Big Deer TV

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JUNE 28 WED - 8:30AM
JUNE 28 WED - 7:00PM
JUNE 30 FRI - 1:30PM
JULY 1 SAT - 12:00AM
JULY 2 SUN - 2:30PM
JULY 5 WED - 8:30AM
RUT RENDEZVOUS 1
Like moths to flame, Mike Hanback and friends are drawn to the Red Hills of Oklahoma for the November rut. Trijicon's Chuck Wahr encounters a big buck in shifting winds and Mike hits the ground with Scott Sanderford of Croton Creek Outfitters.
JULY 5 WED - 7:00PM
RUT RENDEZVOUS 2
The first annual Big Deer Rut Rendezvous drives on from Croton Creek, Oklahoma. Mike and Chuck Wahr have tagged out after epic hunts and now, Remington's Jordan Davis and Sportsman Channel's Graig Hale take the stand.

About

Everything that is good, genuine and honest in the deer-hunting world–that is what Big Deer TV is all about. Veteran hunter Mike Hanback travels to all corners of North America in search of big, mature bucks. Viewers can expect heart-pounding action on every fair-chase hunt. And you’ll learn a lot from Mike’s insight into big bucks and the advanced tactics he uses to hunt them. The show focuses primarily on hunting whitetail deer, with a couple of hunts for giant mule deer each season. But BIG DEER TV is not all about big racks. Mike Hanback is known and respected by millions of American hunters as a regular, down-to-earth guy who appreciates all that deer country has to offer – the beautiful scenery and camaraderie of hunting with friends, old and new

Host & Bios

Mike Hanback

Mike Hanback

Mike was born and raised in Virginia and started hunting with his dad when he was 6 years old. He graduated with honors in English from Carson-Newman University in Tennessee.

Mike’s first outdoor job was with the NRA’s American Hunter magazine. He worked there for 10 years, during which time he hunted all over North America and wrote about it.

Mike has shot 15 species of big game–all the deer, elk, bears, wild sheep, caribou and even one wolf. But his passion has always been BIG DEER, especially whitetails. He hunts for bucks in 8 to 10 states and a couple of Canadian provinces each year.

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