My Saturday Marathon Dad’s Got Game

June 16th 5P ET to 8P ET

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Join Sportsman Channel for My Saturday Marathon Dad’s Got Game on Saturday, June 16th.

Celebrate Father’s Day with the Drury boys. We’ve got 3 hours of programming dedicated to all the fathers out there!

Catch all the action My Saturday Marathon Dad’s Got Game and check the line-up below.

All Times Eastern*

Dawn of a New Season – Phase One – 5PM

Phase one marks the start of a new whitetail season in the Midwest, and a hot spell threatens any chances of success. But the Drurys have a solution for everything, and Taylor Drury’s prayers are about to be answered as she hunts “The Prayer Buck”.

Best Lull Ever – Phase Three – 5:30PM

It’s the dreaded October Lull and Terry Drury is experiencing just that on his Missouri farm. Over in Iowa, both Taylor and Mark Drury come face-to-face with two of the largest bucks they’ve ever encountered, Danger and Superstar.

Locked Down With Nowhere To Go – Phase Seven – 6PM

Matt and Taylor Drury aren’t scared of lockdown, especially with the Winchester firearms in hand. Matt heads to Terry’s Missouri farm and ends up tagging his first buck of the season. All while Taylor’s after a Missouri shooter of her own.

The Future is Green – Phase Ten – 6:30PM

Matt Drury joins Terry Drury on the Illinois lease with the Traditions muzzleloader ready to go and three shooters in mind. Mark Drury heads back to Texas to see if he can’t continue his Lone Star streak.

Send a Front This Way – Phase Eleven – 7PM

There will be no wait for this front. Mark experiences rain and cool temperatures in Texas, resulting in the harvest of the largest buck on the ranch. Terry Drury struggles on his Missouri Farm. And special guest Tom Gallagher joins in the action.

Time for the Grand Finale – Phase Thirteen – 7:30PM

This is the final phase of the season. Terry Drury decides to spend New Year’s hunting with his grandson and good friend, Matt Drury gives his Missouri lease one last try, while Mark and Taylor try to close out the season in Drury style.