All-New Episode of Mojo TV Premieres Saturday Oct. 29

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USA -( Terry Denmon and the Mojo Crew pack up and head north to one of their favorite destinations: Ranchland Outfitters in Alberta Canada.

With Greenheads, Geese and Coyotes the guys look forward to the yearly trip and can’t wait to get settled into blinds with their go-to guy for Canadian hunting Rob Reynolds. Part 2

New episodes premiere Saturdays afternoons at 3:30/2:30c on The Sportsman Channel (DISH 395, DIRECTV 605) in the U.S. and Mondays at 1:30 p.m. ET on Wild TV in Canada.

For a preview, watch the preview video below.

Broadcast Schedule for MOJO TV on the Sportsman Channel:

Thursday – 4 a.m. EST | 3 a.m. CST
Friday – 8 a.m. EST | 7 a.m. CST
Saturday – 3:30 p.m. EST | 2:30 p.m. CST


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  • 5 thoughts on “All-New Episode of Mojo TV Premieres Saturday Oct. 29

    1. As the loving owner of a pet Quaker Parakeet it pains me to see these birds shot down like that but Ammoland is correct: they are considered agricultural pests in their home range. Some states have also outlawed them: any Quaker found by animal control will be seized and euthanised. The thought is that if they establish a feral population that they will fill the vacuum created by the extinction of the Carolina Parakeet, a very beautiful native American parakeet that was considered an agricultural pest and hunted into extinction. There is quite a bit of doubt that this could actually happen and several states- Florida, Colorado, Illinois, and New York among them- that have established feral populations and have not seen them become a problem.

    2. I’m all for hunting, but why would anyone kill all those parrots? i’m a bird lover, but understand turkey, dove, quail as those birds are edible… but parrots? Could you explain the rationale for this as I am uneducated about killing this type of bird.

      Thank you.

      1. Crystal these are parakeets, not parrots. while parkeetes maybe be an uncommon bird in the US, in Argentina they are a pest and their population is huge., some flocks can be 1000’s of birds. They destroy crops, paticularly milo, and their nest building destroys trees and effects powerlines. They are very hard to shoot, but hunting helps control the population and hunters pay the land owners to hunt their property, off setting some of the damage. Parts of Texas are now experiencing the effects of invasive parakeets so we predict we will see hunting expand in Texas in the future as a way to control them.

        1. Thanks for that explanation !!! I thought they were parrots too . I also understand about controlling numbers .

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