Larry Scheetz

I am a 47 year old full-time Executive Director at a local hospital.  I am married to a wonderful woman which allows me to spend many days a year in the woods hassle free.   I have 5 children and already have instilled my passion for hunting in them as well.  I was born and raised in North Eastern Ohio “The Sleeper state for monster Bucks”.  I was fortunate enough to be raised by a great father and grandfather that both had the desire and passion for hunting.

My father introduced me to hunting at a very young age, from pheasant, rabbits, duck/geese and most importantly deer.   Like any good father, I was 5 years old and my dad took me deer hunting with him and let me carry my first daisy bb-gun with me in the woods.   He had shot a deer (at least I realize this at an older age) and when we came up on it, the deer was laying there with its head up.  I will never forget my father telling me to shoot it before he ran away.  I will tell you, I was so excited because I shot my first deer, I couldn’t wait to get home and tell my mom.  Since then deer hunting has been a big part of my life and I hope to make it a big part of all of my kid’s lives.

I filmed my first doe harvest back in 2000 with a Sony handycam (Duct taped to my stand) and a lipstick cam mounted to my baseball cap.  Ever since then I have been addicted to filming my hunts and have wanted to share that excitement with others.  I get as much pleasure and excitement out of filming a good buddy shoot a nice buck as I do from being the hunter shooting the buck.  Hunting is so much about the comradery with good friends/family that share the same passion.   There are so many highs and lows throughout a season and having someone there to share it with, makes it all worth it….