The Outfitters Built by Ford F-Series


AUGUST 20 SUN - 10:00AM
The Moose Bay Co. in Minnesota's Northern Lakes offer unspoiled woods and waters with plenty of fishing opportunities.
AUGUST 22 TUE - 3:00PM
AUGUST 25 FRI - 11:30PM
Fred hits Northern California's Shamrock Ranch with bow in hand seeking a mature tule elk.


Fred Eichler and Conway Bowman are two expert sportsmen on a mission to find North America’s top hunting and fishing outfitters. The professionals creating unforgettable adventures and helping others bag that trophy of a lifetime. Each week, Fred or Conway hits the road in an F-series truck in search of the hardest working men and women in the outdoors.

Host & Bios

Fred Eichler

Fred Eichler

Fred’s owner of Fulldraw Outfitters.  When he is not guiding hunters he splits his time between wildlife photography, freelance writing and trapping.  He is the Traditional Editor for Bowhunter Magazine and his articles and photos have appeared in Predator Nation Magazine, Muley Crazy,  Bowhunter, Bowhunting World, North American Hunter, Buckmasters, Traditional Bowhunter and many other magazines.

He was the first person to harvest all of the 29 North American species recognized by Pope and Young with a recurve bow.  He is the host of Easton Bowhunting TV and Predator Nation on the Sportsman’s Channel.  He resides in Aguilar, Colorado with his wife Michele, their three boys, eleven hounds,  a golden retriever, a chocolate Lab, Ten horses, twenty chickens, fifteen cows, one goat and an ugly cat.

Conway Bowman

Conway Bowman

Conway Bowman’s name is synonymous with “extreme” fly fishing. For Conway, home base is San Diego, where he guides for blue water species on the fly – most notably killer mako sharks

He is the TV host of “ Fly-Fishing the World”  and “ The Outfitters” on Sportsman Channel. Conway is also the author of “The Orvis Guide to beginning saltwater fly fishing.” Bowman has traveled the world in search of Atlantic salmon, wild trout, redfish, bonefish, and tarpon.  He currently holds the IGFA world record for redfish:  41.65, caught on the fly.