Join The American Outdoorsman favorite fisherman Mark Tobin as he ventures out to British Columbia to attempt to reel in a variety of different fish, in this full show.
Author and hunter Reggie Baxter is there at the crack of dawn to take down this impressive turkey. First aired on the Outdoor Channel in April of 1999.
Jim Mueller helps clear out some nuisance gators that are chowing down on calves at a Florida livestock ranch.
Mike Stogsdill with some good tips on calling in turkeys and taxidermist Skip Sims, 2-time NWTF Grand National Champion, sharing how to prep that bird in the field to keep it for a lifetime.
Reggie Baxter is in Central Illinois waiting paitently from his tree stand, for a giant white tailed buck to make his way into sight.
We join American Outdoorsman Host Jim Mueller in Hastings, Nebraska, as he looks to take on some of the biggest pheasants in the region.
So you wanna catch the big one? We’ll tell you how. First, you need to know the perfect bait.
Covering both baitcaster and spinning reels – Mark Tobin and Russ Rogers with tricks and tips on how to lube your reel and properly change your line.
The American Outdoorsman heads to our neighbor in the north to reel in the fighting Chinook Salmon with the Oak Bay Marine Group.
Landing a tuna in the open sea will definitely work up a sweat. Our cameraman, Corey Meisenzahl, found this out with Mark Tobin over his shoulder acting as cheerleader. Flying dolphins and some nice underwater video highlights this short segment.