Hunt. Fish. Feed., a unique outreach program created by Sportsman Channel, taps into an underutilized food source – game meat and fish – to feed those struggling with hunger across America. Sportsman Channel and its partners are on a mission to help end hunger, promoting an alternative solution with the help of local media outlets in the cities we serve.
In an effort to heighten awareness in the fight against hunger, Sportsman Channel launches annual tours, serving cities with the greatest homeless and poverty-stricken populations.
Scott Leysath, a noted wild game chef and host of The Sporting Chef and Dead Meat on Sportsman Channel, leads a staff of volunteers at every Hunt. Fish. Feed. event.
Hunt. Fish. Feed. is celebrating its 13th year and is proud to have served more than 36,000 meals in communities such as Denver, Detroit, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, New Orleans and New York.
These events garner recognition for responsible sportsmen and women who have given back to help those who are less fortunate. Outdoor Sportsman Group encourages hunters and anglers to find and help a local organization by donating meat.
Scott Leysath, better known as The Sporting Chef, has spent a lifetime developing his own brand of fish and game cooking mastery. As someone whose passion and profession are one in the same, Chef Leysath is undoubtedly among the best in the business. He’s a regular guy, not a classically trained chef, who sincerely wants anything with fur, fins and feathers to taste as good as it gets.
Chef Leysath travels the globe, making personal appearances at outdoor shows, trade shows and corporate events. He entertains audiences with what he calls “short attention span cooking”, throwing fish and game into a skillet in blazing speed. He lives in Northern California with his wife, son and two setters. He’s an avid hunter and angler who prefers a home-cooked meal over high-dollar fine dining fare.