It's a father and son trip of a lifetime, as Brad and Matt Severs, pursue world class big game in New Zealand.
We travel from the plains of Nebraska to the jungle of Zambia, in this intercontinental episode. World class sable are on the docket in Africa, while a more traditional North American turkey hunt is underway, wth youth hunters in Nebraska.
History and pagentry abound in this unique detour to the old world as Chris Dorsey and a team of shooters enjoy a traditional driven pheasant hunt in the fields of Hungary with their host Peter Horn.
Three bird hunting addicts reconvene in Kentucky for good times and falling feathers as Chris Dorsey, Steve Farris and Steve Smith work with a world class team of dogs for an unforgettable upland hunt.
Shane Jones knows the remote wilderness of Newfoundland is perfect for finding a big bull moose, but bad weather, harsh terrain, and miles of open country will test his expertise as a hunter.
From the Czech Republic to Hungary - 15 years after hunting with Hanza Webber in Prague, Joe and Kevin Dorsey return the favor by bringing Hanza back to America for his first mule deer hunt.
Host Chris Dorsey invites two of his favorite professional hunters from Africa to join him in Montana for a world-class whitetail hunt and wingshooting as they enjoy the plains game of North America.
After learning that he has terminal cancer, Tom Behunin chooses to spend his last days doing what he loves. Tom and friend Shane Jones journey to the majestic landscape of Newfoundland for a courageous and unforgettable moose hunt.
Last year, Tom Behunin lived through a deer hunter's nightmare - he saw the mule deer of a lifetime after he filled his tag. This season, he returns to The Rackett in western Nebraska for another chance at the monster muley nicknamed "Larry Bird."
It's a tour de force of angling and wingshooting as host Chris Dorsey and Matt Connolly fish for salmon and trout at the iconic Bristol Bay Lodge, then migrate south to hunt clouds of mallards at Charlie Potter's Sand Springs Ranch.
Host Chris Dorsey invites friends Alistair McLain and Christopher Merritt to the famed Wynfield Plantation for a traditional Georgia bobwhite quail hunt.
Chris Dorey and good buddy, Tom Behunin head back to California to try one more time to get Chris his first ever blacktail.
Planes, wagon trains and no automobiles - Chris Dorsey cowboys up and rides horseback into the Alberta high country for a once in a lifetime chance at a big horn sheep.
Vista Outdoor President and CEO Mark DeYoung takes his son on an Arctic adventure for caribou.
Collecting bait for a leopard hunt is hard work; luckily Chris Dorsey has his twin boys to help with the chore!
Chris Dorsey take his twin boys, Nate and Luke, on their first ever big game hunt - In Namibia!
Team Ram Trucks head from the Motor City to Big Sky country in hopes of bagging some Montana bucks and ducks.
Chris Dorsey and Steve LeBlanc conclude their epic Kiwi adventure with an arapawa and a stunning sika hunt.
Dorsey and LeBlanc continue there trip in the Shire, looking for fantastic fallow and majestic red stag.
The Maori people called it Aotearoa, or the land of the long white cloud. We call it New Zealand, and it's where Chris Dorsey and Steve LeBlanc are chasing some of the planet's most spectacular beasts.
Ram Truck's Justin Yates and Ram Outdoorsman team member, Dan Flavin go after bear and moose.
A young hunter hits Colorado's western slope on his first ever elk hunt.
Take something great and make it better. That seems to be the mantra in New England.
Chris and Tom are back out on The Rackett looking for another book buck, and management buck.
Chris and Tom Behunin head east to find monster muleys and a bevy of birds.
Chris and Tom Behunin are off to the Golden State to check another box on their Big 29 hit list. Drought and oppressive heat make the hunt that much harder.
Chris Dorsey and Vista Outdoor CEO, Mark DeYoung, head down to New Mexico to go after one of America's most unique animals, one that has no other living relatives on the planet and has lived in North America for more than a million years!
Chris Dorsey and Jeff Crane, President of the Congressional Sportsmans Foundation, are chasing ringnecks at Paul Nelson Farm and Chris remembers some his has favorite bird destinations ever.
Chris Dorsey, and his good friend, Tom Behunin, head south of the border to pursue the diminutive and elusive coues deer.
The critters that inhabit the craggy peak represent some of the hardest hunts on the planet. This episode looks at some of the toughest hunts and most extreme conditions found anywhere on the planet.
Less than 100 years ago, Tule elk were on the verge of extinction. Now, thanks to the conservation efforts of hunters and naturalists the population is so high, hunters are called in to manage the herd.
Ram Outdoorsman host, Chris Dorsey is back in the sweltering jungles of Cameroon in pursuit of the elusive bongo.
Chris Dorsey visits Tom Brokaw's ranch and they talk about the splendor of the "Last Best Place" as they flush coveys of Hungarian Partridge and we look back at previous Montana hunts.
While Chris and Tom Behunin are out trying to find a late season mule deer, they come across one of the biggest elk ever seen on film - out of season of course.
Shane Jones and Mark Malley of Ram Trucks head to New Mexico and put the stalk on some monster pronghorn.
Ram Outdoorsman host, Chris Dorsey and friend Matt Connolly head back to Canada and fling flies for gargantuan 'gators.
The climax of a three year odyssey to bag a big tom mountain lion.
The good folks at Covey Rise magazine invited us along to do a behind the scenes show on their cover story shoot and interview with famed newsman Tom Brokaw.
It's Pork Appreciation on Ram Outdoorsman this week as we travel the world in honor of the various species found on four different continents.
Ram Trucks VIPs head to big sky country looking for big bucks.
Dan Flavin hunts pronghorn antelope in Colorado and Chris Dorsey and Tom Brokaw seek pheasants in South Dakota.
Ram Outdoorsman takes a look back at some of the most dangerous animals found below the surface - hippos, crocs and gators.
Co-stars of the hit 80's TV show "Simon and Simon", Gerald McRaney and Jameson Parker are longtime hunting buddies; this episode sees them reunited and back in the field in hot pursuit of trophy whitetails.
A look back to when Botswana was still open for hunting; world-class dangerous game guide, Jeff Rann, leads show host, Chris Dorsey, and several friends in pursuit of the largest of the land animals.
Late season elk on public land is a challenge, but Colorado native, Tom Behunin knows a trick.
Shane Jones, a member of the Ram Outdoorsman family, goes on the hunt of a lifetime for Alaskan moose while host, Chris Dorsey, takes some friends from RAM Trucks to South Dakota. Featuring original music by Dustin Clark.
Host Chris Dorsey and longtime friend, Tom Behunin, head to the Canadian province of Newfoundland to check another box on their big game bucket list.
Chris Dorsey takes Joe Benson on a black bear hunt of a lifetime.
Darrel Wise and Vinny Delgado hunt mule deer in Montana.
Gerald McRaney travels to Texas for a Oryx hunt with Ben Carter.
Steve Farris and Chris Dorsey hunt whitetail on Steves Nebraska land.
Chris Dorsey and Vinny Delgado are in the mountains of Montana battling the snow.
Chris Dorsey hunts with Russ McLennan in eastern Colorado.
Chris Dorsey stalks gigantic antelope in Zambia.
Chris Dorsey and Colby Hale look for a worthy trophy bull in New Mexico.
Chris Dorsey returns to the spot he let a moose of a lifetime get away last year.