“The Lindsey Way” chronicles the endeavors of father and son team, David and Jeff Lindsey, as they share their way of life, passion, and stories. The Lindsey’s are lifting the curtain on their family’s meticulous approach to hunting trophy whitetails and big game. Whether shed hunting, planting food plots, hanging tree stands, or chasing giant whitetails, the Lindsey family works tirelessly as they hunt and manage their own lands in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, and Georgia. As they raise a new generation of hunters, the Lindseys pass this unparalleled appreciation for the outdoors onto their children.
The Lindsey Way has teamed with Heartland Bowhunter to deliver a first-class series with superior production value. Through spectacular cinematography, creative story-telling, and a little humor along the way, The Lindseys are excited to show you, “The Lindsey Way.”
David Lindsey is no stranger to harvesting big bucks on film. He has been blessed to harvest 3 bucks over 200”, all in front of a camera. He was a Drury Outdoors team member for 8 years and teamed with Jeff to compete on Dream Season for 4 of those years. He loves managing his ground for whitetails year round and is always trying to improve their habitat. David lives in southern Iowa on their family farm with his wife Wanda and are enjoying the country life, farming, running his home building company and spending time with his 4 grand kids.
Growing up in the South, Jeff learned early in life that hunting is an important part of his heritage. It gave him a chance to combine some of his favorite things: family, friends, and nature. Jeff got his start filming turkey hunts in the spring as a teenager and later spent 8 years with Drury Outdoors, 4 of those years on the award winning TV show “Dream Season”. These roots spawned Jeff’s desire to do more than just have a camera in the tree to capture the hunts. He wanted to document the stories behind the bucks and show his family’s lifestyle that revolves around God, family and whitetails. Jeff now resides in southern Iowa with his wife, Ashley, and son, Cash. They also own a construction and real estate business which keeps them busy throughout the year.