Whackfactor Break-Out Adventures DVD
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the first DVD from the Whackfactor Outdoors team
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Sunday, January 24, 2010
The Whackfactor Outdoors Show represented at the 2010 Nations Outdoor Show in Chantilly, Virginia this weekend. We had a great time and met a lot of great people! It was a great opportunity to interact with other hunting enthusiasts from around the nations capital, and we received a lot of good feedback on our first production, Breakout Adventures.
Monday, January 18, 2010
Brian borrowed a long bow from his man love at SMECO, Rock, and has been practicing after work hoping to get comfortable enough to take it in the woods.... Brent and he took to the woods after a rabbit hunt to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday from work, and got to put his new skills to work!
With Brent behind the camera, Brian put the long bow whackfactor on a little doe quartering away at 15 yards, and watched her fall 40 yards away, with the Whackfactor Outdoors camera rolling! Good job Barefoot!
Saturday, January 16, 2010
While Ralph cooked up a varying assortment of gourmet foods, like shrimp, grouper fillets flown in from South America the day before, crab cakes, oysters etc... The Whackfactor crew shot up a nice mixed bag of Ruddy ducks, Buffleheads, Bluebills, and Canvasbacks! We had a crazy good time and captured it all on film!
Check Out the trailer of the hunt below, and look for the full hunt on our next video production!
Friday, January 15, 2010
Saturday, January 9, 2010
Saturday, January 2, 2010
The Whackfactor Outdoors team headed Accross the Chesapeake Bay for our annual late muzzleloader hunt on Maryland's Eastern Shore. We hunted public land, as we generally do. The weather was horrible but we made the best of it. Check out the 1/2 inch of ice on us and our gear!
Jesse:We hunted the first morning but had a tough time catching up with the wiley sika deer, With nosika sightings the first morning, we did a little scouting in some new areas and found some good sign. My camera man, Jeremy, and I set up for our evening hunt. We were overlooking a frag patch that was bordered by salt hay. In the past we had noticed that the deer were grazing on salt hay. We had high hopes for this spot, and soon spotted a nice 6 point stag about a hundred yards out in the marsh. I was able to get a good angle for the shot and dropped the stag in his tracks, making for an easy recovery. We got him loaded up in the boat and made the icy trip in to the boat ramp!