As the popular TV hosts of Outdoor Channel’s top-rated, award-winning Crush with Lee & Tiffany, Lee and Tiffany Lakosky have blazed a trail within the outdoor industry proving that hard work, perseverance, dedication and skill can accomplish anything. Together with their son, Cameron Lee Lakosky, their Labrador Retrievers, Tanker & Mattie May and a revolving roster of family and friends, the duo have figured out the formula for crushing some of the biggest game there is.
In an incredibly short amount of time, Lee and Tiffany Lakosky have become two of the hottest outdoor celebrities in the country. Their meteoric rise is due in part to a combination of magazine-cover looks, pro-staffer hunting skills, and a tireless work ethic and devotion to their fan base. The duo's skills and popularity have led to appearances in dozens of high-profile publications and a full schedule of celebrity and trade events.
Their joint success in the outdoor industry can also be attributed to an infectious, obvious love for what they do. "We absolutely love our time in the woods," explains Tiffany. "It's something that we do day after day. If we are not practicing with our bows, we are managing food plots, scouting for good stand set-ups and just spending time outdoors together."
The duo met in Minnesota as teenagers but didn't realize their joint affinity for the outdoors, and for each other, until both were attending college. When they first started dating, Lee was working in an archery shop and Tiffany started to take an interest in the sport and worked on perfecting her shooting mechanics. The rest, as they say, is history.
When not gracing the covers of countless catalogs, producing compelling outdoor television or writing articles for leading publications and websites, the Minneapolis-raised, Iowa-residing couple manage their farm for world-class whitetails. Lee and Tiffany bring to Outdoor Channel a combination of youthful energy and the uncanny ability to bring down monster bucks.
As Lee sums up their success: "We want to take the viewers along with us, to experience the highs and lows and the laughs and the tears that we all know are part of hunting."