I'm Trevor Haddix. I was born in Omaha, Nebraska but moved to Montana as a young child. Billings area for a bit, then to Miles City. My father was a fisheries biologist with the Montana FWP. During third grade, my dad took a job with the Alaska Fish and Game and we moved up there. Ketchikan, Alaska is where I was raised.
I had so many great opportunities afforded to me when I was growing up. I was able to hunt, fish and trap nearly year round. I was provided my own boat at a very young age and Tackle, gas and ammo seemed to be unlimited. I know now it wasn't free, thanks dad & mom.
I started commercial salmon trolling as a teen in my own boat, then a few years later moved onto the larger commercial boats. I commercial fished all through my high school years.
The fall after graduation, I headed to Montana State University in Bozeman. I planned to study Fish and Wildlife Management. Well, I spent zero time studying and lots of time hunting, fishing, skiing. We can probably guess where this got me. With academic probation looming, I was needing a job and some adventure so I joined the army.
I served nearly 21 years on active duty, fully retiring in 2008. I enjoyed my time in the service and always made the best out of my duty stations. I found myself pursuing the available game and fish wherever I was in the world.
When I retired at Fort Riley, Kansas, my wife and I decided to remain in Kansas until our youngest graduated high school. She is a senior this year.
I work as an aviation electronics technician for an Army Contractor but spend my summers guiding on Fort Peck. My wife and I will permanently reside in the Fort Peck/Glasgow area in 2019.
I am fully licensed with the Montana board of Outfitters; guide#30222