Anton is a Professional Outdoorsman, Master Trapper, Master Scuba Diver, and is passionate about helping people become more comfortable and knowledgeable with the outdoors much in the way our forefathers were. A former soldier and combat veteran, he has practiced and polished his outdoor and survival skills from the Arabian Gulf in Summer to Alpine Winters in Europe.
The skills needed to effectively coexist with the outdoor world are being lost to time. Knowledge of these skills and their placement in a historical context allows us to both better appreciate the outdoor world the Lord has created and allows us to become more self-sufficient and confident when placed in outdoor situations which are often challenging and stressful.
A Graduate of the Trappers College run jointly by the Fur Takers of America and Purdue University, Anton also teaches and certifies new trappers for the State of New Hampshire as a volunteer instructor, is an instructor for youth outdoor skills, and previously was a hunter education instructor.
Anton is based out of Manchester, NH where he also resides with his wife Magdalena and their two children and is a Parishioner of St. Stanislaus Church (FSSP) in Nashua, NH.