The Crew

Founders, Heath Seiner & Jerrod Stewart 


Thank you for stopping by and checking out Hunt Redi, the dream of two buddies, Heath Seiner and Jerrod Stewart. Since grade school, we've been chasing game throughout the hardwoods, prairies, streams and lakes all over Polk County Missouri and beyond. The excitement that comes from joining your lifelong hunting buddy on a passion project is simply hard to put into words. We're looking forward to what this next adventure holds!

Annual hunting trips were the catalyst to pursue Reliable Equipment Driving Inspiration (REDI) in the uplands as we struggled with the lack of truly innovative gear available to us as passionate upland hunters. After years of research, gaining key partnerships, and a lot of field testing, we launched our line of upland gear at Pheasant Fest 2020 in Minneapolis. We're sincerely thankful just to have the opportunity and support from our families, it simply wouldn't have been possible without them. 

Since our launch, we've been taken back by the outpouring of support from family, friends (new and old), and the upland hunting community. To all our customers...THANK YOU...for believing in us and our gear, we're stoked to be part of your upland journey! While you're here, check out our gear, read our stories, and we'll see you in the field. Until then, keep following the hunter with the longest nose! 

 Heath & Jerrod 



How did you get into hunting? 

Hunting is a family tradition that goes back many generations. I was born and raised in Polk County Missouri, becoming the fourth generation on our family farm. From the start, my great-grandma packed me into the uplands as a toddler checking trap lines and from her shadows I was taught various aspects of small game hunting.

As my passion for hunting grew, I began to pursue bigger game and joined my dad and grandpa in the cult-like aspects of opening morning deer season. My uncle took me on my first wild turkey hunt and the back/forth dance of talking with a big gobbler had me hooked. My grandpa took me on my first out of state hunt in Wyoming to chase pronghorns and became an annual tradition until his health no longer allowed. My daughter, named after my great-grandma, has now joined me on the hunt and carrying on the legacy to the next generation. 

What’s your favorite type of hunting?

This is tough. If I could only choose one, it would be hunting with a dog...and I would pick a versatile breed allowing me to upland, waterfowl, and blood I think that keeps most options open!!! 

Do you have a bird dog?

I have a Brittany and a Drahthaar. Stash, my Britt, is my first bird dog...what a ride! He’s been my go to for upland and waterfowl for years. #brittgrit I got my drahthaar pup, Tig, in the fall of 2019. Crazy “out of the box” abilities, extremely biddable, and wicked smart. After his rookie season, I’m stoked to see what he’ll do in the coming years. #fearthebeard

What’s your weapon of choice?

I currently use a Browning Citori 725 12 gauge in the uplands and A5 in the blind. I like the ability to swap chokes and have found both guns to just work.

I pack Savage rifles for big game, varmints, etc as I’ve found the accuracy-to-dollar to be extremely impressive. Won’t win beauty awards but haven’t let me down.

I currently use a Pearson Pride bow that I’ve stuck with for many years due to its sentimental value. However, technology has progressed SO much that I have been researching an upgrade during the recent COVID-19 quarantine. 

What’s your favorite non-hunting activity?

I love the mountains. 


How did you get into hunting? 

For as long as I can remember, hunting has been a part of our family’s DNA.  It started early on, with deer camp at my grandpa’s farm with my dad, uncles, and cousins.  I spent numerous hours with a grandma who was an avid outdoor enthusiast that could hunt and fish with the best of them.  Being in the outdoors and experiencing the beauty and thrill had me hooked. It’s an experience that I’m excited to share with my children.

What’s your favorite type of hunting?

I enjoy all types of hunting, but always make time to chase birds.  It’s always fun watching good dog work and covering ground. Also, the shenanigans that often ensue when hunting with buddies adds to the overall enjoyment.   

Do you have a bird dog?

I have three bird dogs that are training me.  5 year old black lab named Chief, an almost 1 year old yellow lab named Preacher, and a 5 month old german shorthaired pointer named Hondo.  Chief is best suited next to me in the duck blind. Preacher is in his first season chasing birds and flushed and retrieved his first wild pheasant at 6 months.  Hondo is my introduction into pointing breeds and loving every minute of it.   

What’s your weapon of choice?

Anything that I shoot well.  Currently for me that’s a CZ bobwhite g2, Browning A5 and Remington 1100.

What’s your favorite non-hunting activity?

Anything outdoors with my family and friends.  

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