Host & Bios
Jeff Danker co-owns BVO, and acts as President of the company. He also co-owns Major League Bowhunter. He grew up in Chandler, Oklahoma, on a small horse ranch. Jeff’s first hunting memories are coon hunting at age four with his father, Eldon. The outdoors became his life from that point on.
Jeff’s very first deer was harvested with a Bear Archery bow when he was 14 years old, and his love for hunting began evolving into a passion. Jeff’s love of all things outdoors is monumental, but following Christ in all his endeavors is most important of all.
Brandon Adams co-hosts BVO, and is the editor/producer for BVO and Major League Bowhunter. He grew up farming, and playing sports in school in central Oklahoma. Being outdoors trapping, noodling, fishing, and hunting was a year round pastime for Brandon as a child. The joy of outdoor sporting led him to pursue a career in outdoor television.
After being accepted to BVO’s Pro Staff in 2006, Brandon began filming Jeff Danker full-time in 2008. Aside from filming many great bucks hitting the ground, he also has put a few of his own in the truck. These include a 192″ KS muzzleloader buck in 2009, and a 170″ KS bow buck in 2013.
Daniel McVay co-hosts BVO, and is acting land manager for BVO and Major League Bowhunter. He grew up in West Virginia, and was hunting with his father by age four. At age seven, Daniel was hunting deer and squirrel on his own with an old single shot 410. His first deer was taken when he was seven, and the obsession with hunting began at age 10 when he harvested his first buck.
Taking his love for hunting to a new level, Daniel started guiding hunts in Montana. This led him to guiding in Illinois. He joined the BVO prostaff after guiding Jeff on an elk hunt, and discovering they shared common interests. Daniel’s priorities are God, family, and hunting; in that order.
Brandon Danker co-hosts BVO, and is a field producer for Major League Bowhunter. He also co-owns a roofing company with his father, Eldon. He grew up with his older brother, Jeff, in Chandler, Oklahoma.
Brandon’s talent as a horseman was evident at an early age, and he is still actively team roping in rodeos when he isn’t hunting. Hunting is second nature to him as it is with most men in his family, and he will sit through a snow storm in Kansas just for the pure joy of being out in the elements to hunt whitetail bucks.