Born and raised in Alberta, Brent Sinclair grew up hunting and trapping in many regions throughout the province.
He began his career in the hunting industry in 1980 and since that time has made guiding and outfitting his full-time occupation.
With my two children, daughter Lindsay and son Tanner he operated a very successful outfitting business as well as booking and personally guiding clients from around the world to nearly every species of big game avaliable in North America.
Brent saw his first mountain lion treed in an old growth fir on the east slopes of the Porcupine Hills in Southern Alberta.
Since that cold January day back in 1980, he has followed many great hounds hunting cats through out the west.
His passion for his hounds and hound hunting remains at the top of all the hunting adventures he has ever participated in.
PORCUPINE CREEK OUTFITTERS Ltd and TROPHY HUNT AMERICA have been a full time outfitting and consulting business since that time.
He has climbed the mountains over looking the Sea of Cortez in Sonora and on Mexico’s Lower Baja Peninsula hunting Desert Big Horn Sheep.
He has rode on komatiks pulled by dog team across the frozen sea ice in search of “Nanook” the Great White Bear of Canada’s Arctic,and watched pronghorn antelope fade into the distant sage and cholla cactus flats on the New Mexico plains.
He has personally been on or had clients hunt all of the areas they represent from Arctic Canada ,the four more Soviet Union to the Andies of Argentina and from the red sands of the Kalahari Desert to the Save Valley along the Zimbabwe / Mozambique border.
He has had the opportunity of being a client of and guiding for many of the most successful outfitters in the business today.
This has allowed him to select top quality areas and the men and women who operate them.
All of the outfitters Brent works with and for, run top quality operations, their operations meet the standards expected by his clients and himself.
He continues to look into new areas and has a very loyal clientele who have traveled many miles hunting a variety of species with him.
The high number of repeat clientele and their success rate has not come easy.
The support from those repeate clients is looked at as his success in the outfitting business.
In 2001 at the Foundation for North American Wild Sheep Convention in Reno, Nevada, Brent received the inaugural G.C.F. Dalziel Outstanding Guide Award from his peers for his years of dedication to the industry and for providing clients with a quality service and making life long memories.
To my son Tanner …..Thank you for all the memories Buck…..not a day passes I do not think about you, your two little girls now fallow your foot steps with me and I will always be here for them…Go Rest High on that Mountain ,Till I see you again…RIP.
To my daughter Linds, your a rock for me when I need you ….love you more than you know.
All my friends, clients and the many guides and outfitters that I have had the pleasure to hunt with and work for ....... THANK YOU
Without you, the career I love so much would not have been possible!