Killer Episodes

Jace Bauserman

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Ensuring family legacies, traditions and good old fashioned family fun is His & Hers Outdoors TV. Honestly, it’s hard not to enjoy watching their show. This team exhales a breath of fresh air into outdoor television providing a true family-oriented approach. If you haven’t caught an episode either on the air or on their website at hisnhersoutdoors.com, I recommend you do it right away. If you’re not reading this on a Sunday morning before the show airs on Dish Network’s Hunt Channel 266 at 8:30 a.m. Eastern, then jump on their website and start watching some of their past episodes.

One of my favorites is Episode 5. While I won’t give away the farm and spoil this show for you, I will tell you that Jon Sissney and his cameraman head to Nebraska to match wits with the mule and whitetail deer that roam the Cornhusker States Sandhills. This episode depicts the struggles and joys that come with hunting unfamiliar ground. During his time in Nebraska, Jon uses every single day to learn more about his quarry earning him a chance encounter with the biggest buck he has ever seen on the hoof.

Another great episode that will give you a taste of what team His & Hers Outdoors TV is all about is Episode 2. On this show you will join Jon Sissney, Jason Smith and Texoma fishing guide Cody as the crew searches for monster blue cats. In addition to bringing fish after fish to the boat, Jason, Jon and Cody manage to catch some true studs in less-than-favorable fishing conditions. Later in the showJon returns to fish with his wife Stacy and eight-year-old daughter Maison. The crew has a great time and really brings across the joys that come with experiencing the outdoors as a family. You won’t want to miss this one.

Are these the only two episodes worth plopping down in front of your computer with a bowl of popcorn? Nope. His & Hers Outdoors TV strives to make every episode interesting and entertaining—giving you more of what you crave—great outdoor television that will suck you in and keep you coming back for more. For more information go to www.hisnhersoutdoors.com.

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