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A natural hunter, I’ve harvested several trophies and live to be in the woods. Bow hunting is my passion but I love many outdoor activities that give me an opportunity to spend time in God’s awesome creation, whether it’s fishing, camping or hiking. I don’t know anytime that I feel closer to our Creator than when I am in the outdoors.
Steve Noble is a born and raised product of Michigan. Growing up stomping around in the timber of Michigan, and throwing lines in the Great Lakes has paved the way for this passionate outdoorsman. There are three things that Steve recalls about his young hunting career that seems to have “ignited” the fire. “On one evening when I was 10 years old my Dad put a recurve bow in my hand, one wooden arrow with a field tip, and he sat me on a stump on the edge of the timber he was hunting”, on this hunt a mature doe came out and crept within 5 yards of his makeshift ground blind. “The doe spotted me, I froze, I tried so hard not to move…but every time she stomped her foot I rose about 6 inches off of my seat in fear”, recalled Steve. There was no fear of any animal being shot on that hunt, but Steve sure felt like he was hunting, and that was pretty impressionable on him. That experience in addition to hundreds of other outdoor adventures has created a Monster. Steve is a passionate bow hunter that has harvested several animals that include whitetail deer, black bear, and turkey in the states of Michigan and Illinois, with multiple animals qualifying for the pope and young record books. Steve is also an avid fly fisherman in pursuit of big brown trout that inhabit the streams of Michigan.
Born and raised in Deckerville, Michigan and having known forever that I wanted to make my living and live in this rural community my whole life. Growing up, the outdoors was a huge part of my life and I can’t imagine what my life would be without it! I was taught most of my knowledge about the outdoors from my grandfather, father and uncle at an early age and use that valuable information not only while in the outdoors, but also in life everyday! Family is the most important thing in my life, and being able to pass on lessons learned over time back to my children is what drives my passion for life and the great outdoors!