take you into their lifestyle of hunting.

What some might consider hardships, actually define the hunter. The late nights of preparation and adrenaline filled sleeplessness on the eve of opening day. Rising long before the sun to enter a cold dark world of uncertain success. The long hours of walking, scouting and preparation in the dog days of summer. All without a moments doubt of whether it’s worth it, but with the enthusiasm of a lifetime of Christmas mornings. The weight of the stand and days of exhaustion will be long forgotten when the memory of a child’s first deer or an old timers last, continue to live, engraved in our minds, urging us on to the next adventure. The culture of the hunter isn’t new, it just has a new name, Antler Insanity.


   
Kenneth Lancaster, a native of Lake Providence, Louisiana, has an
exceptional reputation in the hunting industry. Kenneth's background
in archery and his work as a guide, videographer, and hunter, have
enhanced his popularity as a devoted outdoorsman.

Kenneth's respect for the great outdoors began as a child, having a
father who was a trapper and hunter, and a grandfather who was a
commercial fisherman on the Mississippi River. At an early age
Kenneth developed a love for archery, shot in 3D tournaments, and
worked in a local archery shop.

Kenneth's background includes nine years with Primos Hunting
Calls. Kenneth's passion for hunting continues through his work with
Michael Waddell's Bone Collector, and with Antler Insanity. Kenneth
has hunted elk, whitetail deer, mule deer, moose, woodland caribou,
barren ground caribou, black bear, waterfowl, and all species of
turkey.


   
   
   
Chris Race grew up in Illinois but moved to Florida to play college
basketball. He thought that his hunting opportunities would be
diminished, but soon found out that would not be the case with
hogs, deer, turkeys and gators on the menu.

Although South Florida is not known for trophy deer, Chris has
been blessed to have taken some of the largest deer on record
in the area.

Chris has hunted all over North America and has come to realize
there are few things he would rather be doing than sitting in a tree
stand with a bow. He cherishes the sport of hunting and everything
that goes along with it.

   
Jeremy Atkins is 33 years old and is the owner and founder of Big&J
Industries. The only thing more important to him than hunting is the
love for his family. Which was taught to him by his Mother Ann Atkins and
Father Jerry Atkins. He is married to Michelle Atkins and has 3
beautiful children Aidyn, Emery, and Ellcie. His passion for the outdoors
 was instilled in him by his father at the age of 3. While Jeremy has had
the opportunity to hunt and harvest many different big game species
his true passion is Whitetail Deer and Mule Deer.

Do to his passion for deer Jeremy and his good friends started mixing
and formulating different minerals and grain products to form what is
now known as BB2. What was once just a wild dream in 2009 has now
become a growing company in the outdoor industry...
Big&J Long Range Attractants.


   
Tim Redding was born in Rochester, NY. His quest for big racked game
 led him to the Midwest where he now lives in Mid-Michigan. He is passing
 his love for the outdoors down to his children Shea (daughter) and
Brennen (son). Tim has hunted all over North America chasing
whitetails, exotics, elk, moose, hogs, and gators. Tim is a veteran MLB
pitcher and has even pitched over seas in South Korea. He has pitched
for the Astros, Padres, Nationals, Mets & Yankees. He is entering his
14th professional season. "Although pitching in front of 30,000+
 fans is exhilarating, there is no better rush of adrenalin than the feeling
I get when I'm in a tree overlooking big bucks! Pure Insanity"
   
Jason Burden, Is a lifelong resident of Western Kentucky where he has
 pursued everything from squirrel to whitetails.  Jason has traveled the
country coon hunting and chasing other game.  Jason Thanks his “Papaw”
 for his inspiration and success in the outdoors.  Jason is married to Ashley
and they have three children, two sons and a daughter, 11, 3 and 2 and
 their 11 year old already has the Insanity bad. Jason looks forward to
many years in the woods with his family.
   
Justin Adkisson grew up in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, where his
love of hunting Elk, Mule Deer, Antelope was also born. He started
guiding for his father at the age of 13 years old and has continued
ever since. Justin has had the priviedge to guide for the Hill Ranch
of Colorado as well as clients in Colorado and Oklahoma, such as
Primos, Eastmans, Texas Trophy Hunters, Cameron Hanes, and
Dale Earnhardt Jr. In the last 10 years, Justin also has taken his own
trophies, including a Bighorn Sheep with his bow which has been the
highlight of his hunting career.


Justin and his wife Mary own and operate Western Legacy Outfitters, Inc
and reside in Southwest Colorado. They have three beautiful girls, 4 years
old and under, who have been practicing their shooting skills preparing for
 the day they can go hunting with their daddy. Justin also enjoys team
 roping and high country pack trips.
   
  Travis is A life long resident of the mountains of Western North Carolina
where he grew up tagging along his grandfathers coat tail in search of all
 species of wildlife . It didn't take Travis long to figure out that he had a
loving desire to be in the outdoors. It was at the young age of 14 when
Travis began to experiment with video cameras and the filming of hunts
with his close friends. Although he does get that heart pounding, chest
pumping, body shaking feeling when being the taker of the animal this is
not something that leaves him when he steps behind the camera . He has
the same amount of enjoyment capturing that special moment for others
as he does being the one in that special moment . He is now 25 years old
and a fulltime firefighter of 6 years which he desires his job just as much
as he does the outdoors . This being said you might find him in blacked
out smoke condictions at a fire , or 25 feet up a tree waiting on that that
 certain animal to take one more step either way you could
say he is Insane .
   
Born and raised in Western North Carolina, 31 year old Casey Woody is a
self-taught hunter that found his true passion at a young age.  Upon
 graduating NC State with a Fisheries and Wildlife degree in 2005, he
began pursuing his dream of chasing trophy whitetails.  For the past 9
years, he has worked the early season as a professional hunting guide for
Seven J Outfitters in Wyoming.  He also guides in Southern Iowa and
 Northern Missouri with J&S Trophy Hunts during the rut.  Over the years
 working as a guide, he has met many of the industry professionals and
began filming 5 years ago.  Filming has literally led him around the world
on various hunting adventures since then.  He also produces and edits
 outdoor video and was the Executive Producer of this past years Ironman
 Bowfishing on Sportsmans Channel.  While his primary passion is archery
 whitetails, he loves pursuing elk, antelope, mule deer, bear, and pretty
much any critter that can legally be chased, especially with a bow. 
 
 
 

     


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