Pigman: The Series is the story of Brian “Pigman” Quaca, a true-blue original and a character at the core, given to a rough and tough hunting lifestyle aimed at entertaining the masses with his different take on traditional hunting television. Willing to take a hog by any legal means necessary, the endeavors and travels undertaken by Pigman send him all across the world with a determined sense to change the way people look at outdoor film.
Viewers shouldn’t be confused though; although Pigman’s relentless approach to killing hogs is how he earned his name, it is a simple misnomer that hogs and javelinas are the only animals this man is willing to take down. From whitetails in Kansas to turkeys in New Jersey to red stag in New Zealand, Pig Man is a versatile hunter.
A strange name, an unmistakable voice, and an explosive and energetic on-screen personality have created a dramatic fan following as the “Pig Man” burst onto the scene with a self-confidence capable of revolutionizing outdoor television programming as we know it.
Fresh out of trade school, Brian Quaca quickly gained a reputation as a respectable riflesmith who could turn an average rifle on ranchland into a superior and deadly-accurate weapon capable of stopping any animal in its tracks. As he quickly approached a total rebuild count of 100 guns, his clients were captivated by the high-energy hunts he engaged himself in. It didn’t take long for a few return customers to request the rifle and the riflesmith on their next hunt. Guiding his clients in Texas on these monster hogs he spoke of, they witnessed first-hand the intensity Quaca possessed during his missions to capture or kill pigs at all costs including his own personal injury. It was a man willing to persevere as if each client would make or break him. In the late 90s, these clients and their associates began booking hunts with the man they call “Pig Man”. His days as a part-time used car salesman and part-time riflesmith were quickly drawing to an end. And so the brand and character began to develop into the outdoor personality we know as “Pig Man”