What does it mean to be all out? We here at Team All Out think that it means never cut corners! Do everything within your abilities to increase your percentage for success. If you can increase your success by 1% just by changing one thing then you should do it. No details too small, it can be anything from scent control, equipment, stand setup to something as important as location.
Team All Out started on a cold and frosty morning in November. Andy and I were in the goose field setting up for the morning hunt when he asked “How many decoys you want me to put out?” My response to him was “Put ‘em ALL OUT!” Through out the morning we began to think of all the little details that we go above and beyond constantly thinking of ways to increase our chances of success. At that moment we realized that those 2 words “All Out” would best describe everything that Team All Out is about. Our philosophy is if you are capable of increasing your odds by one percent you should do it, no detail is too small. From scent control, equipment, stand set up and location we try not to overlook anything and never cut corners. If something works we need to know why and if something doesn’t work we defiantly need to know why not. Not to mention just because it worked once doesn’t mean that it will work again. We are constantly researching and brainstorming to strive and stay 1 step ahead of the game.
Kids are a big part of Team All Out and we take pride in teaching respect to the youth of today. Respect, in our opinion is the foundation for not only a successful hunt, but in life as well. We try to teach them the right way to hunt and enjoy the outdoors, Team All Out kids are always encouraged to help with all aspects of the hunt and that a good work ethic is always the key to success.