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Versus Country – Scratching My Hunting Itch

Being in California this fall, I’m unfortunately not going to be able to do much in the way of whitetail hunting, but I have found a couple ways to still get my fix. These days my hunting is mostly done online while working on my blog and my real adventurous moments are happening on the TV in front of me as I soak in as much hunting programming as possible. I’m a particular fan of Tuesday night pursuits on Versus Country, is there really any better way to spend a week night than watching North American Hunter, The Bucks of Tecomate or Tred Barta? So for those of you who can’t get in the woods as much as you’d like, hop on to your computer or in front of your tv to scratch the hunting itch for a little bit. Some of my other favorites include:

I also love the Versus Country commercials. They focus on how us outdoorsmen are the orginal conservationists and I really agree with that.

Check this one out…



MidwestWhitetail.com

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Now here is a cool idea. MidwestWhitetail.com is an internet only deer hunting show which is filmed and then uploaded only days after the actual footage is shot. But it gets better, this year there will be unique shows for every Midwest state! The upside of this type of show is huge because you can get from the field updates in your own hunting areas only a day or two after it actually happens. For those of us who can’t be out in the woods every single day, this kind of information can be incredibly helpful when planning your hunts. First and foremost I can see this type of semi-live coverage being really helpful when trying to figure out the progress of the rut.

There will be 10 unique shows this year covering all the “Midwest” states and they already have a  lot of great episodes from this fall’s early seasons. You can check out the home page at MidwestWhitetail.com and if you are a Michigan hunter like me, you can get to the Michigan online videos directly by following this link . This series covers the hunting season from preseason scouting all the way through the fall. I highly recommend checking out your own states videos as your season progresses. Who knows you might pick up a tip or trick that will help you out the next time you hit the woods!

Here’s a sample of a video from last season with the founder Bill Winke…