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From the beginning, Heartland Bowhunter was founded with one guiding principle…quality. No matter the service, product or production, quality was going to be the baseline for everything embarked upon. Heartland Bowhunter documents the adventures of the team as they bowhunt all over the Midwest for anything from whitetail deer to Canada geese. Join the team throughout Season 6 for some incredible bow hunts from Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois, South Dakota, and North Dakota.
Once again, the season has begun early for the guys. Shawn and Nate travel to Utah to hunt velvet Mule Deer. They will be roughing it as they struggle to hike into the high country on this backpack, mountain hunt.
Mike is on his way to hunt mule deer but receives a phone call that the elk are rutting in New Mexico. He takes a detour to elk country to chase screaming bulls.
Shawn has spent a lot of time in the sandhills of Western Nebraska. He is very familiar with hunting at Deer Meadows. He's also familiar with the mule deer that roam these baron hills.
Rex drives to Eastern Wyoming to hunt with good friend Lloyd Pruett on the Buckhorn Ridge Ranch. After some struggles, he takes his hunting tactics from the treestand to the ground in hope to get a mature whitetail in range.
Skyler and his dad have never hunted Wyoming together. Bowhunting the Solitude ranch is a fitting destination to hunt as a family.
Trent is bowhunting his home state of Kansas in hopes of arrowing his one target buck, Mufasa, a true buck of a lifetime. Trent hopes to take advantage of early season cold fronts to catch up with this Kansas Monarch.
Mike is hunting the rut in Wyoming on the Solitude Ranch located in the Black Hills in hopes of arrowing a mature buck.
Nate Flynn begins his whitetail season in North Dakota. After struggling to get a shot at a mature buck, he packs his bags and heads home to Missouri to find that his season turns around on the flip of a switch.
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