Mission AK Heads to Allegheny Whitetails for Jordan First Whitetail Experience

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This is the video from this past weeks events over the2011 Thanksgiving Holidays.

This webisode features Jordan and team Mission AK, as they head to Allegheny Whitetails in Northern Pennsylvania. Jordan is hunting with traditional archery equipment, true “stick and string” style for her first big game harvest opportunity. Allegheny Trophy Whitetails Hunting operations specialize in trophy Whitetails ranging from 120-300 inches. Join Jordan, August, Austin, and Greg “Master Guide” Manelick live on the hunt in this buck Oasis, stalking a monster.

Click the link below to see Jordans first whitetail experience, watch the video to see if she gets to arrow the monster buck we are stalking…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiTneuDTcMk
Be sure to check back to http://www.missionak.com this late December 2011 for the finale webisode of Jordan’s first Whitetail experience. For more information on the hunting area checkout Allegheny Trophy Whitetails homepage at http://alleghenytrophywhitetails.com/ or contact Greg at greg@alleghenywhitetails.com, Lodge telephone 814-706-1631.

For information on the camouflage used check out www.hiddenantler.com.

4 thoughts on “Mission AK Heads to Allegheny Whitetails for Jordan First Whitetail Experience

  1. Totally awesome I’m so proud of you 2.I hope you are safe. Miss you both so much!!!. It looks like you are really having a great time. That’s so super!!

  2. Love the guy from India, I’d really love to meet him. hwo cool would that be, maybe you could invite him here to Alaksa and then go see him in India, “swap”hunts maybe have a contest for some lucky kid or kids or young hunting group to accompany each of you respectively!!! a group of young Indian hunters in Alaska and a group of young Alaskan hunters in India!! What a great idea for a show!! Am in awe of what you have started, sending some pics of some Alaskans spreading the importance of youth hunting,and having real family time putting food on the table. People who practice wildlife and wildland preservation and conservation while enjoying the great outdoors. Amazing, this family hunts and survives in the wild together. Mother and daughter bonding alone, hunting and getting 2 trophy bucks after watching them fight to nearly the death in the throws of wooing the one remaining doe not yet impregnated…You know me , I find it so bittersweet, I hate to see life snuffed out, but I get the need for hunting. It makes me rejoice with you when I meet other people who respect our amazing wilderness and the beasts in it. So cool you are bringing hunters and hunting styles from around the world into your blog..We are all so so different yet so so alike.. What a cool concept. One of these days a producer will recognize the diamond in the rough you and your ideas are and want to show the whole world. I really think it would start a whole new revolution. A whole new slant on hunting and living off and in and for the land. Not to mention the sharp contrasts that distinguish yet unite us world wide in our survival on this planet. …..”Deep thoughts by MOM”

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