Adriana Armstrong is a host of "Grace, Camo & Lace" on Sportsman Channel.
Alan Probst grew up in the outdoors with a deep family tradition that traces back to his great-grandfather who was a hunter, trapper and lure maker.
Alexa Score grew up in small town Spicer, Minnesota where her love for the outdoors began.
Alli Armstrong is a host of "Grace, Camo & Lace" on Sportsman Channel.
Art and Michelle Helin have been hunting together across the country since before they were married and have been filming for over 25 years.
Austin Tibbott is the co-owner of the "Bearded Buck" and was raised in the hunting world by his father at a young age.
Bill Dance is an outdoors legend. For over 36 years, he has delivered fishing advice on television in his humorous, off-beat way.
Bill was born and raised in Columbus, Georgia. In 1983, Bill started Spartan Archery Products in the back of the family boat business.
Television viewers know Bill as the "Man About The Woods", a 22-time Emmy Award-winning outdoor reporter and show host.
Bob was born and raised in Oregon and his hunting career originated over 26 years ago.
Shortly after finishing his college career, Brad joined the US national team in the 1998 FIBA World Championship, winning the Bronze medal.
Brandon Danker is a field producer for "Major League Bowhunter."
Hailing from the central coast of California, Brandon has built a reputation encompassing the nomadic, van- lifestyle.
When Brett isn't hunting, he spends as much time as possible investing into the lives of his beautiful wife Jacie and two kids, Maggie and Price.
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.
Brian is a highly decorated Marine Corps Veteran with multiple combat deployments.
Co-host and waterfowl specialist Bruce Horrell is celebrating over six decades of hunting by doing something he has never done; hunting over a "started dog" trained until a year old.
Bryan Flowers has been trapping since the early 70s. Although Bryan enjoys the "Fur Life", he's an avid outdoorsman. Bryan enjoys meeting new people and earning different skills to help him on his line.
Capt. Ed Zyak grew up wading the flats of Jensen Beach as a child. His experience and passion for inshore fishing led him to pursue a 20-year career as a professional guide and tournament angler.
Capt. Jamie Wilkins As a captain and outdoor TV producer, Jamie has spent the last 20 years chasing fish around the world and fell in love with the Emerald Coast 11 years ago.
Casey Keefer began hunting at an early age, and was addicted from the get-go. With a goal of turning his bowhunting passion into his life's work, he followed the same path as Chris and guided whitetail hunters for several seasons.
Chipper Jones, Atlanta Braves All-Star third baseman, is one of the most recognizable and respected names in Major League Baseball.
Chris grew up hunting with his father near Vicksburg, MS where he was born and raised. Chris harvested his first doe at age nine and the rest is history.
The elder Keefer brother by four years, he got his start in the hunting industry by working as a whitetail guide.
Some of Chris Ward's greatest memories as a child were hunting with his dad and grandad in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.
Cody was born and raised in Louisville, MS. He went on to graduate from Delta State University where he pitched for the Statesmen baseball team for four years.
Corey Brossman has wanted to host his own hunting show since he was a young boy growing up in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Craig Boddington was born and raised in Kansas, where his early big-game experience, in the mid-1960s, included pronghorn and mule deer in Wyoming, whitetail and mule deer in Kansas, and mule deer in Colorado.
In a bowhunting career spanning 33 years, across 25 states, 10 Canadian provinces/territories and 6 countries, Curt Wells has pursued 24 species of big game exclusively with a bow and arrow.
Host Dakoda Miller has grown up hunting, learning from his grandpa and dad and has always been in love with it from day one.
A native of Florida, Dan Perez cut his teeth chasing deer and hogs in the swamps and farmland of the sunshine state. It was his deep passion for land and a desire to chase the biggest deer in the country that brought him to the legendary Pike County, Illinois.
Daniel was raised in Weston, West Virginia. He grew up hunting with his father from age 3, and was hunting on his own by age 7.
Dave Fulson is a native Texan who has spent his entire professional career dedicated to the hunting, shooting and outdoor lifestyle.
Since his employment began in 1991, David Blanton has been an integral part of Realtree's growth into becoming the leader in camouflage for hunters worldwide.
David Morris grew up hunting and fishing in south Alabama. His love for the outdoors led him to get a master's degree in biology from Auburn University. In 1976, David and his partners founded Game & Fish Publications and ultimately grew the company to include 33 state and regional hunting and fishing magazines covering all lower 48 states
He also hosts "In-Fisherman Television", which offers a unique format that takes viewers to three different parts of North America to fish for three different fish species on each show.
Dustin Wilk's only aspiration growing up was to be a professional angler which he achieved at a very young age.
Eric has grown up as a child in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and literally lived outdoors. His family spent a lot of time chasing whitetails and wild turkeys as well as catching big rainbow trout in mountain streams and smallmouth bass in the great New River.
Eric R. Poole is the 14th editor for Guns & Ammo magazine, a position he has held since December 2013.
When Fred is not guiding hunters he splits his time between wildlife photography, freelance writing and trapping.
Freddy has been a professional hunter, passionate outdoorsman, conservationist and television personality/producer for more than a decade.
Greg McHale is as passionate about hunting as anyone. A mountaineer and adventure racer, his hunts takes place in high places, deep in the heart of the Yukon.
Greg is an American sportscaster with over 24 years of experience.
Haynes joined North American Whitetail in 2015, quickly becoming a significant part of the future of this legacy brand's delivery.
J. Scott Rupp is editor-in-chief of Handguns and Rifle Shooter magazines and has served as executive producer on Handguns and Personal Defense television shows as well as producer/co-host on "Ruger Inside & Out."
At 17 Jake became a US Coast Guard approved Charter Captain. As a dedicated angler and promoter, Jake came to work full time at 411 Productions, LLC sharing hosting duties on Fishing 411 TV and also as a project editor/videographer.
James C. Reed started hunting when he was just four years old, as a child growing up on the family farm in Iowa.
Jamie Satterfield is originally from north Georgia. Jamie is for sure the one that probably doesn't fit in in this crew at first glance.
Jared Peterson is the newest host and member of Team Huskemaw. As a Wyoming native Jared is no stranger to the backcountry and enjoys the challenges of big game hunting.
Jarrett was your typical little boy, loved fishing and being outdoors. Fast forward a few years and Jarrett catches the Colorado state record for largemouth bass.
At an early age, Jason discovered a passion for hunting and the outdoor way of life. Jason has been filming outdoor television for ten years now.
Ever since an early age Jason has possessed an uncommon passion for hunting, a passion that is as alive today as it was all those years ago.
Focusing his hunting efforts in the Midwest, Jay loves to chase whitetail bucks but also does some remote western hunts.
Jaylee Danker is a host of "BuckVentures" on Sportsman Channel.
Burton enjoys hunting, fishing, and the outdoors. His love for conservation and land management led to the creation of "Crossroads with the Burtons".
Jeff is co-owner and manager of BVO Productions. He started BuckVentures in 2003 with the motto 'Shoot by Sight, Walk by Faith' based off of 2 Corinthians 5:7 and has been hosting hunting shows ever since.
Jeff Thomason was born and raised in Northeast Texas, where he developed a love for all types of hunting. He has hunted many types of game, ranging from whitetail deer in Texas to the plains game of Africa.
Jerry "J-Rod" Tibbott" is the owner and founder of the "Bearded Buck".
Jim Kinsey has been contributing footage to clients' unique content needs in vision and broadcast production for 21 years.
To Jim or Jimbo as he is called by many, duck hunting is more than shooting ducks; it's the smell of an outboard warming up in the cold pre-dawn and the feel of a trusted shotgun.
Jim calls himself to be an inveterate peregrinator who has traveled for 30 years by dogsled, boat, horse, mule, donkey, plane, ATV, ARGO and by foot around this world.
Host of "Gun Stories," Joe Mantegna is a veteran Hollywood star and shooting enthusiast.
Joey Nania is the host of "Sweetwater" on Outdoor Channel.
John Stephens, President and owner of RNT Calls Inc., was born and raised on an Arkansas county rice farm. He grew up hunting ducks and geese.
Josh and Shasta both attended law school at Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, Virginia where they met and graduated with Juris Doctorate degrees.
Kali Parmley is the Managing Editor of "Petersen's HUNTING magazine."
Entering season 18 host Karl Kalonka has taken great pride in providing an informative, entertaining and educational series that captivates audiences around the globe.
Katie Austin was born in Louisiana, now residing in Nashville, TN. She has been chasing her dream of being a singer/songwriter and has been making a name for herself in Nashville.
Keith's father began taking him hunting and fishing at a very early age. Keith grew up farming with his family in northeast Louisiana around his hometown of Monticello, Louisiana.
Kevin "KJ" Jarnagin hails from Oklahoma but quickly established Louisiana roots after joining the "Gun Talk" and "Guns & Gear" team.
Kevin was born and raised in the backwoods of rural Florida, where he still lives today. Taught early on how to hunt deer in the swamps by his dad and family, Kevin learned how to hone his skills for hunting across the country.
Kevin Steele is the publisher of Petersen's Hunting magazine and the producer of "Petersen's Hunting Adventures".
Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, Kourtney was raised in a hunting and fishing family, spending most of her spare time outdoors.
Kristy Lee Cook is an American country singer who was the seventh place finalist on the seventh season of "American Idol".
While Kyle is an experienced, accomplished bowhunter, his true passion is focused on hunting mature whitetail bucks.
Born and raised in Missouri, host Laden Force is an accomplished big game hunter and has evolved his passion for whitetails into a career in the outdoor industry.
Laramy 'Sasquatch' Miller was born and raised in the mountains of southern Colorado. At the height of 6' 7', and a mass of 270 pounds, Laramy is worthy of the nick-name 'Sasquatch.'
Larry found his calling in videography. Many years of watching his hero Phillip Vanderpool, he knew this is what he wanted to do with his life.
Larry Zanoff has been involved with firearms his entire life.
Lee Orr was born and raised in Amarillo, Texas. He grew up with his family in their local cattle feed business, and was raised in the cattle and ranch industry.
Logan is a fifth generation waterfowl hunter with roots originating from northeast Missouri.
Originally from a town of 44 people in Hubbell, NE, Lucas Hoge is a country artist with Top 30 and Top 40 singles and his last album “Dirty South” went No. 1 on Billboard for Country album sales.
Mark Kenyon is the author of "That Wild Country", founder of Wired To Hunt, and host of the industry-leading "Wired To Hunt Podcast". He is a nationally published writer, a QDMA certified Deer Steward, and MeatEater's resident "whitetail guy."
Outdoor writer turned TV host, Mark Romanack is a veteran outdoorsman with over 3000 magazine articles and 11 different books on freshwater fishing to his credit.
Mary O'Neill Phillips is an Australian entertainer and outdoors-woman who has worked across a range of dramatic, radio, and lifestyle programs.
Matt grew up in the Blue Ridge Mountains, in northwest North Carolina, where hunting wasn't just a hobby, but more of a way of life.
Matt Duff is a former Major League Baseball pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals. He grew up in Alligator, Mississippi, along the banks of the Mississippi river.
Melissa Bachman is an accomplished hunter with a unique ability to share her love for the great outdoors and all things wild with her passionate fans and viewers.
Capt. Michael Anderson has been fishing and competing in tournaments on Tampa Bay and Florida waters for over 20 years.
Michael Bane defies stereotypes. He has leveraged a career as a journalist, author, professional adventurer and acknowledged expert on firearms into some of the most innovative – and successful – shooting sports programming in the world.
Michael Janich has been an avid student and instructor of self-defense for more than 40 years. He has an extensive background in the Filipino martial arts, pencak silat, judo, aikido, boxing, Savate, and military combatives, and is a co-host of "The Best Defense".
Michael grew up in the woods and on the water of the Flint River in South Georgia.
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Mike Carney cut his bowhunting teeth on burly Buckeye-State whitetails, and he has taken numerous Pope-and-Young-class whitetails across the Midwest.
Mike was born and raised in Virginia and started hunting with his dad when he was 6 years old.
From the time he could walk, Mike Irvine could be found in a duck blind near the Mississippi River with his father. The family hunting tradition led the Quincy, Illinois, native to a career in outdoor broadcasting as the host on "Shooting USA's Impossible Shots," where Mike reports the stories of legendary exhibition shooters and showman and welcomes Outdoor Channel's largest audience each week.
Mike became involved with "BC Outdoors Magazine" in 2005, becoming Editor in 2007. Three years after that, Mike started the "BC Outdoors Sport Fishing TV" show and continues today as Host and Executive Producer.
Born and raised running the Northwoods of The Upper Peninsula of Michigan, the hunting and fishing lifestyle has been a way of life for Mike since he was a child.
Mike Seeklander is the current owner of Shooting-Performance LLC, a full-service training company and the American Warrior Society. Mike is also the co-host of "The Best Defense", one of Outdoor Channel's leading firearm instructional show.
Mike comes from a family that has been in the hunting industry for more than 40 years.
Miles "Sonar" Burghoff is the host of "Sweetwater" on Sportsman Channel.
Nick Hoffman is an award-winning country music artist whose passion for travel and the outdoors takes him to the world's most interesting places.
Honachefsky, an IGFA All Tackle World Record Holder, fishes the world's waters, extensively throughout the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico and the US.
Nick is a Host of the "Become One" TV series on Sportsman Channel. In addition, is a Co-Owner of Film The Hunt, an outdoor video education company and The Outdoor Media Group, an outdoor video production company.
P.J. Reilly has been a professional journalist covering live events for media outlets since 1990.
Hunting by way of Oklahoma, born and raised in a small town where he was taught his unique hunting skills at a young age. He has worked in the outdoor industry for 17 years.
Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo are 'America's Favorite Hunting Couple,' appearing on the Outdoor Channel for over eighteen years.
Born and raised in New Mexico, co-host and upland specialist Randy Lack has been hunting birds and big game for as long as he can remember.
Randy first worked at a shooting complex and retail facility in North Carolina before joining the outfitting business with Mike's dad.
Rich Tudor is the host of "Saltwater Experience."
Richard Nance is a full-time, municipal police officer with a Northern California police department. During his nearly 20-year career, Richard has served as a SWAT Team Leader, Firearms Instructor, and Defensive Tactics Instructor in addition to his patrol duties.
A 2011 inductee into the 'National Outdoor Hall of Fame', Roger is one of the most respected and revered personalities in the outdoor industry.
Ronnie Green is the charismatic host of "A Fishing Story with Ronnie Green".
As a 2nd Grader from Marysville, KS, Ronnie was introduced to upland bird and deer hunting by his grandfather, David Curtis Carter.
Rossi Morreale is known for his big personality and unmatched energy! He's hosted over 40 shows on major networks and is a people's person who naturally entertains.
Ryan grew up in a home where shooting, hunting and the outdoors were central to the family. Part of his childhood was spent in Alaska, where he developed his love of the outdoors.
Raised in an outdoor family, he grew quickly to the hunt. Always trying to keep up with his younger brothers.
Scott is a hunter, angler, chef and 'regular guy' outdoorsman who hits the roads less traveled for a glimpse at how his people hunt, fish, gather, trap and snare their catch and, of course, how they cook it.
Scott Walker is co-host of "Into the Blue."
Co-Host and assistant producer of RNT-V, World Goose Calling Champion and RNT Goose Guru, Shawn Stahl has been a pioneer in the Waterfowl Industry for almost 15 years.
Sonny Cook was born in Washington, always a country boy at heart. He grew up in Washington half of his life and the rest of it in Southern Oregon, where he went on to play College football at UofO as a WR, and special teams star.
Steve Chappell is a world class elk guide who specializes in hunting top areas in Arizona and SW Colorado where he takes his clients on fully guided and filmed hunts.
Steve Hornady is the President of Hornady Manufacturing, located in Grand Island, Nebraska.
Steve Rodger is co-host of "Into the Blue".
Steve West is a professional hunting consultant and adventure hunter who has traveled the world in search of the greatest hunting destinations.
Steven grew up hunting alongside his dad chasing everything from rabbits to whitetails. He has a passion for bow hunting and a heart for those in need.
In MeatEater, author hunter and outdoorsman Steven Rinella will walk on the wild side where cliffs, claws and the culinary art all come crashing together in one nail-biting outdoors adventure.
Terry is a professional hunter with over 50 years of experience having grown up in a rural setting in a hunting family, which gave him the opportunity to start at a very early age.
Veteran of TV and film...and the Special Forces. Terry Schappert is a United States Army National Guard Special Forces master sergeant and martial artist. He left active duty before 9/11, but continues to serve in the Army National Guard.
Tim Wells is a one of a kind bow hunter/fun-loving, wild man seemingly bent on self destruction.
Tom is a Host of the "Become One" TV series on Sportsman Channel. In addition, he is a Co-Owner of Film The Hunt, an outdoor video education company and The Outdoor Media Group, an outdoor video production company.
Tom Rowland is co-host of "Saltwater Experience".
A native San Diegan whose Portuguese family settled in the city in 1892, Tommy Gomes, aka Tommy the Fishmonger, hails from a long line of professional tuna fishermen.
Born and raised in Southern Ohio, Trent is the cornerstone of "Blitz TV." As a two-time NFL Pro-bowler known as a run stopper and a relentless pass rusher, his leadership, energy, attitude and passion are nothing short of contagious.
Willi has been a passionate outdoorsman his entire life.
A North Carolina native, Woody is no stranger to the woods and water of rural NC. From hunting ducks to bears, turkeys and whitetails, Woody has a proven track record of success in the backwoods.
Wyatt Gregory is Co-host of "The Wild Outdoors" on Sportsman Channel.