In this episode, I talk with Gina Wiseman of EP Adventures TV (epadventures.com). Gina and her husband Scott, along with the rest of the crew film the EP Adventures TV show.
We talk the show, her introduction to hunting from her husband Scott and now hosting a show. Scott and Gina work with a number of great companies that we talk about. They will be at the Cabela’s in Grandville, MI (cabelas.com) on 4/13/19 from 1 pm – 3 pm discussing Rage Broadheads, giving away a Shooter Buck Turkey target and talking Michigan Spring Turkey Season.
In this episode, I get to talk with Judy Usunier of Big Grass Outfitters. (biggrassoutfitters.com) a bear and waterfowl outfitting service in Manitoba, Canada.
Big Grass Outfitters provides full accommodations for bear and waterfowl hunting. Judy and her husband Tom maintain active baits for spring and fall bear hunts. While there is no guarantee of seeing a color phase black bear, in Manitoba you have a high chance of seeing one.
You can connect with Big Grass Outfitters on Facebook (@biggrassoutfitters), Twitter (@biggrasslady), and on Instagram (@biggrassoutfitters).
Contact on their website on the Contact page or by phone at 204-773-3686 or by email at email@example.com
In this episode, I talk with Dean Trumbley and Kent Michie, hosts of Bushnell’s Trigger Effect TV (triggereffect.tv). The show is on a number of places including The Sportsman channel, My Outdoor TV (myoutdoortv.com) and you can access prior season’s on their website.
We discuss a number of items ranging from how the show came about, Dean and Kent’s outdoor past, and something we are all passionate about which is stopping hunters from attacking other hunters. Dean and Kent made an awesome video about this called Hunting – The Big Picture (Hunting – The Big Picture). It was fantastic to talk with fellow outdoorsmen who believe like I do that without a change in how some hunters feel that they are entitled to put their views onto others, hunting and fishing could be in trouble for future generations.
We also spend time discussing how Dean and Kent run their show and that they do a lot of filming for each other, self-filming and maybe occasionally take a cameraperson with them. This keeps the hunt more intimate without having to have a large number of people go on trips with them.
During their recent trip to the Shot Show (an industry event in Las Vegas), Dean and Kent were able to visit with some of their sponsors to see new products. Dean and Kent made some great videos on Shot Show products including an awesome Savage Model 212 bolt action Turkey gun (https://youtu.be/PtDjaNh1uZI), and if you are a predator hunter, the new Primo’s DogNet call (https://youtu.be/j6fEogVm-NM
I interview James Lipps, the founder of the Facebook page The Camo Brotherhood (@TheCamoBrotherhood). This is a hunting group to celebrate all things hunting and all animals harvested by hunters. There is no ridicule of your animal, your animal is celebrated by all.
We spend time discussing The Camo Brotherhood and the thoughts and philosophy behind the show. Then we discuss the awesome companies that are assisting James and all the other admins and team members. Below is a list of sponsors discussed:
Raxx, INC. – They make an awesome bow holder to display your bow during offseason. Please go to (www.raxxinc.com).
Darton Archery – They manufacture great crossbows that the team members use. Go to www.dartonarchery.comformore information.
In this episode, I talk briefly with my new occasional co-host Huntlee Myrtle. Huntlee is 5 years old and with the help of his mom and dad, started his YouTube channel Huntlee Myrtle Outdoors (Huntlee Myrtle Outdoors). Huntlee can also be found on Facebook at Huntlee Myrtle Outdoors (@Huntleemyrtleoutdoors).
According to Huntlee’s dad Cody Myrtle, this idea took place after Huntlee meet Jimmy Houston when he was 4 years old. Cody said Huntlee is now wanting to help other kids learn to fish and hunt, so Huntlee has launched a charity to bring that to life. You can purchase hats from Huntlee Myrtle Outdoors (HMO) to help raise money. Huntlee has also caught the eye of a few companies that are helping to sponsor his adventures. Huntlee uses Piscifun (Piscifun.com), K&M Bait Co. (Facebook – @KMBAITCO), Wapsie Lure (Wapsielure.com), and Daddy’s Little Hunter books (dlhbooks.com).
In this episode, I talk with Ed Doherty of Unchained Outdoors TV (unchained-outdoors.net). Ed is new to the show and lives and hunts in Pennsylvania. The show is in its second season and is available on the Gen 7 Outdoors website, Roku, Amazon FireTV, Chromecast, and Androidtv. We discuss hunting in Pennsylvania, filming your hunt, Nevin’s Hunting Friends (See episode 067 of my show).
Ed and the crew hunt whitetail, turkey, waterfowl, and anything else local that they have an opportunity to hunt. Please check out the show on the Gen 7 Outdoors Channel (gen7outdoors.com/unchainedoutdoors/), and on Facebook (@unchainedoutdoorstv).
Please contact Ed with any questions on the show, hunting, or any of the episodes via Facebook or by email at or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode, I talk with Scott Wiseman of EP Adventures (www.epadventures.com). Scott and his hunting crew produce a line of quality hunting videos that you can order from their website or at stores in Michigan like Meijer and Jay’s Sporting Goods.
Make sure to check out EP Adventures really active Facebook page (EP Adventures) and their Instagram page (@epadventureshunt).
We discuss hunting in Pennsylvania, filming your hunt, Nevin’s Hunting Friends (See episode 067 of my show).
Justin and the crew hunt whitetail, turkey, waterfowl, and anything else local that they have an opportunity to hunt. Please check out the show on the Gen 7 Outdoors Channel, and on Facebook (@unchainedoutdoorstv).
Please contact Justin with any questions on the show, hunting, or any of the episodes via Facebook or by email at or by email at email@example.com.
In this episode, I talk with Daniel Burns, whose son came up with the idea to start Nevin’s Hunting Friends (http://www.nevinshuntingfriends.com). A group dedicated to getting kids with special needs outdoors. Their mission is simple, “to help those kids that have trouble getting into the woods due to their illness”.
Nevin’s Hunting Friends is a 501c3 charity and can be contacted from their website listed above or by the groups Facebook page (@nevinshuntingfriends). You can view past hunts on the GEN 7 Outdoors TV Channel by clicking here.
If you are a manufacturer of hunting or fishing gear, I would encourage you to look at this special needs group and see if you can provide some gear to help keep these young kids in the outdoors.