What is Sentry?
At Sentry Outfitters we asked ourself; how do we represent the challenges and experiences we face as First Responders, Service Personnel and Veterans without causing adverse emotional reactions? Our logo was painstakingly designed encompassing specific elements and the symbolism behind them.
Our aim is to improve the quality of life of individuals managing mental and physical challenges.
Mentoring youth and young adults who have yet to experience outdoor activities and lifestyles.
Constantly learning new skillsets. Become more proficient at providing a memorable outdoor experience.
Provide an enjoyable, fun, relaxing, judgement free outdoor adventure.
Connect with and become immersed in the natural environment, distraction free.
Offer professional, instruction on various outdoor skillsets related to angling, bushcraft and hunting.
We pledge to respect all Federal, Local and Municipal acts, laws and policies.
We acknowledge the ethical, moral and values associated with wildlife conservation, preservation and harvest.
We pride ourselves on our integrity and professionalism
supporting those involved in our activities and outings.
Alan Stortts, President; Angler, Guide, Hunter, Nuisance Wildlife Operator, Trapper and Veteran.
Originally from Nova Scotia, I joined the the Canadian Forces in 2002 and served for approx. 17 years. Of those 17 years; 4.5 years Royal Canadian Navy as a Marine Engineering Mechanic, sailing with the West Coast Fleet. HMCS Winnipeg (FFH 338) and HMCS Ottawa (FFH341). Releasing in 2006 to pursue other career options.
In 2008 I re-enlisted. This time choosing the Royal Canadian Airforce, Aircraft Structures Technician. After tech school I was posted to CFB Shearwater (12 AMS, 423 Sqn and 406 MOTS). to fill out the remaining 13 years of service, retiring in December 2020.