Host Jim Shockey travels the world to bring you the best hunting adventures around. The show takes you to the Alaska Yukon on a moose hunt, polar bear hunting by dogsled with the Inuit people in the Arctic, Cape Buffalo and crocodile hunting in Tanzania, gazelle and white-bearded wildebeast hunting in Masialand and Muskox hunting in the Arctic with a muzzleloader. You just never know where Jim's next adventure will take you.
One of the most remote corners of the earth: The Aleutian Islands
Jim Shockey's crew flies to the Aleutian Islands in Alaska as he goes after the largest "antlered compared to body size"' big game animals in the world, the stunning and huge Alaskan reindeer. One of the most remote corners of the earth!
Eva's First Saskatchewan whitetail without her daddy
This week we're heading up to the cold wild lands of Saskatchewan, Canada. Eva Shockey hunts for the very first time in Saskatchewan without her Daddy with her Bowtech for a giant buck that's been spotted on one of her dads Stealthcams.
Every year Jim donates a Vancouver Island coastal bear hunt to SCI. Part of the deal is that Jim will personally guides the auction winner. This week you'll see how that most recent donated hunt turned out.
Come along as Jim heads to one of the most beautiful destinations in South Africa. Jim will be going after some unusual and 100% free ranging critters. The team is joined by a good friend and professional hunter, Russ Lovemore.
This week we're heading to the remote and rainforest covered territory of Vancouver Island. We'll be in our Pacific Rim outfitting territory on three different spot and stalk hunts for the coastal bears that live there.
We're heading into the remote Jim's Rogue River Outfitting territory in the Yukon of Canada on a "moose meat and potatoes"' hunt. We'll be looking for the largest antelered big game animal in North America, the Alaska Yukon Moose.
It's time for our favorite show of the year; a retrospective of all the best of, the worst of, and the footage we just couldn't show you the first time around. In fact, we probably shouldn't show it at all, but what the heck... we're going to anyway!