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Into The Snow
By Budget Outdoors TV
Last year I completed the most difficult public land elk hunt. Montana had record snowfall during the elk opener in 2020 and what came to be one of the coolest hunts I’ve ever been on. Watch the ups and downs of this difficult, snowy, and elk filled public land hunt.
Idaho Bighorn Sheep Hunt
By Running Water Media
We follow Julie Chapman of Graveyard Hunt Club into the Idaho backcountry on a Bighorn Sheep Hunt of a lifetime. Julie purchased the Governor’s tag for Idaho at the 2020 Wild Sheep Foundation Show in Reno, NV.
Oregon spring bear hunt.
By High Cascade Outdoors
High country spring bear hunt in the Oregon mountain ranges.
Starting out the year vs finishing the year and looking back to figure out what it was you were truly searching for. It’s not always meat.
It Lives under the Hydrilla
By Omar Avila
Hunting giant alligators in Florida with a crossbow!
By Stan Bush
A young family works in one of the most challenging environments on Earth to do something that might be impossible – change the negative stigmas attached to hunting.
The Washakie Wilderness is a rugged environment that repels many who try to conquer it. An expanse teeming with the wildlife that defines life out West. But in Wyoming protecting that treasure relies almost entirely on hunting.
Hunting Wyoming reveals the reality of this way of life and how there is more that unites us than sets us apart. – produced & directed by Stan Bush of Go North Productions LLC
The Wind & The Wolves
By Jesse Bone
Throughout North America, a hunter’s first buck often represents a right of passage — for many, it is a modern coming of age story. The passing of knowledge from generation to generation, securing food for the table and embarking on the life-long path of being a hunter.
In “The Wind and the Wolves” we follow Matt Ward’s passage through this age-old tradition under the guidance of seasoned mountain guide and outfitter Ben Stourac. In the Fraser Canyon of British Columbia, Matt grapples at odds with the elements that so often conspire against us, the patience needed, the weather, and the Mule deer that call these mountains home.