“Where in the World is Colorado Buck” Hunts Canadian Mountain Goats This Week

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GLENWOOD, AL – (AmmoLand.com) A surprise call from a friend finds Colorado changing flight plans and instead of deep sea fishing, he wakes up in his sleeping bag covered in frost on a steep mountainside next to a mountain goat. Standing at Whitehorse Yukon CA airport awaiting a flight to Oregon then landing on a grass landing strip at Golden Bear Outfitters in Northern B.C., Canada gives meaning to the name “Where in the World is Colorado Buck.”

“Where in the World is Colorado Buck” airs on the Pursuit Channel Monday, May 19 at 5 p.m. and Thursday, May 22 at 1 p.m., all times eastern.

Colorado Buck’s travels take him to such places as Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, South Africa, Australia, New Caledonia, Argentina, Russia, England, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Alaska, Cameroon, Kenya, and Canada just to name a few. He is featured as a worldwide big game hunter in pursuit of exotic species most of us only dream about and some we have never heard of. Feel the excitement and rush of the hunt with this award-winning outfitter as he chases his dreams while bringing you a unique hunting experience from all over the globe.

Industry partners for “Where in the World is Colorado Buck” are Cheaper Than Dirt, ACI and Rock Island Pistols, Surplus Ammo, Ammo & More, RCA Ammo, Buckshot Energy Drink, Kenetrek Boots, Fauna & Flora, Goal Zero and Montana Rifle Co.

For more information on “Where in the World is Colorado Buck,” visit http://www.heycoloradobuck.com/.

Pursuit Channel, www.pursuitchannel.com, active in more than 42 million U.S. television households including HD linear and O.T.T feeds, is the only audited outdoors television network viewable to every DIRECTV (604 PRST) and DISH Network (393 PRST) subscriber. MOOSE Media, www.moosemedia.tv, directs sales and marketing efforts for Pursuit Channel.

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