Gail Lynn Olinick

 Gail

 
Born and raised in Eastern Pennsylvania I spent time in the outdoors every chance I got as a child. I would rush home, do homework, go out until supper and then go back out after supper. My grandma would take me fishing in the creek as a child. We would catch minnows in a sack and release them. My dad wasn't a hunter, but in hunting seasons we would go to my uncle’s hunting camp to see what their harvest was and I found that fascinating.
 
I drifted away from the tomboy years and got married, raised two great children into adults, and established a career in Managing Food Safety.
In my second marriage, my husband and best friend, introduced me to fishing and hunting.
 
He's an outdoorsman and we do everything together.  I found that I enjoyed the things he did and I learned to gun hunt, dirt bike, inshore and off shore fish, and ride street bikes.
My passion has become archery and everything it involves; the woods, the wait, the strategy, the harvest. Even though, I'll admit, I am afraid of the dark woods and spiders, my passion is so strong that I am out there every season.
 
not only enjoy the hunt for myself but I love to talk with others about hunting and hope they can experience the outdoors and the thrills that can be achieved from wild game management.