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Netflix Just Released Hunting Shows Gun Owners Will Love

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The great thing about modern entertainment is streaming on demand. There are more shows and movies available on services like Netflix that cater to specific genres. One of those that might be of interest to firearms enthusiasts is shows about hunting. Now, you can catch quite of few of them on Netflix anytime.

Instantly, you can be transported to the woods on adventure trips of a lifetime following the footsteps of experienced hunters bagging incredible game. Watching these shows can inspire you to challenge yourself on your own next big hunting trip.

Here are a few hunting shows and a documentary movie to tune into on Netflix that will surely impress you.

The Women Who Kill Lions

This is a 2016 documentary movie about two big game hunters, Rebecca Francis and Jacine Jadresko. They travel to Africa to prove that hunting isn’t just a man’s game. It goes into all different hunting trophies from lions to giraffes and bears, oh my! These women definitely know how to handle a big weapon.

Great Wild North

This is a one season show with eight episodes about fur trappers in Alaska and the Yukon. It profiles different men and women who hunt through the frozen tundra of the region trying to make a living. They are only allowed to hunt in the dead of winter, which makes conditions and life on the hunt very difficult. It’s a pretty compelling show to watch what these brave hunters go through each year.

Meateater with Steven Rinella

With seven seasons already underway, Steven Rinella heads this popular show that aims to demonstrate just how thrilling and interesting hunting can be. They go on many different styles of hunts, including the high desert mule deer, moose, sage-grouse, and even some exotic fishing of black piranha and vampire fish. That’s just a few of the hunts from this past season. This is the most globetrotting of all the hunting shows on Netflix that feature all different types of animals and some guest stars Steven brings along with him.

Chasing Monsters

A show that has two seasons so far, it’s lead by Cyril Chauquet who is a well-known fishing adventurer from Canada. He seeks out some of the biggest and baddest sea creatures around. So if you are a fan of big ocean “hunts” this sports fishing show might be entertaining for you.

The Wild Chef

Chef Martin Piccard turns the Quebec backwoods into his own personal pantry. He actively hunts game like moose, muskrat, and other wild creatures and then turns them into tasty meals. This show has two seasons under its belt already. Chef Piccard wants to try to hunt meat that he’s never tasted before. This is very in-depth on the process of hunting in the deep cold of winter with his adventurous crew.


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