Denver, CO -(AmmoLand.com)- Outdoor Channel continues to roll out exciting new episodes of popular television series every Monday night.
This week, don’t miss the Robertson boys stir up trouble on Duck Dynasty while business ventures that were once a dream become tangible on The Gunfather. Viewers also experience the persistent efforts of conservationists on Carter’s W.A.R. and Wardens in stopping animal poachers. Don’t miss the dynamic lineup on Monday, February 29 beginning at 7 p.m. ET:
- Duck Dynasty (Mondays at 7 p.m. ET/PT): Unsurprisingly, the Robertson boys cause another ruckus by blowing up one of Phil's antiquated duck blinds. The foolish act results in a wild plan to build a luxurious duck blind in the sky. In the evening’s second episode, Jase and Si embark on a turkey hunt of fresh wild game in the annual Robertson men vs. women cook-off. Plus, don’t miss new episodes of Duck Dynasty Wednesdays on A&E. For a look ahead at the back-to-back episodes, click here: Promo
- The Gunfather presented by Brownells (Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT): When two representatives from Caesar Guerini, an Italian shotgun manufacturer and retailer, stroll into the Tuminaro’s shop, Lou realizes all of his hard work and dedication might pay off if they land a deal with the world-renowned brand. To preview the episode, click here: Promo
- Carter’s W.A.R. (Wildlife Animal Response) presented by Nosler (Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT): Ivan Carter investigates an infamous poaching trade circle in Coutada 11, an area that borders the Marromeu National Park in Mozambique, Africa. Carter teams up with other local wildlife detectives as they track down the thieves and put an end to their grisly, meat poaching antics. For a sneak peek, click here: Promo
- Wardens presented by Streamlight (Mondays at 11:30 p.m. ET): In this week’s episode, the wardens are tipped off about an illegal hunt where the culprit(s) are accused of shooting a deer at night from a grey pickup truck. Even with multiple wardens joining forces, they have a tough time tracking down what the wardens have dubbed the ‘Grey Ghost.’
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