My resume says that I am Jim Renaud, guide/outfitter. Do not be fooled by that. I am really Redfrog, predator nemesis. Contrary to popular belief, coyotes and wolves are not part of the food chain. They are part of a conspiracy to get my sorry butt dragged all over the countryside, at ungodly hours and in any kind of weather. Predator hunting is not a matter of life or death, it's much more important than that. Oh I could quit any time, no really, I'm not addicted. I've just decided that I'll wait until I'm dead to quit.
I've hunted for over 50 years. As far back as I can remember I've hunted. I feel sometimes that I was born hunting. Now I make a living doing the thing that has been a lifelong passion. I have hunted across Canada and in the U.S. I’ve even spent time in Africa calling predators.
I don't think there is a type of hunting that I don't enjoy. I hunt birds with my dogs. I've hunted rabbits, coons and bears with hounds. I've climbed to what seemed to be the top of the world for sheep and goats. I've hunted on snowshoes in 5 feet of snow for moose. Nothing compares to lying on the prairie with hand calls, having 3 or 4 coyotes come from a mile away on the dead run, or a pack of wolves that comes in with the confidence of a predator at the top of the food chain, only to realize their error when they are 30 yards away. Yep, I could do this all day.
Give me a call and I’ll show you what I’m talking about.