Ron Fournier is a Master Maine Guide in Western Maine and the Director of the University of Maine 4-H Camp and Learning Center. He lives with his wife Deirdre and family of 6 in the remote township of Mason, population of 61.
Ron guides black bear hunts, whitetail deer, moose, as well as other species and dedicates his time to connecting people to the outdoors. He also guides fishing and ice fishing, often before or after dark. As a bear guide, he relies on Fenix to get in and out of the woods safely while tracking bears or getting hunters in and out of their stands. This often takes place in rugged remote regions in the White Mountains and Mahoosucs of Maine.
Ron has used Fenix headlamps since he began guiding and refuses to use any other. As a Wilderness First Responder, Ron has had to rely on Fenix to evacuate injured hikers and hunters in several instances. His work takes him to all reaches of Maine and norther New England.
Ron is a Cabela's Prostaff Team member, and is involved with many conservation organizations in Maine and beyond. He writes for several publications and has received the distinction of "International Moose Calling Champion." He has hunted and fished across the US and enjoys hunting Montana, Texas, and of course Maine.