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New World Record Non-Typical Coues’ Deer in Arizona
New World Record Non-Typical Coues’ Deer The cat is out of the bag that Arizona keeps producing more and more World Record Coues’ Deerthan any other place you can hunt them. Yes Mexico has a lot of big bucks and more “untouched” country to hunt them but if you want to shoot a world record […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting Backpack Review winter 2018
Hunting Backpack Review 2018 Well the results are in: My team and I ran these bags through the ringer on all different types of hunts just to name a few Blacktail in California in July, Early Muleys in AZ in Aug, Oregon Roosies in Sept, High country muleys in UT in Sept ,  Coues deer […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting Life Adventures
HuntingLife was built to be a world class source for hunting and conservation news, hunting gear reviews, hunting podcasts, Pro staff journal, hunting resources and a fair chase outfitter directory for hunting outfitters, guides, waterfowl guides, wingshooting lodges and self guided hunts.http://www.huntinglife.com','channel_aliasType: Channel
The Bear Whisperer
Blaine Anthony began his outdoor television career seven years ago on The Sportsman Channel. Before diving into the world of outdoor television entertainment, Blaine made his living in the outdoors as a Registered Maine Guide. Blaine provided all-inclusive bear hunts to hunters from around the world for seven years. In that time, he acquired intimate knowledge on the elusive black bear and the world of hunting by traveling the world to ensure hands on experience with all types of bears from many regions. Many of Blaine’s customers touted his uncanny connection with the bears and his endless entertaining stories of bear encounters. At the advice of many customers, friends, and industry professionals, Blaine took his adventures to outdoor television. As host of The Bear Whisperer television show, Blaine travels throughout North America in search of the most dangerous and misunderstood big game animals. The Bear Whisperer aims to not only entertain viewers with upbeat and exciting hunts with Blaine’s quirky appearance and upbeat attitude, but also educate them on all that pertains to conserving and protecting the future of the bears. Blending excitement with education, and working with the most knowledgeable and credible experts in North America, sets The Bear Whisperer apart from any other hunting show on television.You may recognize Blaine as the host of North American Safari, airing on The Sportsman Channel in its seventeenth season. Throughout the years, viewers have enjoyed his quirky “rock star” image, exciting adventures, modern style, and visually pleasing approach to hunting television. Blaine also owns and runs Nature Productions, a full production company that currently puts out some of the industry’s top outdoor television shows.The son of a military man, Blaine moved around the world throughout his childhood. As a young man, he settled in the Washington, D.C. area and started his career. The never-ending draw to the outdoors eventually brought him to central Maine, where he and his family still make their home today.The nickname “Bear Whisperer” was coined to Blaine back in the year 1999. He always had a connection and understanding with bears without ever loosing the respect of the awesome predator. Considered to be one of the only “true” bear conservationist employing real conservation methods such as tagging, tracking and maybe the most important conservation efforts of all hunting, Blaine brings a real life, no holds barred show to millions every weekType: Channel
UD Outdoors
An outdoor web show promoting the spread of hunting, fishing, and conservation through their young prostaff. The UD prostaff works to provide viewers with informational and entertaining outdoor episodes every month, so stay tuned!Type: Channel
Youth Conservation Hunt
Co-Hosts Kent Michie/Dean Trumbley are joined again by Jason Bellows of Westside Stores on this central Alberta duck and Canada goose shoot with Fowl Play Outfitters. The boys are joined by four youth hunters who had the hunt purchased at a Wild Sheep Foundation of Alberta fundraising dinner by local Sportsman Den owner Dale Malin. The Trigger Effect team lets the boys jump first and let me tell yah those young lads didn't leave much flying for Dean, Jason or Kent. Youth hunting and safety are the focus of this episode so don't miss it.Type: Channel TV Show