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Josh Doster
Location: Power Springs, GA
Hunting Specialization: Turkey
Biography:

Josh Doster lives in Powder Springs, Georgia with his lovely wife Katie, son Luke and yellow lab Nelli. He works for a General Contractor as a Project Manager on projects in and around the Atlanta metro area. Josh enjoys spending as much of his free time as possible in the outdoors with family and friends. In the springtime, he can be found chasing gobbling turkeys around the southeast. When summertime comes, his focus changes to fly fishing and time spent on the water. During the fall and winter months, his focus shifts to chasing waterfowl.

Josh grew up fishing with his parents in ponds and lakes in Georgia, Alabama and Florida. Family trips during school breaks were planned in pursuit of the best fishing opportunities. It was during this time that he developed his passion for spending time in God's creation. During college, he discovered the addiction of turkey hunting from his college roommate. He can still remember their setup on a ridgetop where he heard his first turkey gobble. Several years later, he developed an obsession with duck hunting and training his lab Nelli.

Josh enjoys discussing hunting and fishing and wants to pass his enjoyment of the outdoors to others. He looks forward to future days afield when he can share these passions with his young son.

Kyle Switzer
Location: Columbus, GA
Hunting Specialization: Turkey
Biography:

My name is Kyle Switzer, I am 25, and I was born and raised in Columbus, Georgia. I played four years of college baseball and have a four-year Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science where I graduated from William Woods University located in Fulton, Missouri. God, Family, and the outdoors are the three most important things in my life. My love for the outdoors began when my mom married my stepfather who was and is still an avid hunter. I remember shooting my first deer when I was 10, my first duck when I was 15, and my first turkeys when I was 14 like they happened yesterday. When I was 14, my stepdad had taken me on an afternoon hunt on our lease when he called on top of a hill where shortly after, we heard a gobble close by and sat down. Next thing I knew, a big fat red headed gobbler came walking up and I put the bead on him and squeezed the trigger. Little did we know, when we got to the bird, a second gobbler was on the ground dead also which gave me two gobblers in one shot for my first turkeys. After that day, my love for the outdoors was set in stone. To this day, I try to pass along what I have learned in all types of hunting and there is nothing better than being outdoors with friends and family.