The Bullocks wonder if they made a dangerous mistake agreeing to participate in the Yourens' "rodeo with no rules." Meanwhile, the Korell brothers race against the clock to build a tree fort in time for Cody's son's birthday.
The Korell, Bullock and Youren men team up to build a bridge over a deep ravine in the back country, but Matt's plans for destroying the old bridge could blow the plans to smithereens. Meanwhile, the women meet for an intense shooting competition - with an unusual choice of weapons.
Matt steps back into the rodeo ring after a 20-year hiatus. His kids are thrilled, but his wife, Amanda, is terrified! Meanwhile, the Korell and Bullock kids learn vital survival skills during a family wilderness trip.
The Bullocks' mother invites her sons to join a fast draw shooting competition, but Trent resists. Will he give it a shot for mom's sake? Plus, the Korell brothers face off on the firing line, and the Yourens try to trap a tricky raccoon.
Sibling rivalry rules as Kidd and Harry face off at the rodeo to see who's the better bronc buster. Meanwhile, Chris Korell puts his life on the line when he joins his daughter Sydnee on an overnight kayaking adventure.
The Bullock brothers have one last chance to keep a high-paying client. Will their wives be able to step in and save the day? Meanwhile, the Korells try to turn their boys into men with Idaho-style preparation for bronco busting.
Chris Korell gets caught off guard when confronted with the real cost of his anniversary, and Matt continues the tradition of teaching his boys to hunt in a highly unorthodox way - with their uncles as prey!
The annual town festival takes a turn for the worse when the Korell brothers deliver a low blow to the Yourens. Plus, Harry Youren serves as a beauty pageant judge and creates a stir when he poses some unexpected questions.
The Korels, the Bullocks, and the Yourens try to settle once and for all which family is the best at outfitting. But rather than challenge each other to real hunting and camping events, they come up with a crazy collection of challenges... including a madcap horse drawn chariot race! And when more clients than expected show up, the Korells have to take drastic measures to keep their guests happy.
For some women it's shoes and for others it's purses, but for Brenda Bullock, pigs are the biggest temptation. Can Brenda control herself at the local pig auction or will husband Travis have to face even more additions to her rapidly expanding collection of tiny squealers? Meanwhile, out in the wilderness, The Korrel brothers are forced to question their decision to team up with the unpredictable Yourens as an outfitting trip with paying clients?is in danger of getting out of hand.
The three families are forced to work together when an important trail is blocked by trees and debris. But which set of brothers has the best solution to the problem: the slow but steady Bullocks, the modern-minded Korells or the highly unpredictable Yourens? And back at the Youren Ranch, Kelsey faces her own challenge; taming one of Harry's wild horses.
The Korell, Bullock, and the Youren families travel to the annual Salmon Select Horse Sale in northern Idaho to compete in a day packed full of western-style events. There's riding, roping and mule racing for the adults and even a wolf-howling contest for the kids. The day of showmanship culminates in the big horse auction where Harry Youren tries to sell his feisty new stallion for big money.
Kelsey sets up her brother-in-law, Harry, on a blind date. But will Harry's awkwardness and his brothers' presence on the big night ruin everything? Meanwhile, the Korells and Bullocks herd and brand cattle in exchange for hunting rights on a ranch, but things go south when they discover a sick calf.
The wives take to the river for their annual "no men allowed" fishing trip, and with his wife not around there's nobody to stop Matt from embarking on his dream home improvement project... laying wood floors in the living room. But instead of calling in an expert, Matt's determined to cut, lay, and finish the floors himself with a little help from his brothers. What seems like a well thought out plan quickly unravels, and Matt discovers that he may have bitten off more than he can chew.
Chris Korell and his wife Randi face a difficult dilemma; their 17-year-old son Lafe, is determined to get the family brand singed onto his chest. Knowing he'll probably end up doing it at his first college party, will Randi and Chris abandon their parental concerns and supervise this extremely painful procedure themselves?
Idaho's Payette River winds its way through the lives of the Korells, the Bullocks, and the Yourens, just as it did their ancestors before them. They now meet once a year for the Payette Plunge, a two day white water rafting race to see who can do their family proud. The Korells have won the past two years, but this time the Yourens have a secret weapon: Kidd's wife, Kelsey. As a professional river guide, will Kelsey give them the edge they need to finally beat the Korells, or will the Bullocks come out of nowhere for their first win in history?
When a rogue wolf kills cattle and threatens local ranchers, the Korrell, Bullock and Youren men team up on a dangerous hunt. Will they agree on a strategy for taking down this deadly predator -- or will the lone wolf outsmart them all?
The Yourens help Kelsey navigate a wooden raft through the Payette River rapids. But will the raft be smashed to pieces along the way? And the Bullocks are stuck in the back country with anxious bachelorettes about to miss the wedding.
Things heat up when the Bullocks help build a wooden archway at Chris Korell's ranch. And the Yourens move a rancher's cattle in exchange for hunting rights, but Matt's offer to blow up a beaver dam leaves the deal up in the air.
The pressure is on when the Youren boys organize an old-school 'Friday Night Team Roping' but will their dad, Dusty, approve? Later, tempers flare at the competition when their sister stirs up some deep-seated sibling rivalry!
Chris and Cody Korell take a client on an elk hunt using a primitive weapon that's definitely hit or miss - and if the client doesn't bag an elk, they don't get paid! Meanwhile, Trent Bullock helps the Yourens bring down a silo that might be filled with explosive gases.
Meet the Youren, Bullock and Korell families, who have been competing with each other for over three generations while running rival outfitting businesses.
Amidst the majestic mountains of Idaho, three boisterous, fun-loving families of outfitters have been living, laughing and competing with each other for three generations. The Youren, Bullock and Korell families all run rival outfitting businesses, taking clients deep inside the country's last great wilderness.
Experienced outdoorsmen work to protect the lives of men and women working on the edges of society, using non-lethal techniques and expert knowledge of animal behavior to keep them safe from the dangers of the wilderness and it's inhabitants.
NO LIMITS follows pro wrestling champion "Showtime" Eric Young as he tests the limits of outdoor adventure. Follow Young as he showcases adrenaline-fueled adventures that take him to the edge of his comfort zone.
Long before railroads and big rigs crisscrossed the Alaskan tundra, fur trappers and loggers traversed Alaska’s treacherous rivers and coastline using massive log rafts. Today that way of life is almost extinct. But, along a remote stretch of the Yukon River, there are a few folks who continue this dangerous practice. They’re holding tightly to the traditions of generations past, even if those traditions could very easily cost them their lives.
Strangers find themselves stranded in some of the world's most remote areas with no water, no tools -- and no clothes. As their extreme survival skills are put to the test for 21 days, each pair must battle the elements, each other, and their own inner weakness to triumph over the terrain and their predicament.
In Alaska is a region known as the Triangle - 200,000 unforgiving miles where more people go missing per capita than anywhere else on earth. ALASKA MONSTERS follows a team of native outdoorsmen as they take on the challenge of exploring the Triangle’s treacherous terrain to prove native monsters are linked to these disappearances.
Four experienced teams of mountain folk head out into the Smokies searching for coveted and federally protected Ginseng. Because the harvesting of wild Ginseng is a heavily regulated trade, it is also highly competitive and territorial.
Award-winning pool designer Lucas Congdon and his Lucas Lagoons crew create breathtaking outdoor living spaces. They tackle crazy challenges in the quest to build natural wonders in everyday backyards.
They are some the toughest, most extreme survivalists that Alaska has to offer. Going head to head, eight men of a rare breed are about to take the ultimate test of survival in Arctic conditions that only National Geographic could inspire. Dropped in the middle of the Alaskan wilderness by bush plane, with only their raw, mountain-man ingenuity, they'll navigate through treacherous glaciated river valleys, barren ridgelines, and high mountain peaks, battling hunger, hostile predators, and perilous weather conditions along the way. Like the original National Geographic explorers, for those who succeed there is no grand prize, just the well-fought pride of having conquered the grueling challenges that Mother Nature can throw at them. It's an epic competition series where the only prize is survival.
Wicked Tuna North vs. South is back for Season 2. New England’s best bluefin tuna fishermen venture south to North Carolina’s treacherous fishing grounds, the Outer Banks, where they battle the local fleet for the ocean’s most lucrative prize. A single giant bluefin can be worth more than $20,000 but the dangerous waters, small quota and explosive rivalries make the Outer Banks, nicknamed “The Graveyard of the Atlantic”, the most challenging place in the world to catch these elusive fish.
Wicked Tuna follows a group of salty fishermen from the nation's oldest seaport, Gloucester, Massachusetts, as they make their living the way it's been done for centuries—rod and reel fishing, one catch at a time—all in pursuit of the bluefin tuna.
In Glouchester, Massachusetts, the most skilled fishermen set out in the frigid waters of the North Atlantic in hopes of catching the valuable bluefin tuna. When one bluefin can bring in as much as $20,000—they'll do whatever it takes to hook up.
The Kilcher family lives on a 600-acre homestead in Alaska. For four generations, they have lived off the land in a subsistence lifestyle. With another brutal winter quickly approaching, the entire homestead struggles to stockpile enough meat and firewood to last. See how they not only survive, but thrive on Alaska: The Last Frontier.
The Kilcher family lives on a 600-acre homestead in Alaska. For four generations, they have lived off the land in a subsistence lifestyle. With another brutal winter quickly approaching, the entire homestead struggles to stockpile enough meat and firewood to last. See how they not only survive, but thrive on ALASKA: THE LAST FRONTIER.
In Canada's Northwest Territories lies an isolated frozen lake where people reside free from taxation and the rule of law. Get a look at a world free of regulations where fearless men and women battle hunger, perilous terrain and the constant threat of freezing to death just to live off the grid.
The Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (AIMS), founded by John "Trapper" Tice, are hot on the trail of mysterious creatures lurking in the Appalachian Mountains. They are on a mission to eventually capture legendary beasts such as the Mothman, a lizard demon, the Wolfman and more, or prove they don't exist.
In a historic special edition of "Running Wild with Bear Grylls," Bear takes President Barack Obama on an adventure in the Alaskan wilderness. We will see the Commander in Chief as we've never seen before, as the two men traverse a dense forest and walk across a glacial outwash at Alaska's famed Exit Glacier, where they observe the remarkable effects of climate change first hand. From wild salmon and catkins tea made with melting glacial water to s'mores, Bear gives the President a true taste of Alaska. Their off-the-script chat reveals the President's thoughts on his official duties, family life at the White House, parenthood and his own faith.
In this hour-long alternative series, "Running Wild with Bear Grylls," the famed adventurer and survivalist will take six celebrities into the most remote and wild locations in the U.S. and around the world for a 48-hour journey of a lifetime.