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Robbie Richey Bio



Tooling Technician with Bosch
Family Members:
Rene (Wife)

Honea Path, SC

Favorite Outdoor Activity:
Whitetail hunting with my kids and friends

Favorite Places to go:
Surfside Beach, SC (several times every year)

Alberta, CA (only been once in my life)

All-time Outdoor Highlight:
1)my first bow kill many years ago  2) my oldest son's first deer  3) my daughter's first deer  (no particular order)

Best Fishing Memory:
Bass tournament in February several years ago. My fishing partner and I caught approximately 60-70 fish that day. We weighed in about 18 lbs. of fish and between all the other 13 boats there were only 3 fish caught that day. We released probably 30 fish at the landing in front of all the other anglers.

Favorite Fishing Technique:
Hand grabbing catfish

Favorite Place to shop for Outdoor gear:
Bass Pro Shops when I do buy something (hardly ever) 

Favorite Equipment (Guns, Boats, Reels, Tents, Atvs, Clothing, etc.):
Remington 7mm STW rifle, Matthews bow, meat processing equipment, and the deep freezer.

Favorite Wild Game Food:
fried fish of any sort, kabobs made of wild turkey breast and whitetail backstraps are a close second though

Item in First Aid Kit you use most:
I don't have one. I just try to be careful.

Person most responsible for cultivating your love for the outdoors:
Without any hesitation, I must say my daddy, Robert Earl Richey Sr. He showed me the correct way to whack 'em and stack 'em from the get go. I'm now having to break some of those habits since Quality Deer Management came along.

Favorite Scripture:
Which one. That's hard to decide! (Proverbs 3:5-6) Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and he will make your paths straight.

(Hebrews 13: 8) Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.

Any spiritual lessons you have learned on outdoor events:
I have all these plans to be available, to serve, and help someone else in their time of need, but God shows me different. My lesson learned is just let God be in control and stay out of His way. God always finds something in my life that needs changing or working on.

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