Justin Fox


  • DOB: 10/13/1990
  • Height :5'10"
  • Hometown: Chino Hills, CA
  • Residence: Bryan, TX
  • Gun: Perazzi MX 2000
  • Ammunition: Bornaghi Star
  • Glasses: Oakley
  • Ear Plugs: Foam
  • Dominant Hand: R
  • Dominant Eye: R
  • Coach: Dan Carlisle/Jay Braccini
  • Years Shooting: 13
  • Profession: Pest Management
  • Company: Animal Pest Management
  • Title: Supervisor
  • Years on Pro Tour: 3


  • 2012, 2011 All American Junior Team Captain
  • 3x Team USA member
  • 9x All American Team Member
  • 2011 National Jr Five-Stand Champion
  • 2011 US Open Five Stand, Prelim Champion
  • 2011 Texas State Five Stand, Prelim Champion
  • 2010 Gold Medal in JR 5 Stand
  • Gold Medal in Team Event
  • Silver Medal in JR Prelim
  • Bronze in 5 Stand
  • Bronze in JR FITASC at World English Sporting Clay Championship in Lakenheath, England
  • 2010 Jr Five-Stand World Champion
  • 2009 US Open Jr Champion


  • Perazzi
  • Pure Gold Chokes
  • Castellani Shooting Vest
  • Animal Pest Management

Justin is 23 years old and lives in Bryan, Texas. He currently attends Blinn Community College and will graduate this June. He started hunting at the age of 4 when his dad took him on an antelope hunt in Wyoming. He fueled the passion for shooting and the love of the outdoors. Growing up he played baseball, soccer and basketball, but eventually drifted away from these mainstream sports and started going hunting with his dad more.

He has been blessed to have had the opportunity to hunt all over the world with his dad and harvest some world class trophies including multiple Boone and Crocket and Pope and Young record book animals. With this he was named the 2008 Youth Hunter of the Year by Safari Club International.

When he was 8 years old, his dad booked a lesson with Dan Carlisle, just before dove season opened. This introduced him to the Sporting Clays world and he was hooked from the start. Dan introduced him to Jay Braccini to take lessons from on a regular basis and he shot with Dan when he visited every few months. He quickly excelled to the top of the competition and soon earned his spot as Team Captain of the Sub-Jr All American Team. With the love and support of his family, He has been able to travel all over the world and succeed at the largest tournaments in the world.