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".
Troy Neimann

Field Journals by Troy Neimann

  • Well… another year arrived that proved to be a great run! For those who love to fish for spring salmon – let this journal refresh your memories. As always we conduct a couple “shake down cruises” to make sure the boat was safe and ready for the water. The season arrived with urgency […]

    Springer Season 2008

    Well… another year arrived that proved to be a great run! For those who love to fish for spring salmon – let this journal refresh your memories. As always we conduct a couple “shake down cruises” to make sure the boat was safe and ready for the water. The season arrived with urgency […]

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  • Once again fall was in the air and adrenalin began to flow as rifle elk season drew near. I’d stayed up all night packing to make sure I had not missed any items. This was the time of year when weather can do crazy things so I knew we needed […]

    Two Man Elk Drive

    Once again fall was in the air and adrenalin began to flow as rifle elk season drew near. I’d stayed up all night packing to make sure I had not missed any items. This was the time of year when weather can do crazy things so I knew we needed […]

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