Wyatt Bowles grew up in a small town in central Utah, where he spent every free second he had hunting, fishing, and trapping. He was introduced to the outdoors at a very young age by his father, and hunting has been a passion and serious addiction nearly all his life. If there is one thing that Wyatt is no stranger to, it is hunting world-class animals.
Shortly after graduating high school, and while continuing his education at Southern Utah University, his passion lead him to a career as a hunting guide, where he was able to assist Doyle Moss and the MossBack Outfitters Team in the scouting and harvesting of many world class animals in the Western United States.
Prior to coming aboard the WTA Team, he ran a small application service, where he learned the application processes, odds, and statistics for many of the states that take part in such programs. Through this process, he has been able to assist clients in drawing the necessary tags that ultimately resulted in many record-class animals.
Over the years spending countless days in the field, he has been able to come to the understanding as to that which fascinates him the most, which is finding and looking for, only the biggest animals that each area can produce.
Wyatt is a strong supporter in wildlife conservation, and has served as a committee member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife for many years.
As a guide, Wyatt has thoroughly enjoyed assisting clients fulfill their hunting goals, and having been a part of some of the largest animals the West has produced. He looks forward to assisting in fulfilling those same goals as a hunting and tag application service consultant for Worldwide Trophy Adventures.