Country Boys Outdoors

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SEPTEMBER 27 WED - 12:00PM
SEPTEMBER 28 THU - 6:30AM
SEPTEMBER 30 SAT - 11:30AM
OCTOBER 2 MON - 12:00AM
MEXICO MULE DEER MADNESS
Down in Mexico with good friend and fellow hunter Bill Gorman, as well as a few of his boys from Indiana, Brad Miller is gunning for his first ever Mexican Mule Deer. The hunt for the elusive Ciervo Mulo is trickier than it seems.

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SEPTEMBER 25 MON - 12:00AM
BUCKET LIST BULLS AND BOWS
It's a Bucket list kind of hunt for Brad Miller this week as we find the Country Boys Outdoors gang in the deep forest of Denali trying to get a Bull Moose down with a bow. But, with bad weather and muddy terrain, this might prove a little tricky.

About

Even after the glitz and glam of being an NBA superstar, Brad has stayed true to his roots as a small town Indiana country boy. Now with multiple hunting farms and properties, Brad has the resources to live out his dream of hunting, fishing, and enjoying the great outdoors.

With your support, Brad will be taking fans of Country Boys Outdoors on outdoor experiences they’ll never forget. Throw down your guard and see what it’s like to live the lifestyle of true Country Boys.

Host & Bios

Brad Miller

Brad Miller

Brad Miller was born on April 12, 1976 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He rose to basketball stardom playing for Purdue. Shortly after finishing his college career, Brad joined the US national team in the 1998 FIBA World Championship, winning the Bronze medal.

After playing for three months in Italy, Brad began his NBA career with the Charlotte Hornets as a free agent. After two seasons with the Hornets, he was signed to the Chicago Bulls. In 2002, Brad moved back home when he was traded to the Indiana Pacers where Brad made the NBA All-Star team for the first time. In 2003, the Pacers made a deal with the Kings and Brad moved out west to Sacramento.

In 2009, he returned to Chicago when he was traded to the Bulls. After one season with the Bulls, Brad signed a 3-year contract with the Houston Rockets, but was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves during the 2011 NBA Draft. In 2012, Brad sunk his last 3-pointer before retiring from the NBA altogether.

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