Long Hollow Outdoors  TV

Out with the Old and In with the New

Ryan Fortier

During Ryan's very successful career as a Professional Retriever Trainer and owner of Long Hollow Retrievers he developed the passion, wisdom, understanding, and patience that it takes to train the great Retrievers that complete our team as Waterfowl Hunters.  His love for the process above all, along with his competitive nature and desire to share has led him to the mentoring of other aspiring Dog Trainers and to the production of Long Hollow Outdoors TV.  Before hanging up his whistle from full time Hunt Test and Gun Dog Retriever training Ryan Fortier developed and trained many AKC Junior, Senior and Master Hunter Retrievers including two Master National Qualifiers in "Mac" and "Delta".  Ryan is now the Editor and Producer of Long Hollow Outdoors TV where he spends most his free time behind the camera and helping youngsters find their way as Dog Trainers and Waterfowl Hunters.     

 

Blake Gibson

Blake has brought new life to Long Hollow Retrievers and the adventure that is Long Hollow Outdoors.  This kid's passion for Retrievers, Waterfowl Hunting and everything outdoors is infectious.  He is the youth and energy behind all that we do but this young man is wise beyond his years.   The sky is the limit for Blake Gibson and he is exploring it.  Host of Long Hollow Outdoors, Pro Staff for Pacific Calls, part time Retriever Trainer, Lab Breeder and Professional Fly Fishing Guide on the Yakima River. 

 

Matt Tuttle

Matt Tuttle is carrying on the torch of Professional Retriever Training.  Matt worked for Ryan at Long Hollow Retrievers while he attended Central Washington University.  It was during that time where Matt and Ryan become life long friends and Matt's continually evolving career began.  We can't say enough about this guy.  On top of being the nicest guy you will ever meet, Matt is a true Professional.  He truly emobody's the unspoken bond between Man and Retriever and he is a student of the game. Owner and Head Trainer at Copperwood Kennels "Home of the Hellbent Retriever"  www.copperwoodkennels.com