Whitetail SLAM



Follow hunters and biologists as they trace the roots of whitetail in America in pursuit of the Whitetail SLAM.

A Whitetail SLAM is the harvesting of four bucks from the eight recognized whitetail sub-groups found in North America. Few hunters recognize the differences in whitetail deer across the continent and Whitetail SLAM biologists and hunters dive-in to demonstrate these differences as well as tackle the challenges to traveling to hunt whitetails in new habitats with limited time.

Hunters demonstrate tactics and hunting savvy as they travel to the four corners of North America in pursuit of a Whitetail SLAM. Presented by Scoutlook Weather.

Host & Bios

Stan Potts

Stan Potts

Illinois native Stan Potts has hunted for over 40 years, harvesting numerous whitetail, 4 of which are 200-class bucks. He has given hunting seminars all across North America and been the subject of many feature magazine articles, having been documented in the pages of North American Whitetail, Bowhunter, Illinois Game and Fish as well as several other media sources. Stan hunts 100% wild whitetails on public and private property and is well known for his expertise in tree stand placement and patterning big mature bucks. When not in pursuit of whitetails Stan loves hunting elk, moose, grizzlies, mule deer, antelope and turkeys.