Cleve Kidd of Sundre, Alberta has been hunting big game since the age of 16. Cleve moved to Alberta in 1998 to make his hunting dream his profession and has guided in both Alberta and British Columbia for elk, moose, bear, bighorn sheep, stone sheep, mule deer, whitetail deer and predators in the rugged rocky mountains. Cleve does most of his hunting on horseback and was lucky enough to win the trophy buckles in 2008 from A.P.O.S and A.O.A for guiding to the biggest elk taken in Alberta with a rifle. Cleve’s wife and two children spend as much time in the outdoors as possible. At ages 5 and 3, Cassie and Corbin are already practicing their calling, getting ready to go hunting with Mom and Dad.