8 Bowhunters You Need to Know

8 Bowhunters You Need to Know

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Some of America’s best-known figures are hunters: Daniel Boone, Theodore Roosevelt and even Jack Nicklaus. Likewise, the bowhunting world has a few celebrities of its own – people who are famous for their hunting prowess, knowledge and entertainment value.

These hunting celebs host TV shows, write books and are champion archers. Hunting celebrities also advocate for conservation and act as role models to bowhunters of all ages.

Through their media outlets, they share their knowledge on hunting, shooting and conservation. If you’re ready to up your hunting game, break out your phone and start following these eight bowhunters on social media.

Fred Eichler

If you ever run across Fred Eichler in the woods or at your local bow shop you’ll be greeted with a big smile and friendly handshake. Bowhunting is more than a passion for him, it’s a way of life. Photo Credit: Ammoland.com

Few people match Fred Eichler’s genuine and infectious passion for bowhunting. He is a traditional bowhunter who loves to have fun. Eichler hosts the TV show “Easton Bowhunting TV” and has completed the Super Slam – harvesting each of the 29 big-game species native to North America – with his traditional bow.

Cameron Hanes

You don’t have to be physically built like Cameron Hanes to enjoy archery and bowhunting. Anyone, regardless of age, gender or physical build, can shoot archery. Photo Credit: Cameron Hanes YouTube

Cameron Hanes is a strong advocate for being a fit hunter. Hanes is an author, fitness guru, and one of the best western hunters. His podcast, “Keep Hammering with Cameron Hanes,” is ranked in the top 10 on iTunes. In addition to being a bowhunter, Hanes is also an ultra-marathon runner. In 2016 he conquered the Bigfoot 200-mile race in Washington at the age of 48; he most recently completed a 24-hour race.

Lee and Tiffany Lakosky

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Lee and Tiffany Lakosky are known for their hit TV show, “Crush with Lee and Tiffany.” The show gives viewers a glimpse of their love for the land, the hunt and each other. Photo Credit: TheCrushTV via Instagram

Lee and Tiffany are known for their hit show “Crush,” where they chronicle their family life while farming and hunting. They live in the big-buck state of Iowa, where they carefully manage their property to produce world-class whitetails.

Samantha and Levi Morgan

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Since childhood, Levi and Samantha Morgan have been traveling the world competing in archery tournaments one half of the year and bow hunting with a vengeance the other half of the year. Their dream has always been to share their love for this sport with the world. Photo Credit: Bow Life TV Facebook

Levi Morgan might be the winningest 3-D archer of all-time, but his wife Samantha has him beat in big buck harvesting. On their TV show, “Bow Life,” they hunt and compete together on the professional 3-D archery circuit. Levi is currently attempting to complete the Super Slam with a bow.

Steve Rinella

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Steve Rinella’s work isn’t limited to writing and TV; he also champions for conservation and public land management. Photo Credit: Steven Rinella

Steve Rinella has written several critically acclaimed books, including “Meat Eater” and “The Complete Guide to Hunting, Butchering and Cooking Wild Game.” He is also the host of the “MeatEater” TV show and “MeatEater” podcast. Rinella shares his wild-game cooking and butchering expertise and teaches hunters how to prepare and eat all edible parts of an animal.

Rinella’s work isn’t limited to writing and TV; he also champions for conservation and public land management. He educates the public on wildlife and public-land issues to preserve hunting for future generations.

Eva Shockey

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With a combined passion for conservation and adventure, Eva Shockey is now a full-fledged ‘Outdoor Channel’ and ‘Wild TV’ personality and is quickly making a name for herself within the industry as a proud, female outdoorswoman. Photo Credit: WideOpenSpace.com

No other hunter has a social media following like Eva Shockey. She has more than 412,000 followers on Instagram and 1.2 million followers on Facebook. She is also the first woman in 30 years to be featured on the cover of Field and Stream magazine. Shockey is an author and a great bowhunting ambassador. She also markets her own line of bows through Bowtech.

Michael Waddell

celebrity bowhunters

Michael Waddell is known for his Outdoor Channel TV show, “Bone Collector.” The show chronicles the many hunting adventures of Waddell and his fellow Bone Collectors, Nick Mundt and Travis “T-Bone” Turner. Photo Credit: WideOpenSpaces.com

Michael Waddell is the hunting buddy we all wish we had. He is entertaining (even a good singer!), funny and a good hunter. Waddell is known for his Outdoor Channel TV show, “Bone Collector.” His energy and down-to-earth personality make him a fan favorite.

Remi Warren

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From a very young age, Remi Warren took to the mountains learning the land and the animals in it. Constantly pushing himself in the field to be the best and learned a lot of good lessons along the way. Photo Credit: SoloHNTR YouTube

Remi Warren is admired for his natural hunting ability by the best hunters in the world. He is a hunting guide, outdoor writer and TV host. Warren hosts the TV shows “Apex Predator” on the Sportsman Channel and “SOLO HNTR” on the Outdoor Channel. He’s passionate about wildlife conservation and sharing his hunting knowledge.

If you keep up with bowhunting, conservation and wild-game cooking on social media, follow these hunting celebrities and learn from the best in the business.

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June 28, 2017 at 06:45PM

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