Myrtle Beach is not only a vacation destination to millions but is also the basecamp for the Longshot TV hunting series. The team came together with not only a passion for the outdoors but a passion to capture their whitetail hunting experiences along the way. The Longshot TV crew will keep you on the edge of your seat with adventure and excitement as each chapter unfolds. These guys may live at the beach and spend half their time on the water but also love the adventure of chasing whitetail deer.
Adam Cumbo grew up in rural North Carolina and at a young age was introduced to fishing and hunting by his dad. His love for the outdoors grew over the years and he picked up a camera for the first time in 2009 and has been filming his outdoor adventures ever since. He graduated Full Sail University with a Bachelor’s degree in Digital Cinematography and is a career firefighter with the Wilmington Fire Department and spends his days away from work filming, editing and producing the adventures of Longshot TV.
Living in the coastal region has allowed Wade Long the opportunity to grow up in the outdoors fishing and hunting. Born and raised near the Myrtle Beach area, the Long family is a third-generation commercial fishing enterprise. At a young age, Wade followed the family tradition into the Atlantic with commercial fishing and enjoys filming his fishing and hunting adventures. Wade spends his winter months in Ohio hunting and guiding hunters at his outfitting business, Tall Tine Outfitters.
At an early age, Chris Kiser got his start in the outdoors with brothers and father in the Knoxville, Tennessee area. After finishing college, he moved to Myrtle Beach and met up with a group of friends that also had the same passion as him, sharing the outdoors through the lens of a camera. Along with his love for the outdoors, Chris also owns and manages Retreat Myrtle Beach, a vacation rental company in North Myrtle Beach. He continues to hunt, fish and film with his friends and family from across multiple states throughout the year.