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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
Downeast Gun Works
Tips and tricks for cleaning your firearms properly, and general maintenance of your guns. Other tips include hunting, fly fishing, fly tying, and other related outdoor topics.Type: Channel
Trigger Effect
Dean Trumbley and Kent Michie come from families who for many generations have pursued hunting and fishing as a way of life. As a result both Dean and Kent have spent their entire lives working in the various fields in the outdoor sector. Dean pursued a career as a professional biologist and dabbled in big game guiding, whereas Kent did the opposite working as a professional guide and dabbled in biology. As life time friends Dean and Kent have hunted and fished all over North America and beyond pursing their passion. Leaving behind their biology and guiding, Dean and Kent embarked on a dream to create a hunting and fishing TV show that reflects their experience, passion and knowledge gained over their many years. They wear experience in their faces but the fire to hunt/fish hard and share their adventures with millions is young at heart. Whether it is their rifles, shotguns, bows, reels, black powder or crossbows their quarry will feel the EFFECT of when the boys pull that TRIGGER!Type: Channel
Team KnockOut doors
Team KnockOut became a reality in the fall of 2010. Hunting is our passion here at Team KnockOut and we wanted to share our encounters and exciting journeys throughout the year with the world! We did not get started to become famous,or to make money, we just wanted create a show that a blue collar hunter can relate to and have fun in the process! We may not have monster bucks, but to us they are all trophies! There are no fences here, we are 100% FAIR CHASE! So follow along on our journeys and we hope everyone enjoys them!Type: Channel
Accessible Outdoors
Accessible Outdoors is a hunting and fishing show that shows people with disabilities how they can get out and enjoy hunting and fishing just like anyone else can.Some of the things you will see in my show are big and small game hunting, fresh water and saltwater fishing and demonstrations of different assistive devices to make your hunting and fishing experiences more enjoyable such as game retrieval robots.Type: Channel
Monster Trophy Whitetail TV
Dr. Jimmy Steger was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama where he started quail hunting with his father Jim Steger Sr. at the age of 6. Down south, especially in Alabama, when hunting season comes around you do one of two things, either go hunting or watch Alabama Football on TV, if you’re not at the game. Watching his father raise and train English Setter Bird Dogs was all he knew about hunting until the age of 10.My dad started me out with a single shot 410 and would give me 12 shells. He said the limit is 12 birds son so make every shot count. I learned very quickly to be a good shot and not waste any. One day I was Quail Hunting with my dad and saw a nice buck come out on the edge of a soybean field. I told my dad, “That’s a good buck.” He said, "You’re right son."We kept on hunting and as time went by over the next few years we kept jumping these bucks while we were quail hunting. I thought, that is so awesome, I would like to get into deer hunting. Well my dad was a true quail hunter and always taught me from the very beginning that real men quail hunted and that was all he did. Every Saturday morning during the quail season we were in the woods hunting quail with our trusted English Setter Bird Dogs and believe me, I loved it, and still do. I will always raise and train my English Pointers which is what I started buying and raising on my own at the age of 12. I prefer the pointer breed only because down in the south, the cuckle burs are really bad and those are hard on the Setter’s feet and under their legs. Besides, after each hunt I had to help my dad clean, cut, and brush those cuckle burs out. That gets old real quick.At the age of 15, I got with some of my school buddies and started taking them quail hunting and they would take me deer and turkey hunting. They wanted to go quail hunting and I wanted to go whitetail hunting. I shot my first buck at 16 years of age; he was a nice 8 pointer running along side a cornfield at 150 yards away. I’ll never forget because my friend and I were walking down this field when he came out on the other side. I looked at my friend and bet him I could take him in one shot running. He said, "No way!" Well, remember that I felt pretty confident about shooting anything that moved fast. After all, quail hunting is not for slow people and that was what I was raised doing. So I shot the deer in the front shoulder and he went down on the spot. My friend looked at me and could not believe it. After that shot, it was over, I was hooked on whitetail hunting and from that point on, I have been hunting whitetail deer all over country seeking only the largest of its kind.That was the driving force behind me starting Monster Trophy Whitetails, a TV show which is truly dedicated to the hardcorewhitetail hunters in the country. I have paid my dues by spending countless hours in trees, wood bottoms laying in deer bedding areas, and crawling through swamp bottoms trying to find the biggest deer in the country. And guess what, I now have them on my walls. I have killed probably more 200" Whitetails deer than most people will ever see live on hoof.Well, that is just what this show is about, hunting Monster Trophy Whitetail deer. I want you to experience just what I have been experiencing for the past 30 years. We have have found some of the best pieces of property that have big bucks on them and this is where we will film our hunts for the upcoming 2012/13 season. We are constantly searching for the biggest bucks so we can bring you the best whitetail hunting found throughout the country on national TV. So sit back and get ready, Monster Trophy Whitetails Season 5 is coming at ya!Keep Hunting those Big Bucks!Dr. Jimmy StegerType: Channel
SENIOR MOMENTS OUTDOORS
a very senior, long time bowhunter who is TOTALLY consumed with bowhunting primarily whitetail deer. in 2006 i started filming my bowhunts with a cameraman and after a few of these bowhunts i started filming myself. very, very tough to do and i have messed up MANY times but i have also had some success. i hope you enjoy my videos. thanks!!Type: Channel
Critter Done Outdoors
Critter Done is here to show the average hunter how to do hunts on a low budget, Educate them and help them be more successful threw our videos. Come join our Elite Pro-Staff on hunting adventures across the great U.S.A.Type: Channel
Haastyle Hunting TV
Here at Haastyle Hunting, it is not an obsession or passion for the outdoors, it is a way of life. Not only do we believe strongly in protecting our rights as people of the outdoors, but giving back to our community is a main focus as well. Whether it is through support for local clubs, businesses, or various charity events, we feel it is equally important.Type: Channel
Real Outdoor Adventures, The Survival & Outdoor Network
Real Outdoor Adventures, survival & Outdoor Network. Bringing you all things outdoors. We have grown, expanded and taking on new things. ROATV now hosts on three platforms in addition to THC. Our survival videos are exclusive to our own platform but here you will find hunting and fishing and who knows what else. Visit our website for more info.Type: Channel
Our World
Rough Creek Productions was started by 3 friends in 2007. Filming is something we have always done, now we are sharing our experiences with others. We are devoted parents and husbands enjoying the skills that God gave us. Our World is not about just us 3, it is about sharing the outdoors and God's love with so many other people.Type: Channel
Chest Thumper Outdoors
A TV show that covers all aspects of the outdoors from hunting to golf and much more.Type: Channel
Savage Outdoors: Turkey Hunting World Championship
Watch as Mike and Jamie chase long beard in Texas at the Clay County Turkey Hunting World Championship!Type: Channel TV Show
Bobcat Hunting
Bobcat Hunting Mac & Prowler embark on a Bobcat Hunt.Type: Channel TV Show
Hunting and Shooting the Mosin Nagant Rifle
One of our most popular videos. Dustin covers the WWII Mosin Nagant Bolt action, a favorite military surplus hunting rifle.Type: Channel TV Show
Hunting with the SKS Rifle
One of the iconic rifles from the past. Dustin covers the SKS rifle and how to best set it up for hunting.Type: Channel TV Show
My Grandson's first Deer
In this video veteran outdoor broadcaster Mike Avery is behind the camera for his grandson Trent's first deer hunt. Trent is using a Darton Serpent crossbow (dartonarchery.com) to harvest a curious Michigan buck. Avery says of all the hunts he's been involved in, this is the most rewarding.Type: Channel TV Show
Just One More Step....
In this episode of the Outdoor Magazine television show host Mike Avery is bowhunting in Kansas with Ed Barton of B and C Kansas Hunts (bandckansashunts.com). Avery heads out in early November for what should be a very productive rut hunt, but unseasonably warm weather slows things down. He goes back to Kansas in December and is joined by Pat McKenna of Ameristep (ameristep.com). Pat takes a beautiful 8pt with his gun, then Mike heads back to the bow blind. This time the bucks are very active and Avery sees several nice animals....including one beautiful drop tine that needs to take just one more step to present a shot.Type: Channel TV Show
Trophy Ontario Bear Hunt
This week Avery is bear hunting with Pete Jones of Superior Bear Outfitters near White River Ontario (superiorbearoutfitters.com). Mike has hunted here several times and taken some nice animals, but this time his goal is to take a trophy animal of three hundred pounds or bigger. Avery starts out hunting one of his favorite baits and has a close encounter with a wolf. That spot didn't produce any bears though so he was forced to try some new baits before connecting with the big bear he was hoping for. We also get to see a couple of new bear hunters take their first animal on this trip. This show is from the final season of Mike Avery's Outdoor Magazine television (OutdoorMagazine.tv).Type: Channel TV Show
Trophy Ontario Bear Hunt
This week Avery is bear hunting with Pete Jones of Superior Bear Outfitters near White River Ontario (superiorbearoutfitters.com). Mike has hunted here several times and taken some nice animals, but this time his goal is to take a trophy animal of three hundred pounds or bigger. Avery starts out hunting one of his favorite baits and has a close encounter with a wolf. That spot didn't produce any bears though so he was forced to try some new baits before connecting with the big bear he was hoping for. We also get to see a couple of new bear hunters take their first animal on this trip. This show is from the final season of Mike Avery's Outdoor Magazine television (OutdoorMagazine.tv).Type: Channel TV Show
Heartland Bowhunter S5E7 - Traveler
With October coming to an end, the guys are spending a lot of time in the tree all over the mid west waiting for the rut to break loose. Join Mike and Rex in the tree during that magic time!Type: Channel TV Show
Bear baiting in Maine
Maine is one of the few places that allows hunters to place baits for bear hunting. This is a short clip from a trail camera showing a sow and her cub visiting a bait site prior to hunting season. A true sportsman does NOT hunt a sow with a cub, and passes on a shot like this for more suitable game later.Type: Channel TV Show
Disassemble a Browning BAR hunting rifle
Take apart your favorite Browning hunting rifle for a thorough cleaning. Shows you in detail what to remove, but most importantly, what NOT to remove.Type: Channel TV Show
Disassemble a Franchi AL 48 shotgun
Take apart your fine Italian shotgun. Tips for keeping it clean and out in the field hunting for more years to come.Type: Channel TV Show
Scout scopes on your lever action rifles
Col Jeff Cooper developed the idea of a scout rifle. His idea was a low magnification mounted forward of the receiver on a fast handling lever action hunting gun. The scout mounted scope would be a fast handling hunting tool that allows you to shoot with both eyes open and be able to see the target as well as having a scope to assist the hunter in making accurate hits. A conventional mounted scope blocks the hunter's peripheral vision and makes it more difficult to track your target in the hunting woods.Type: Channel TV Show