Jordan Shipley – From the Gridiron to the Treestand

Former NFL Receiver Jordan Shipley to Tweet Live with Fans and Give Away Prizes During “The Bucks of Tecomate”

Former NFL Receiver Jordan Shipley to Tweet Live with Fans and Give Away Prizes During “The Bucks of Tecomate”
Former NFL Receiver Jordan Shipley to Tweet Live with Fans and Give Away Prizes During “The Bucks of Tecomate”
Outdoor Channel TV
Outdoor Channel TV

Denver, CO -(AmmoLand.com)- Jordan Shipley brings his athleticism and love of the great outdoors to the television screen every week as co-host of Outdoor Channel’s The Bucks of Tecomate.

The former Texas Longhorn, two-time All-American receiver and third-round NFL draft pick of the Cincinnati Bengals has taken viewers all across the United States in pursuit of giant whitetails. Together with Tecomate Co-Founder and Chairman David Morris, food plot pioneer and Co-Founder Dr. Gary Schwarz, and country music songwriter and wife Sunny Shipley, Jordan helps outdoorsmen and women realize their own hunting dreams by sharing cutting-edge management concepts and strategies for monster bucks.

In this week’s episode of The Bucks of Tecomate, titled “Pre-Rut Double Down,” Jordan and his friend Sam Shackelford chase massive bucks on the Wilson Ranch – 10,000 acres of expansive terrain located in south-central Kansas. It was an early season, pre-rut hunt and Traditions Muzzleloaders were the rifle of choice for the two.

While the episode airs, Jordan will be tweeting live from his @Jordan_Shipley Twitter handle, sharing tales of his riveting monster buck adventures on Season One of the TV series. Want to ask him how he’s been able to translate his skills from the football field into the great outdoors? Or chat about his trip to Montana to hunt elk and mule deer while filming the second season of The Bucks of Tecomate? He’ll answer all those questions and more.

@OUTDChannel will also be highlighting moments from the gripping half-hour episode on Twitter. And if you tweet @YamahaOutdoors using the #BucksofTecomate hashtag, you will have the chance to win one of many great prizes, including a Micro-Start XP-1 by Antigravity Batteries.

After years of squeezing in fall hunts between football practices and games, Jordan is reveling in his newfound freedom. In a recent Sports Illustrated article, he stated: “My biggest hobby in life was hunting and fishing. To actually get to do your biggest hobby as your job—it just doesn’t get any better than that. What I’m doing now is my ultimate dream.”

Jordan amazed fans with record-setting performances during his football days. Now the avid bowhunter is gaining the attention of a new set of enthusiasts in his first season as co-host of The Bucks of Tecomate on Outdoor Channel. And he’s looking forward to the opportunity to directly engage with them through this live Twitter Q&A session.

Tweet at Jordan using @Jordan_Shipley and Outdoor Channel using @OUTDChannel, and tweet @YamahaOutdoors with the tag #BucksofTecomate for a chance to win prizes.

The Bucks of Tecomate airs exclusively on Outdoor Channel. Check local listings or visit www.OutdoorChannel.com for show schedules. To find out how to get the network in your area, go to www.OutdoorChannel.com/ChannelFinder or call (855) 44-OUTDOOR.

About Outdoor Channel:

Outdoor Channel has been taking viewers across America and around the world on unparalleled adventures since 1993. Dedicated to the outdoor lifestyle and conservation, the independent cable network is a division of Outdoor Sportsman Group and provides a complete spectrum of riveting hunting, fishing, shooting and adventure entertainment. Outdoor Channel is received by more than 40 million U.S. households – the largest outdoor TV footprint in the country – and is available in more than 50 countries internationally. Outdoor Channel can be viewed in HD and is accessible by broadband and mobile platforms. For program times and other information, visit www.outdoorchannel.com. Follow us on Twitter, InstagramFacebook and YouTube, and download our iPhone and iPad app. #WhatGetsYouOutdoors

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