With a great vibe of southern rock and Cajun blues backing the outstanding video, it won’t take long to realize you’re watching a whole new type of outdoor television show when you tune into the new “NWTF 365.”
“NWTF 365” showcases the wide impact of the NWTF’s upland conservation work and how that work helps bring you the best in hunting deer, quail, elk, waterfowl, doves and much more. "NWTF 365" is presented by Mossy Oak.
“NWTF 365” will take you along on hunts with dedicated NWTF members to pursue the most popular game species throughout the nation - from whitetails and elk to predators and waterfowl. Each show will capture the pursuit of a different game species at premier locations throughout the nation.
Every episode of “NWTF 365” also will feature expert tips and tactics from Mossy Oak’s Ronnie “Cuz” Strickland. With contributions from the best wildlife biologists and hunters across America, every episode of “NWTF 365” will feature a segment exploring critical topics and challenges facing hunters and the game they pursue.
“NWTF 365” will have the highest production quality, compelling camera shots and an upbeat soundtrack sure to excite viewers looking for hunting adventures that connect with their upcoming hunting seasons.
The one thing you won’t see on “NWTF 365” are any spring wild turkey hunts. “NWTF 365” will replace “Turkey Call” during the third and fourth quarters on the Pursuit Channel. Viewers will be able to watch all the great turkey hunting action in the spring when “Turkey Call” comes back for another season in January.
Viewers also will be able to watch “NWTF 365” online on the Pursuit Channel’s website. Each new episode will be available for viewing seven days after its initial airing.
Channel 604 PRST Channel 240 HUNT
Tuesdays: 5:30 p.m.
Thursdays: 1 a.m.
Sundays: 10 p.m.
All times are Eastern Standard Time
Be sure to check local listings for exact times and channel in your area.
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