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Spring Bruin Hunting on The Revolution with Jim & Trav

Featured Guests: Eva Shockey, Mike Stroff, Polaris

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By: The Revolution with Jim & Trav

Spring is in the air and so is the scent of bear, and that's why the boys and Mrs. Bunny are geared up and headed out for a little Spring Bruin Hunting this week on The Revolution with Jim and Trav presented by Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network. The Revolution show details: field judging spring bears, where and what time to hunt, looking for and reading bear sign, plus game and fish regulations on baiting, tag quotas, and a complete overview of different methods of downing these giants. Furthermore, Mrs. Bunny will address practicing common sense in bear country, how-to avoid bear attacks, and what steps should be taken if a bear attack does occur. It’s all happening this week.

Eva Shockey of Jim Shockey’s Hunting Adventures, Sundays at 8:00 p.m. ET on Outdoor Channel, joins the boys for a fun, fact-filled, two-part interview that'll definitely leave you wanting more. Outdoor Channel's viewers are drawn week after week to Eva's infectiously positive attitude and growing obsession with all things outdoors and family. Eva, in recent years, has skyrocketed to stardom and fame, but she's endured more than her fair share of intense criticism, satire and deplorable threats. Through it all, Eva has stayed enthusiastically devoted to championing the hunting, fishing lifestyle and to encouraging today's youth to venture out of their comfort zones and into the woods. And in a world where insincerity and scandal reigns, Eva's moral compass has stayed unquestionably true and pointed in the right direction, with her main focus on God and family. Eva, and her husband Tim, have an exciting May bear hunt planned with her father, Jim Shockey, on Vancouver Island where 20'' skulls are often the norm. She'll also talk about her new partnership with Daniel Defense, exciting new episodes of Jim Shockey’s Hunting Adventures that are fixing to air and so much more.

Mike Stroff of Savage OutdoorsTuesdays at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on Sportsman Channel, will get your heart racing when he relives and tells the tale of his Alaskan Brown Bear hunt that he took with Willow Air out of Willow, Alaska. Willow Air offers fully certified and fully insured air taxi services and that was Mike's second outing with them. Mike was armed with nothing but his bow, on that particular hunt, and he was hunting in one of Alaska's predator management areas that not only allows baiting, but same day hunting as when you fly in. Mike's tundra Brown Bear hunt is legendary, at best, and it will leave you pining for 'The Last Frontier'. Be sure to watch Mike Stroff on Savage Outdoors Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on Sportsman Channel, to get your weekly outdoor fix.

Donna Beadle from Polaris kicks it into high gear when she talks about the all-new 2016 Sportsman BIG BOSS 6X6 570 EPS. The BIG BOSS has a newly integrated passenger seat and backrest and multi-use passenger hand holds that double as Rack Extenders. Donna explains that the BIG BOSS 6X6 570 EPS is a surefire workhorse and its ability to haul 800 pounds in its Anti-Corrosive Dump Box makes it the perfect fit for hunters that are looking to carry some heavy cargo. It also features a 2-inch receiver with a 1500-pound towing capacity and the industry's only 6.5 gallon integrated Dry Storage. Donna, too, will hit up the FULL-SIZE and CREW Polaris RANGERS and their infinite line of accessories and capabilities. So, whether you're a casual hunter or a die-hard outdoorsman/woman, Polaris has everything you'll ever want and need, and at a price point that's just right. You don't want to miss Donna's interview or to spend another summer without a cool ride from Polaris.

The Revolution with Jim & Trav - 4/7/2016

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