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With the rut winding down and deer transitioning to food sources, Rex Luchtel finds himself focusing on the food sources he's left for the late season.
Trent Siegle is a whitetail manager through and through. Targeting a specific buck or two each season typically results in feast or famine, but that is a challenge that Trent is always up for.
The annual trip to hunt the rut in Kansas with Heartland Pride Outfitters has become a tradition. This area produces some incredible whitetails and is an extremely effective area for calling and decoying in November.
Shawn is in his home state of Missouri going through his normal preparation for whitetails.
Skyler's dad, Mike Wirsig, is no stranger to elk hunting in Arizona.
"Heartland Bowhunter" documents the adventures of the team as they bowhunt all over the Midwest for anything from whitetail deer to Canada geese.
Once again the crew kicks off the season with a high country mule deer hunt in Utah.
Adversity is something that we commonly have to overcome as bowhunters, however, this season provided more obstacles than normal for Shawn.
Mike is on his way to hunt Mule Deer but receives a phone call that the elk are rutting in New Mexico. He takes a detour to elk country to chase screaming bulls.
The name "9-Lives" isn't a name given to a buck at a young age. It's a name that's earned and one that carries a lot of weight.
Nate, Skyler and Mike Wirsig are all familiar with hunting in NE Wyoming, but this year finds them hunting a new property that they hadn't stepped foot on before.
Michael Hunsucker scouts nearly every day in the summer, to shed hunting in the spring, keeping Mike in the field nearly every day of the year. For Mike hunting is a way of life. You can see his exploits on "Heartland Bowhunter".
Shawn Luchtel is a cinematographer by trade, but he's been hunting since a very young age and shows his passion for hunting through Shawn's show, "Heartland Bowhunter" on Outdoor Channel.
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