Greg McHale's Wild Yukon
A crown of horns: Mountain caribou
Greg has a final opportunity to cut his caribou tag in Yukon's backcountry mountain ranges. With winter closing in, he's pushing his luck. Snow is piling up, clouds are coming down, and the winds are blowing. Making the situation worse, the days are getting shorter rapidly, limiting the hunting time each day. Can he overcome the short days and wintery conditions to connect on a bull? Can he find caribou at all? Tune in to find out!
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No rut to complain Alaska-Yukon Moose
Greg and his father head out on a post-Rut moose hunt into a valley that holds incredible moose. The short days and shy moose make for challenging October hunting. Short days, freezing creeks, and fog all contribute to the challenge and excitement of this hunt. Greg witnesses an incredible stand-...
Bigger than they look wood bison in C...
Greg sets off in search of North America's largest herbivore and game animal, the Wood Bison. Hunting such a large animal is not for the faint of heart. Adding to the challenge are the extreme winter conditions Greg encounters on his journey.
After travelling for many days and miles in harsh wint...
Late to the party Dall's sheep
Yukon mountains are the safe-haven of the Dall's sheep, with winter conditions making a hunting expedition more challenging, uncomfortable and dangerous. Not many hunters push the season this late, but Greg is not one to shy away from a challenge or discomfort.
Greg and Karl search for a late-sea...