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Dan L. Moultrie

Position, Hunting Industry

Pradco Outdoor Brands

HQ Phone:  (800) 648-2059

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Pradco Outdoor Brands

2600 Corporate Drive, Suite 250

Birmingham, Alabama,35242

United States

Company Description

PRADCO Outdoor Brands (POB), a division of EBSCO Industries Inc., is the largest company in the world that manufactures and markets major hunting and fishing brands and products under one parent organization. We are a leader in producing game calls, scents, at...more

Background Information

Employment History


Summerfield LLC

Alabama Department of Conservation


Moultrie Feeders


USAmeriBank Inc

Board Member





POB Hunt



bachelor's degree


Auburn University


Business Administration

Auburn University

Web References(127 Total References)

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Dan Moultrie - Moultrie Feeders & Game Cameras
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Dan Moultrie, founder of Moultrie Feeders and Game Cameras, agrees saying that nothing is more fulfilling to him as a hunter than having the opportunity to pass the love for the sport down to his children.
In fact, Moultrie is so zealous about hunting, conservation and land management that he built his life around these passions and has raised his children to embrace them as well. "Hunting is my true passion, and I'm fortunate to get to share that with my children," Moultrie said. No longer kids, Moultrie's son, Daniel, 18, and daughter, Ashley, 24, are following in their father's footsteps by building their careers and lives around their love for the outdoors. "My daughter is pursuing her passion for the outdoors by working in the hunting industry for PRADCO Outdoor Brands," Moultrie said. Since Moultrie is in the hunting business, his children grew up with hunting being a big focus in their family from day one, but he didn't actually take his kids hunting with him until they were 9 or 10-years -old. Moultrie intentionally waited until his children were a bit older to take them afield because he'd seen too many young children get burned out before they ever had the opportunity to develop a love for hunting and the outdoors. He noticed that many avid hunters were taking their kids into the woods at very young ages, and some of those kids were developing a distaste for hunting because they were simply too young to enjoy it. In other situations, parents were starting their kids out on trophy hunts for the biggest animals they could find, leaving the kids feeling as if they had nothing else to achieve once they'd taken these huge animals. Moultrie didn't want either of these scenarios for his kids. Moultrie started his children off hunting small game in non-pressured environments. He began by taking them on dove and quail hunts and then moved on to deer and other big-game hunting as they got older. His biggest goal was to ensure they had fun, so they'd develop a desire to continue hunting throughout their lives. "The No. 1 problem I see with some parents who take their children hunting is they are way too serious," Moultrie said. "Their main goal is to take an animal - not to make sure that their young child has fun. These parents stress silence and success, but neither is realistic when you're hunting with little ones." Moultrie says rather than shushing a child who asks questions and gets a little noisy during a hunt, a parent should encourage the child to ask questions and use the opportunity to teach them about the outdoors. "Having to sit still and quietly isn't fun for anyone, much less a young child," Moultrie said. Moultrie made sure that the excitement of the hunt didn't end the moment after they made the kill. He made it last for days. As Moultrie's children got older and became more proficient at shooting, the type of hunts he took them on became more challenging. Memorable Bear Hunt Moultrie said his most memorable hunt with his daughter was for black bear in New Mexico. "Ashely was 12-years-old when I took her on that hunt," Moultrie said. While such memories are priceless, Moultrie says the lessons his children learned from their hunting experiences are valuable as well. "From day one, they've known the joy involved with owning land, but they also have learned the importance of stewardship for that property and the wildlife on it," Moultrie said. "I explained to them at a young age that just as we take care of our bird dogs, we must also take care of the deer and other wildlife on the property because they are under our care." Moultrie taught his kids if they want the ultimate game-management place, they need to be the ultimate keepers by ensuring the property is a place where animals can find adequate and abundant food and shelter. He taught his children that the best hunting and fishing locations do not happen by accident. A lot of hard work, planning and game management is involved. "In fact, we developed many of our cameras, feeders and other hunting-related items out of necessity. We needed the best equipment in order to take care of our property. If we couldnt' find what we needed, we'd create it." Moultrie says when he looks back, he knows that the time he spent hunting with his children and teaching them conservation has helped provide them with a balanced lifestyle. Keep in touch with Moultrie, join our fans and interact with our team.

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