Travel to North Dakota to explore a unique hunting landscape and check out a piece of American history in this week’s all-new episode of Destination Whitetail, airing on the Sportsman Channel Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT.
The Destination Whitetail team enter the rolling hills and prairies of North Dakota looking for a whitetail nirvana. Viewers will meet George Berger of Bald Hill Creek Adventures, a habitat-making machine who has planted more than 100,000 trees on his property.
Berger’s property attracts a number of diverse species, including herds of white-tailed deer that winter on his property. Cameras join Destination Whitetail team member Brad Rucks and Berger as they venture out in pursuit of a prized in-velvet buck.
Along the way we take a step back in time as cameras unveil a lucrative secret hidden under the North Dakota prairie we are hunting. Tune in to find out how North Dakota’s underground missile command centers played a role in protecting our country during the Cold War.
Explore the varied hunting landscapes that the United States has to offer on Destination Whitetail, airing every Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT, only on the Sportsman Channel.
Destination Whitetail, produced by F+W Outdoors, premiered in 2012 on the Sportsman Channel. The series investigates the people, places and ways to hunt whitetail throughout North America. In the 43 states that have deer populations, their habitat varies as greatly as the traditions and methods used to hunt them.
Destination Whitetail goes behind the scenes with some of the outdoor industry’s most prolific personalities and learns how whitetails have contributed to their success. After its first season, Destination Whitetail was named a finalist for the 2012 Sportsman Choice Awards for “Best New Series.”
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