Greg McHale's Wild Yukon
The Definition of Success: Stone Sheep
Greg pursues the elusive Stone's Sheep over an extended hunt. Greg's glassing and patience are both put to the trial. In this hunt, the struggle to locate an almost invisible quarry in an endless sea of boulders and rock slides test Greg's abilities. Knowing that the keys to success are to glass and continuously move in search of some hidden corners that could hold rams, Greg plows on.
Up Next in Season 1
A Fall Classic: Mountain Caribou
The Mountain Caribou is one of the most delicious animals the vast Yukon has to offer. Caribou is also the Yukon's most mobile, seldom stopping its incessant plodding. Greg flies into high alpine lakes in search of a Mountain Caribou bull. This fall caribou hunt showcases the Yukon's mountains at...
Better Early Than Late: Mountain Goat
Mountain Goats grow their incredible white capes as the fall drags on. Heading out later in the season means that a hunter has a better chance at a goat with a genuinely breathtaking coat. On this hunt, Greg hunts for an old billy goat in the steep and rugged terrain of Northern British Columbia.
Before the Flood: Wood Bison
Greg travels by dog sled into Wood Bison country. The Yukon's late winter offers good travel conditions with plenty of snow and comfortable temperatures, at least until the frozen rivers begin to wake. Greg travels by dogsled into Wood Bison country. The Yukon's late winter offers good travel con...