PORTSMOUTH, NH --(Ammoland.com)- This week on The Crush, Lee and Tiffany enjoy the much-anticipated Iowa bow opener!
After months of planting, scouting, setting stands and strategizing, they’re ready to see if their hard work will reap rewards.
Opening day is no doubt a holiday in the whitetail world, and Lee and Tiffany and their Mathews bows take to the woods with eager anticipation. Tune in and check out the opening act to Lee and Tiffany’s Iowa archery season!
The Crush with Lee and Tiffany is a hugely popular reality-based hunting show that conveys to viewers what it’s like to hunt with your significant other. Lee and Tiffany Lakosky invite the world into their lives to experience the fun – and the headaches – of living the lifestyle of an American hunting couple. They show viewers the good, and the not-so-good, while traveling throughout North America chasing critters of all shapes and sizes. Whether they’re traveling on the “Crush Bus” or hunting back home in Salem, Iowa, Lee and Tiffany treat their fans to action-packed, entertaining adventures every week, all year long – showing viewers the “dos and don’ts” of their fun yet exhausting lifestyle along the way.
Lee and Tiffany love the challenges of hunting almost any animal, but their true love is chasing trophy-class whitetails. They plant over 1,000 acres of food plots in prime whitetail country, they hang over 100 treestands, they set up numerous binds, and they employ over 100 trail cameras … all in hopes of getting the jump on the trophy-class bucks that roam their woods.
Some say Lee and Tiffany are “America’s most entertaining hunting couple”, while others consider them “American’s favorite hunting couple”. Accolades aside, one thing’s for sure: After nearly a decade of dispatching some of the best-looking bucks in the industry, Lee and tiffany have proven themselves as the real deal.
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