Minnetonka, MN –-(Ammoland.com)- In a summer rut missing your hunting action? Then tune into North American Hunter-TV for can’t-miss action from host Mark Kayser chasing whitetails on the prairies of South Dakota.
Find North American Hunter-TV on NBC Sports Network Tuesdays at 1:30 pm, Thursdays at 5:30 am, Saturdays at 8 am and Sundays at 6:30 am ET.
North American Hunter-TV is part of the North American Hunting Club, the premier community for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts. Watch a sneak peek of the season here.
Returning for another stellar season of chasing big bucks to bruins to turkeys is host Mark Kayser, North American Hunter Editor-in-Chief Gordy Krahn and Sr. Editor Luke Hartle. They are joined by special guests throughout the season where they’ll hunt the lower 48 states, as well as more exotic places such as Alaska, Newfoundland and South Africa.
“For some, this is the off-season time of year where you sort your gear, practice shooting and wait for fall. But it’s also a great time of year to catch up on learning more about your passion, and what better place than tuning into North American Hunter-TV?” said host Mark Kayser. “We are all over this season chasing pronghorns, moose and big bucks to bring our viewers the best in fair-chase hunting.”
Also returning this season are all the great tips from “You Call the Shots,” “Pro’s Pointers” and updates from Field Test.
Join the North American Hunting Club FREE for the first 30 days and receive a digital copy of North American Hunter; just log onto HuntingClub.com
North American Hunter-TV’s NBC Sports Network air times are Tuesdays at 1:30 pm, Thursdays at 5:30 am, Saturdays at 8 am and Sundays at 6:30 am ET.
About North American Hunting Club: With 550,000 enthusiastic members, North American Hunting Club—through its official publication, North American Hunter—strives to increase the hunting skills and enjoyment of Club members. The NAHC’s mission is to serve as a one-stop source where avid hunters from across North America can satisfy all their hunting needs. The Club also acts as a vehicle through which hunters from all points of the compass can communicate—sharing success stories, photos and videos through the magazine, website and the social network. For more information on the NAHC, visit: HuntingClub.com.