Driven by immense adoration for the outdoors and unwavering devotion, we are a group of country boys proud to call ourselves ‘Trained Assassins’. Our goal is to share the unforgettable adventures, gained knowledge and extraordinary experiences. You can find a wide variety of hunts on Trained Assassins; anywhere from elk, whitetail deer, mule deer, turkeys, wild hogs and much more. You can always count on the us to bring you an entertaining hunt along with being education and visually stimulating.
Cragg, unlike the other members of Trained Assassins.Tv, did not “grow up” hunting. For Cragg, his passion for the sport of hunting did not come until he was around the age of 18. It wasn’t until he went to college that he would realize everything that hunting had to offer. After having a small dream of producing a successful hunting show, Slade and Cragg began filming their local hunts in Mississippi, quickly they real-ized that filming hunts would be a part of his hunting experience for as long as he con-tinued with the sport.
As any one will tell you Slade lives to hunt. He has been hunting as long as he can remember, and was able to harvest his first deer when he was only a mere 6 years old. Slade strives to be the best bow hunter that he can be by constantly training, shooting, and learning the game that he is hunting. Bottom line is if his bow is in his hand, something is in trouble…
Born and raised in the small town of Felixville, Louisiana, Blake’s childhood was filled with memories spent in the woods. He took my first deer with a bow at the age of ten and haas been captivated by the thrill ever since. To Blake, hunting is not simply a hobby. It is a means for him to connect with the beauty of God’s creation and has shaped him into the God-fearing country boy that he is today.
Ryan was born and raised in Greensburg, Louisiana. Raised to love the outdoors, Ryan learned the thrill of hunting at a very young age from his father. While Ryan loves to hunt whitetails, his true passion is hunting wild turkeys. He won the Louisiana State calling contest at age fourteen and placed in the top five twice in the NWTF grand nationals junior division.