Andy Cacciatori is a guy that loves the outdoors from hunting deer to gunning down waterfowl. His main passion is duck and goose hunting that has earned him a spot on Basin Waterfowl Calls Pro Staff, and an FE for Drake Waterfowl. During the off season he gives back to the outdoors volunteering his time for the California Waterfowl Association putting on Dinners and helping out with youth hunting camps teaching duck calling. Andy is happily married to his wife Randi and enjoys his days off with her riding horses and driving her crazy blowing duck and goose calls in the house. During hunting season you can find him in the hills chasing deer to hunting the marshes in the North Grasslands to Pacific North West for Waterfowl.
For Binoculars I use two different pairs, when hunting varmints or big game in wide open country I use the 10X50 Tetons, in more dense areas when I’m bow hunting I like to use the 8X42 493 Mossy Apex’s, not only are these great for hunting four legged critters, but are also great for guys like myself that like to hunt waterfowl. The Tetons work awesome for looking at geese far away when scouting out a field at distances over 500 yards. Both optics bring in good light at dusk & dawn when it’s needed the most. On my rifle I have the 3X9-42 Apex, looking forward for the new line that is coming out. I use the 742 spotting scope, what I like about it is that it’s not too big for my pack, and yet I can still look out on peaks and ridges and still see animals at far away distances.