Keith Lake

Wildlife Biologist

Raised in Buda, Texas, Keith began hunting with his father at the age of 6. Growing up and through college, Keith hunted for whitetail deer, turkey and quail in West Texas near Ozona. He attained his Wildlife Biology degree from Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos (now Texas State University). While attending college, Keith interned for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department at the Kerr Wildlife Management Area for two summers. During that time, he also guided whitetail deer hunts on two South Texas ranches. Keith has been employed as the Wildlife Biologist on the Flying A Ranch since January 2001. Keith enjoys scouting and judging whitetail deer via trail cameras, and out of blinds. He also enjoys the challenge of looking for shed antlers in the spring and identifying which buck the sheds belong to.

Brent Trussell

Assistant Wildlife Biologist/Cattleman

Born and raised in Pflugerville, Texas, Brent has been hunting since the age of 6. The love of hunting and the outdoors aspired Brent to get his degree in Wildlife Biology from Southwest Texas State University. During his college career, Brent participated in the fall 2002 intern program here at the Flying A Ranch. After graduating, Brent guided whitetail hunts for two seasons at the Brasada Ranch in Brady, Texas. Brent started as a full time Assistant Wildlife Biologist/Cattleman at the Flying A Ranch in May 2006. He enjoys guiding whitetail hunts and overseeing the cattle.

Trey Reagan

Equipment Manager/Hunting Guide

Trey was raised in Goliad, Texas and has been hunting since he was 8 years old.  Hunting Whitetail deer, Bobwhite quail, and Morning dove with his father in Goliad County provided Trey the desire to pursue a degree from Texas A&M University. He graduated with a major in Wildlife Ecology and Management and a minor in Rangeland Ecology and Management. After graduation he interned at the Flying A Ranch during the summer and fall of 2006. Trey learned about exotic and native deer, spent time guiding hunts and was responsible for completing various ranch maintenance projects. Following his internship he was hired as a full time ranch employee where he helps with the cattle and guiding as well as duties as equipment manager. Trey finds the work challenging, loves the outdoors and enjoys guiding hunters during the fall.

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