Host Jim Shockey travels the world to bring you the best hunting adventures around. The show takes you to the Alaska Yukon on a moose hunt, polar bear hunting by dogsled with the Inuit people in the Arctic, Cape buffalo and crocodile hunting in Tanzania, gazelle and white bearded wildebeast hunting in Masialand and muskox hunting in the Arctic with a muzzleloader. You just never know where Jim’s next adventure will take you.
Jim has been an award winning outdoor writer, wildlife photographervideographer, wilderness guide and outfitter for the past two decades. He has exclusive guiding territories on world-renowned Vancouver Island, British Columbia, in the wilds of the Yukon Territory, in the Sonoran Desert of Old Mexico and also in the heart of big whitetail buck country in Saskatchewan. Jim’s personal hunting experiences include travel to the most remote, wildest and most beautiful reaches of North America.
He has traveled for weeks by dogsled with the Inuit in the high arctic and climbed the Sierra Madres of Mexico looking for Coues deer. He’s spiritually “smudged” with the Beaver Cree and traveled the water roads of the Northwest Territories searching for caribou with the Dene first nations people. Jim has learned his tracking skills from the Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert in Namibia, learned to live off the land from the Aboriginal People in the Australian Outback and has “faced his lion” with the proud Masai warriors in Tanzania.
During the course of his adventures, he has taken numerous muzzleloading world records, including Stone’s sheep, bison, Roosevelt elk, Shirus moose, muskox, walrus, white-bearded wildebeest, Grant’s gazelle, steenbok and many more. He is the first, and only, hunter in the world to complete the “North American Super Slam” and “Ultimate Slam” using only a muzzleloader. Jim has published more than 1,000 adventure articles for virtually all of the largest outdoor magazines, produces videos and hosts his own adventure television show on Outdoor Channel.
Jim Shockey Hunting Adventures 4th quarter 2012
Monday 12:00 AM Eastern Time
Sunday 8:00 PM Eastern Time
Tuesday 8:00 AM Eastern Time