Bill Gorman travels to Mexico with NWTF's Lou Haubner to hunt the Gould's Turkey, in hopes of completing his World Turkey Slam.
Bill is joined this week by fellow L.L. Bean associate Matt Bickford; their mission, Take two bears.
Bill travels to the Sierra Nevada mountains near Granada, Spain to try and complete his Ibex slam, but encounters more physical adversity and must soldier on to try and complete his task.
Bill Gorman travels to Sonora, Mexico, in search of Coues deer, even though he injured his Achilles heel; it takes all of his energy to muster up the strength to carry on.
Hoping to harvest a big mule deer in Wyoming, Bill Gorman learns a lot about the conservation efforts helping to expand the population in the area. He also finds out that patience is a virtue, especially when it comes to finding success.
Bill Gorman is on a mission to find and harvest his first roan antelope. Hunting in the founding location of this species, it might prove to be pretty tricky since the roan are considered to be like ghosts.
Bill is back at the Floyd Ranch in South Texas looking to finally hunt the infamous G12 buck that he has passed the last two years.
Bill and his Production Coordinator, Scott Quinney, head back to Florida to try and get Scott his first Osceola turkey, after an unsuccessful hunt last year.
Bill Gorman travels to Sonora, Mexico, with good friend Brad Miller in pursuit of his largest mule deer ever, but he must overcome extreme adversity if he hopes to prevail.
Bill takes management and conservation into consideration before all else when hunting, and a medley of great deer hunts goes no differently when it comes to the age-old question of "old versus big."
After a race in Daytona, legendary racing Champion Bobby Labonte joins Bill Gorman for a tough hunt in the Saskatchewan wilderness.
With civil unrest creating unsafe conditions in Mozambique, Bill Gorman and Outfitter JP Kleinhans decide to regroup and travel to South Africa to hunt the notoriously dangerous cape buffalo.
Bill Gorman heads to New Mexico to further his practice of conservation and land management that the landowner perfected to cultivate some of the world's best antelope hunting.
Bill Gorman into the mountainous ranges of West Texas on the hunt for some exotic African game.
Bill Gorman and friends continue to manage the black bear problem in Northern Alberta.
Following Bill Gorman into the thick forest of High Level, Alberta, to help manage the black bear population; having hunted with Wally Mack many times, Bill knew it would be a great place to bring a few friends.
Heading into the palmy ranches of central Florida, where the Osceola Turkey dominate the fields; Bill's production coordinator, Scott Quinney, has never hunted Florida, but receives guidance from Lou Haubner of the NWTF to find some birds.
Bill Gorman didn't pass up the invitation to hunt in the wood of Illinois with friends.
Billy Gorman heads to Kansas for his second year in a row in search of his first mature whitetail.
Traveling back down to New Mexico, but not in search of another pronghorn.
Having only hunted Coues deer a couple of times, Bill is really looking forward to something new.
Northern Wyoming, where the mule deer and pronghorn antelope are plentiful; Bill Gorman hunts with his friend Trinity Powers of Powder Horn Outfitters.
Heading to the Floyd Ranch for his fourth year in a row, Bill is on the hunt for a big mature deer, but still hopes he can get a peek at the infamous G-12 buck that he passed on last year in the name of proper game management.
An adventure like no other on the border of Alberta Canada and the Northwest Territories, where the moose roam freely; living most of his life in Maine, Bill Gorman is no stranger to moose hunting, but this journey is like no other.
Bill Gorman ventures down to Kansas where gigantic Whitetail are harvested every year; heading to Tall Tine Outfitters to see his friend Ted Jaycox, Bill is also bringing Senior Product Developer for L.L.Bean, Jeff Miller.
Bill Gorman has an affliction for hunting and conservation. This holds true on his journey into the beautiful open terrain of Mora Country, New Mexico.
Bill Gorman takes a trip to New Mexico to try out his new Merkel Helix. After meeting up with his good friend Hunter Ross of Desert Safaris, Bill sets off to tag a record book Pronghorn Antelope. Can Bill fill his tag.
After a successful Romanian Roe deer hunt earlier in the season, Bill goes back with Banatura to see if he can track down some of the giant brown bears he's heard rumors of. Traveling between Austria, Hungary and Romania.
This week, Bill heads back to the Floyd Ranch late into the season. This time he's there to help his buddy Tom manage the property as a part of the MLD program. Be sure to watch and see if Bill can assist in managing this massive south Texas ranch.
Bill teams up with the NWTF for the second time in order to find the ocellated turkey in the jungles of Mexico. Bill has never hunted this subspecies before, and it's a bit harder to pick out a big one than it would be for your average gobbler.
Bill takes Anke Sauerteig from the Merkel gun company to Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan, for her first-ever whitetail hunt; join Bill and Anke in the freezing North to see if Anke can harvest her first whitetail.
Bill Gorman is heading to Wyoming to try and chase down another colossal bull elk with his bow while hunting out of a blind.
This week on L.L.Bean's Guide To The Outdoors, Bill brings his little brother, and Chairman of L.L.Bean, Shawn Gorman to Texas. The pair take part in a little brotherly competition on the water.
Hunting whitetails in Alberta.
Bill heads back to Tall Tine Outfitters in Kansas, but this time he brings his son, Billy, along for the ride; Billy's never harvested a mammoth buck, and Bill could only think of one place to take him for his first.
Bill is off to Utah this week to meet up with the guys from Mossy Oak, and he's pulling out his bow to track down a trophy elk; with some of the best elk herds in the world located on this property, Bill should be able to single one out.
Bill heads back to Western Oregon Outfitters in an attempt to harvest a Columbia whitetail with his bow; having been successful in years past with both a bow and rifle, Bill is hoping to find a mature buck he can set his sights on.
Bill starts off in Germany, meeting up with Anke Sauerteig from the Merkel gun company.
Bill Gorman heads back to his longtime friend Tom Floyd's place in hopes of harvesting a trophy whitetail with his bow. Last year Bill was able to take down a monster with his rifle and this time he decided to make things a bit more challenging.
This week Bill heads to Texas for a free range Axis deer hunt with Desert Safaris.
Deep sea fishing for dolphinfish in Duck Key, Fla.
Bill Gorman heads to Three Forks Ranch.
Hunting African species in Mozambique.
Bill Gorman heads to Maine with moose in mind.
Fishing for salmon & trout and hunting for turkeys at the Weatherby's Resort in Maine.
Fishing the Missouri River for rainbow trout.
Bill Gorman heads to Kansas for a whitetail deer hunt at Tall Tine Outfitters.
Searching for a good antelope.
Fly rod floating near Salta, Argentina.
Hunt Osceola turkey in Florida.
Fly-rod in the Atlantic.
Search for a big bull at Hidden Valley Ranch in Luna, N.M. with Trophy Ridge Outfitters.
The Bow River boasts one the fastest growing trout populations in the world.
Bill Gorman and Chris Paradise head out to Alabama with rifles in hand.