SEASON 1 EPISODES
Butch Whiting, CEO and Co-Founder of Kryptek Outdoor Group, along with his beautiful wife and two daughters set their sights on the Red Stag while in New Zealand. Due to an insane snow storm that dumped large amounts of snow, maneuvering around becomes difficult turning the hunt into a bigger challenge than expected. A big herd is finally spotted with some nice bulls and the chase is on!
When it’s all said and done, family is everything. It’s very special for Show Hosts Mike Dianda & Clint Capurro to see their two boys carrying on the tradition and legacy. On this episode Joey & Conner embark on a Youth Duck hunt in California where they decoy, call and shoot the ducks all on their own. After their duck hunt, everyone heads to Kansas to drop some honkers out of the sky. Enjoy this awesome waterfowl episode!
We’ve had the privilege of forging a strong friendship with veteran Jim Erwin over the past few years. When Show Host Mike Dianda found out that Jim had never harvested a Mule Deer before, he decided to give back to a hero and take Jim on a hunt in Nevada. Enjoy an epic deer hunt during the heat of the rut!
Show host Clint Capurro heads into the Nevada desert with his daughter Kylee and son Conner in hopes to get Kylee her first ever Mule Deer. They take Clint’s grandfather’s Remington rifle that Clint, Conner and his other daughter Ashley have all used to harvest their first bucks with. Enjoy this family rifle Mule Deer hunt!
Clint has had a life long dream of harvesting a Brown Bear in the Last Frontier. One of the most difficult things about bear hunting Alaska is being able to stay mentally tough through adversity. Whether it be cold, wet weather day after day or not seeing a bear for 4-6 days at a time, it’s not easy to stay positive. See how Clint fairs on Episode 8 as the adversity hits!
Show host Mike Dianda was blessed enough to draw a coveted late season Mule Deer tag along with Kryptek Outdoor Group CEO, Butch Whiting’s wife and two daughters. The rut is spottier than was hoped, but with a lot of glassing and also some insight from friends and locals the crew is able to put 4 studs on the ground. Enjoy this thrilling mule deer rut hunt!