Although “Realtree Outdoors” is jam-packed with thrilling hunts for elusive big-game animals, the TV show is about much more than simple entertainment. When you watch “Realtree Outdoors,” you not only get to enjoy great hunting footage, but you get to learn from the best in the industry.
First airing in 1992, “Realtree Outdoors” is the top-rated, longest-running Realtree hunting show, and for good reason.
Hosts Bill and Tyler Jordan and David Blanton understand what viewers want and deliver each week as they cross the country in pursuit of all types of game, from waterfowl and turkey, to deer, elk, bear, moose and more.
- The team begins this season with their annual trip to Seven J Outfitters in northeast Wyoming. Get in on the action as David, Art Tucker and Bear Archery’s Jack Bowman chase early season whitetails in the Black Hills.
- It’s been a while since Bill and David have shared hunting camp together, especially elk camp. Watch the two catch up on lost time right in the middle of public-ground screaming bulls in the Gila National Forest of New Mexico.
- No doubt Kansas is one of the hot spots for Bill and his son Tyler when the rut comes around, and the action definitely heats up when the two come to full draw on two giant Kansas bucks.
- There aren’t very many people who can honestly say they’ve filmed a beauty queen on a hunt, but David can. Watch as Theresa Vail, also known as Miss Kansas 2014, goes on a quest to get her first buck with a bow, while David captures it all on film.
You won’t want to miss these and many other action-packed hunts during this season of “Bill Jordan’s Realtree Outdoors.”
So clear your schedule and settle in for some exciting big-game action.
- Monday: 11 a.m.
- Friday: 4:30 p.m.
- Sunday: 9 pm (PRIME)
Today, Realtree employs more than 80 people in Columbus, Georgia, and also has operations in Europe. And from that first licensee in 1986, the Realtree business has grown to include more than 1,500 licensees.