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Eastman's Hunting TV is the only go-to source for do-it-yourself, fair chase, wilderness backcountry and western big game hunting. With over 60 years and three generations of experience, you'll be sure to gain the knowledge you need to successfully hunt trophy animals in the western United States. Join Mike, Guy and Ike Eastman as they teach you how to hunt and field judge trophy-class, western big game. The Eastmans' tradition began in 1956 with Gordon Eastman. Gordon was a true pioneer in adventure hunting and outdoor wildlife cinematography. His first project was in the wilds of Alaska. He was also among the first to ever film in the North Country, and built such a solid reputation that Walt Disney himself hired Gordon to film outdoor productions in the 1960s.Today Mike, Guy and Ike carry on Gordon's legacy by producing the industry-leading publications of Eastmans' Hunting and Bowhunting Journals in combination with the award-winning Eastmans' Hunting TV show that airs 52 weeks a year and showcases fair chase rifle and bow hunts on all western big game.
Heading to the mountains with bowhunter Dan PIckar as the Wyoming spring thaw sets in; Pickar goes after a black bear freshly emerged from its den, but he'll have to avoid local grizzly bears to get the job done.
Eastmans' Bowhunting Journal hunt winner Mike Roduner searches for the right bull with the help of Guy and Mike Eastman; they find no shortage of trophy bulls on their hunt, from a drop-tine trophy to a big 7x8 bull.
Bowhunter Jake Popp heads to the Missouri Breaks with bow in hand for a once-in-a-lifetime bighorn sheep hunt. Eastmans' bowhunter Dan Pickar is behind the camera to capture the action when Popp arrows a Montana trophy ram.
Take to the oakbrush country of southern Colorado with Guy Eastman as he hunts for a trophy mule deer buck. Eastman is aiming to take a Boone and Crockett typical deer on this hunt. A close encounter with a monster nontypical.
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