Field Staff Profile: Troy Neimann

Troy Neimann is a professional employer, speaker and outdoor enthusiast who resides in Oregon. He has built a career advising small business employee administration while pursuing passions in the outdoors. Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, he has been successful hunting and fishing for big game while sharing techniques with others.  He is a prior President of  the Central Oregon Professionals (PROS) and an active member with Oregon Hunters Association (OHA), Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF), Bend – Redmond Chamber of Commerce and a team leader for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life.

Neimann is an entrepreneur who with his brother created and managed the NW Supercross Series which, hosted hundreds or racers, vendors, sponsors along with thousands of spectators for over ten years. He "co-created" the Public Lands Elk Hunting seminars with author Gary Lewis that has traveled the Northwest with Joe’s, Sportsman’s Warehouse and multiple independent store locations. He recently placed 7th at the RMEF Elk Calling World Championships professional division in Reno, NV. and 3rd in the Oregon State Elk Calling Championships.

Being a veteran, Neimann received his education in Meteorology and Oceanography from the University of Illinois while serving in the US Navy at Chanute Air Force Base. He completed his tour during Desert Storm aboard the battleship USS New Jersey (BB-62) and received multiple awards and commendations. He returned to Central Oregon where he graduated Firefighter and Paramedic school while working for the Bend Fire Dept.

Troy Neimann lives in Central Oregon with his wife of 19 years and their three children. You can find Troy with his family, friends and partners out most weekends enjoying the Lord's creation "Pursuing The Outdoors".
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Field Journals by Troy Neimann

  • “Whew” – what a year! This season started off with a shot first thing opening morning. Zack and I headed to one of our favorite places where early season scounting revealed lots of elk activity (tracks, dry wallows, droppings, rubs, worn beds, etc.). Zack and […]

    Best and Worst of Northwest Archery Elk

    “Whew” – what a year! This season started off with a shot first thing opening morning. Zack and I headed to one of our favorite places where early season scounting revealed lots of elk activity (tracks, dry wallows, droppings, rubs, worn beds, etc.). Zack and […]

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  • While traveling to Alabama for business, I had the opportunity to break away and fish Lake Martin with good friend Brian Smith and Jim Perimore (local bass guide). Since Brian had spent time with us out West, he wanted to treat me to southern Striper Bass fishing. Once […]

    Stripers – Southern Style

    While traveling to Alabama for business, I had the opportunity to break away and fish Lake Martin with good friend Brian Smith and Jim Perimore (local bass guide). Since Brian had spent time with us out West, he wanted to treat me to southern Striper Bass fishing. Once […]

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  • Pursue The Outdoors had the opportunity to travel  South for this season’s first elk seminar coupled with a Northern wild pig hunt. The Fishers of Men organization invited us to Redding, Ca. for a chance to conduct the Northwest Elk Academy. Thanks to a close friend, we were able to […]

    Wild Boar In California

    Pursue The Outdoors had the opportunity to travel  South for this season’s first elk seminar coupled with a Northern wild pig hunt. The Fishers of Men organization invited us to Redding, Ca. for a chance to conduct the Northwest Elk Academy. Thanks to a close friend, we were able to […]

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  • The weekend weather report called for high pressure with clear skies and temperatures in the mid 70′s. From there we looked up the forecasted ocean data come to find that NOAA was calling for 3-4ft.  swells coupled with light and variable wind. Realizing these conditions […]

    Oregon Halibut 09′

    The weekend weather report called for high pressure with clear skies and temperatures in the mid 70′s. From there we looked up the forecasted ocean data come to find that NOAA was calling for 3-4ft.  swells coupled with light and variable wind. Realizing these conditions […]

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  • The time of year has arrived when salmon fisherman anticipate fresh Spring Chinook. Heavy snow melt begins to drain into the Columbia River basin while the weather constantly threatens rain, snow, sleet, hail and sunshine. Fisherman clean their favorite gear and prepare their boats for what promises to be another banner year! […]

    Springer Fever

    The time of year has arrived when salmon fisherman anticipate fresh Spring Chinook. Heavy snow melt begins to drain into the Columbia River basin while the weather constantly threatens rain, snow, sleet, hail and sunshine. Fisherman clean their favorite gear and prepare their boats for what promises to be another banner year! […]

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  • “TGIF” came as we prepared the kids for another day of Sage Rat hunting with a little trout fishing in the afternoon. The weather had been moderate with rain showers over the past week so we were doing a little sunshine dance hoping for light wind with […]

    Easter Combo

    “TGIF” came as we prepared the kids for another day of Sage Rat hunting with a little trout fishing in the afternoon. The weather had been moderate with rain showers over the past week so we were doing a little sunshine dance hoping for light wind with […]

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  • Spring weather systems are pushing through raising river levels allowing late winter steelhead to push upstream. If you get the chance, get out and experience some late winter chrome! My buddy Todd and I got a final chance to take Andrew his son on a coastal steelhead […]

    Steelhead Wrap Up 2009

    Spring weather systems are pushing through raising river levels allowing late winter steelhead to push upstream. If you get the chance, get out and experience some late winter chrome! My buddy Todd and I got a final chance to take Andrew his son on a coastal steelhead […]

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  • The time of year has arrived when mother nature teases us offering a few warm days causing sage rats to venture out for a little field play. Once out of hibernation their metabolism starts to increase causing them to become active allowing  hunters great shooting practice. ”Prarie dogs” as some call them can cause a guy to shoot hundreds […]

    Sage Rats 2009

    The time of year has arrived when mother nature teases us offering a few warm days causing sage rats to venture out for a little field play. Once out of hibernation their metabolism starts to increase causing them to become active allowing  hunters great shooting practice. ”Prarie dogs” as some call them can cause a guy to shoot hundreds […]

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  • You guessed it - the weather’s cold, snow’s on the ground, rabbits are running for their lives and coyotes are waiting for desperate crys of distress. My brother packs his gear, calls, Foxpro and favorite weapon each year for an opportunity to predator hunt with his long time friend […]

    Oregon Coyote 2009

    You guessed it - the weather’s cold, snow’s on the ground, rabbits are running for their lives and coyotes are waiting for desperate crys of distress. My brother packs his gear, calls, Foxpro and favorite weapon each year for an opportunity to predator hunt with his long time friend […]

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