Minnetonka, MN –-(Ammoland.com)- This week on North American Hunter-TV, Luke Hartle heads to Kodiak Island to hunt Sitka blacktails. Hartle definitely gets his workout in during the four days of hunting as he climbs the mountainsides scouting and hunting blacktails without a guide.
But don’t feel too bad for him—he’s also in one of the top places for sea duck hunting. North American Hunter-TV is part of the North American Hunting Club, the premier community for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts. Tune in for a look at this week’s episode here.
“There’s something about hunting in Alaska that makes for a pure hunting experience,” said Hartle, host on this week’s episode. “There’s just something about hunting a deer that hasn’t seen people before. We have no idea where they are and we have no guide with us.”
Also in this week’s episode, tune in for “One More Thing,” where Hartle shows how he was able to hunt for deer and ducks with just one gun – by utilizing the Mossberg FLEX system. In the “Mathews Minute” segment, Mark Kayser gives advice to practice in varying conditions with your Block target so you are more prepared in the field. In Field Test powered by StuffStuff, get the latest reviews on the Sportsman’s Advantage Vacuum Sealer, Chapin Outfitters ATV Spreader and the Hang it High Crossbow Hanger. Lastly, in “You Call the Shots,” Kayser and Hartle discuss a Kansas whitetail hunt that was almost ruined by coyotes.
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