This Week On ‘The High Road’ – Air Gun Hunting Giant Canadian Whitetails

The High Road with Keith Warren - Air Gun Hunting Giant Canadian Whitetails
The High Road with Keith Warren – Air Gun Hunting Giant Canadian Whitetails
The High Road with Keith Warren
The High Road with Keith Warren

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas -(Ammoland.com)- This week on The High Road with Keith Warren, Keith and his good friend Brad Steele travel to Saskatchewan, Canada looking to each take down a trophy whitetail with their big bore air gun called the Dragon Claw.

Join Keith and Brad on this adventure and see if they are able to harvest the whitetails they traveled to Saskatchewan for.

The High Road with Keith Warren airs four times weekly on the Pursuit Channel (DirecTV 604 and Dish 393). Air times are Mondays at 3:00 p.m., Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m., and Thursdays at 12 a.m. and 9 p.m. (EST).

Full episodes are also available online at highroadhunting.com

 

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Fantastic hunt to both Brad and Keith!! Welcome back to Canada gents, and a special thanks to Keith for gong out to our friends at Pyramid Air and bring over a couple of 50 cal. Dragon Claws. On both hunts the deer both dropped it appeared within 15 to 20 yards of where they were shot. There must be a ton of kinetic energy going through the deer’s with those arrows. The kills were most humane, and near instantaneous. Congratulations to all involved for a beautiful hunt.