Roger Corry attended and graduated from Keosauqua High School in 1978. Being raised on a farm, Roger was taught all he needed to know about the farming industry. He also learned quickly how to do repairs to the homestead and barns and soon found himself being called for small construction work. Roger was soon finding out that being outdoors was more than just than just a job. At the age of 20, when deer season was over, Roger needed something else to fill up the winter months, so he began coyote hunting with dogs. Roger found the need to spend countless hours with his dogs, to train them to be the best they could be. He raised, trained, sold and traded many hounds over the years and today he has 8 great hounds in his pack which he considers an extension of his family. Today Roger runs a small outfitting business which he started 2005 with his good friend Steve Fall. He continues to farm along with field tiling and in the winter months you can often find Roger in the early morning hours hunting or running those hounds in the great Iowa outdoors.