Sasquatch Mountain Man
Laramy "Sasquatch" Miller travels the route the mountain men did, hunting, trapping and surviving off the land. In a world of high-tech hunters, weapons and technology, Miller, shows us what real hunting and living in the great wilderness truly is.
Alaska caribou. Part 1
Deep in the Alaskan territory, Laramy hunts the frontier in search of caribou. When a hungry grizzly sniffs around camp, will Laramy's single shot rifle be enough protection?
Montana mountain lion
Laramy lets loose the dogs and rides the snowy mountains in search of the big game cat of North America, the mountain lion.
Trapping. Part 1
Springtime begins as Laramy honors the history of the mountain men by trapping for beaver and other critters.
Alaska caribou. Part 2
Deep in the Alaskan territory, Laramy hunts for caribou until a severe accident with the Hawken throws the whole hunt into question.
Can Laramy survive the harsh conditions of elk country? With one misfire and a fresh blanket of snow on the mountains, the task of harvesting an elk for the winter is getting harder and harder.
Forging one's own tools was a valuable skill for the mountain men. Laramy takes hammer to steel as he shows us how he crafts his own gear.
Trapping. Part 2
Winter trapping requires different skills than trapping in the spring. Laramy pulls out all the tricks to trap for critters.
Laramy hunts the steep climbs of Idaho for mountain whitetail. Hunting these mountains in the old way makes for a tremendous challenge.
Hide and tanning show
A real outdoorsman uses every part of the kill, and Laramy shows us why skinning and tanning is such an important part of the mountain man life.
The hunt of a mountain man
Laramy shows us how the mountain men hunted in the 1800s, where unusual skills and stalking techniques were needed not only to succeed in the hunt, but to survive the harsh winters.