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  • From what I’ve seen; the experience of a conservationist-hunter and a family man during the hunting season, is spot on. The way it is protrayed is exciting and inspiring; I would imagine to hunters and non-hunters alike. Everyone has “their” passion that drives them and robs time from important things like family. Everyone should be able to relate. Hats off to Mark and the rest of the crew involved in the making of this hunting epic!

  • The last word made me think “yeah, a real man”! Fantastic story, breathtaking film from start to the last frames! Congratulations to Mark and the team!

  • Mark is my new favorite outdoor personality. If I have to watch one more high five, hug or listen to another war whoop I’m going to shut my tv off forever. Quiet,composed and thoughtful are great qualities of any man, and in doing so gives dignity to the game that he is seeking to kill. It’s not a game to the animals, and we should remember that when we pull the trigger or hit the release. I really appreciate the way mark conducts himself on film and his writing style. More of this is what our sport needs, not hillbillies shooting pigs out of helicopters.

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