Hunting Whitetail in the Midwest

Steve’s Outdoor Adventures is the premier western big game hunting television show that features hunts for elk, mule deer, caribou, moose, grizzly and brown bear, black bear, and other game from exciting destinations in Alaska, the Canadian arctic, and across North America. Host Steve West shares his knowledge of hunting, shooting, and world class outfitters each week while in pursuit of western big game animals.

Hunting Caribou in Quebec

We intend to incorporate the rich history and heritage of western hunting into each episode of our program. While we will produce fresh episodes continually, our shows are seasoned with vintage photographs and video footage from the field which connects four generations of hunters in the great American west. We believe that our rich heritage will bring added authenticity and richness to the current HD footage and episodes of our program.The star of our show is Jason Matziner, an extremely talented young man and a gifted hunter, who possesses a tremendous amount of experience at a young age. Jason has grown up hunting, guiding and filming the best of Montana, and he is an extremely appealing and dynamic host.

Bow Hunting for Caribou in Quebec

José Boily is living his dream as he takes you on a series of adventures that provide a candid, humorous and refreshing look at the hunt. Covering all regions of Québec, José travels from the Gaspé Peninsula to James Bay in order to observe and hunt the many species of game that flourish in the Québec wilderness. His passion for hunting fairly leaps off the screen. With a dramatic style and all-terrain technique, the QVO team takes you right into the heart of the hunt, making you feel as though you’re really there. With José as your guide, you’ll deepen your understanding of wild game and the hunting techniques that work best. Driven to revitalize and restore hunting’s image, QVO explores hunts that experts of the past have largely ignored. Successes and failures alike are given a light-hearted treatment that reflects the real hunting experience of all hunters. While QVO is aware that hunting takes the life of another living creature, the species harvested are in no way endangered. And in many cases, hunting is the only way to prevent overpopulation. By immortalizing these beautiful animals on film, in our own way we help them live forever.

Big Antlers And Tools For Better Deer Hunting

From This unique episode of starts with a fishing adventure as Dr. Woods and family travel to Canada to catch trophy Northern Pike at Wollaston Lake Lodge (begins mark :39 ends mark 2:10). When the fishing adventure comes to an end Dr. Woods and the team begin gearing up for the annual deer survey with the Reconyx cameras.Already the cameras have captured images of a mature buck that shows a hunt-able pattern. A bear has been showing up at the camera stations: the big question is how will he effect the survey? Then we take a look at a few of the tools used by the team with an explanation of how and why they use them for better deer hunting, food plots, and bigger antlers (begins 4:58). Look for the tip on hunting native fruit trees at 9:03. Once you’ve watched the epiosde check out the main website at for more great information useful for all deer hunters. If you are on facebook — join the conversation and share photos on Dr. Grant Woods page: Visit for more information on the great Canada Northern Pike fishing shown in this episode!