Wesley Knoll grew up and resides in the Texas panhandle raising registered angus cattle on the family ranch. With being associated with cattle he knows the importance of predator control. Predators can cause all kinds of havoc on cows calving.
Coyotes about all there is to hunt in his area. He grew up with his dad taking him out all the time to call them in. That was their bonding time. They still enter contests together and have been very blessed to win a few of them.
The winter of 2016 he harvested over 120 coyotes. His weapon of choice is a built 223 ar15 with a Christensen arms carbon fiber barrel topped off with a ird mk2 35mm while spotting with a helmet mounted reap-ir.
When Wesley isn't taking care of cattle or hunting he is doing something to keep him at the top of his hunting game or spending time with his family.
Matthew’s obsession with the outdoors began at a very young age. His grandfather introduced him to hunting and would take him to hunt Prairie Dogs for hours on end in West Texas. Once he was introduced to chasing late evening Coyotes, he was totally hooked.
Due to his upbringing in a West Texas Cattle—raising family, he quickly recognized the importance of effective predator control as a key function of their business. Matthew spends most of the year chasing coyotes in the Texas Panhandle. He has extensive experience with Trijicon, Armasight, & Pulsar Thermal units, and is currently running a Trijicon MK2 35mm on his custom 22 Nosler Coyote rifle. Matthew also runs an XQ50 on his 6.5 Grendel when chasing hogs.
When Matthew is not hunting predators you will catch him at the range banging long-range steel to keep his skills up. His personal best shot on a coyote was at 1234 yards with his 243 Ackley Improved.
Matthew is a resident of Dalhart, Texas as is employed by one of the largest cheese manufactures in the world. He also spends a good amount of his time helping with his family’s farming, ranching and dairy operations. Matthew holds a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from West Texas A&M University.