You know Blake Shelton as a country music superstar. You know him as a host on The Voice. Here is a chance to meet a different side of Blake – a passionate hunter, a longtime conservationist and someone who loves introducing new people to the great outdoors.
In this episode, Blake shares that his late brother was the person who got him started hunting early in life, (and also interested in music). Blake shared some of the challenges he endured during his first few years hunting whitetails in Oklahoma and how those experiences helped to shape his great appreciation for wildlife conservation.
Hear about Blake’s favorite way to hunt turkeys; some of his favorite turkey hunting memories with host, Matt Morett; his thoughts on Pennsylvania’s first-ever upcoming Sunday Hunting opportunities; his involvement with wildlife conservation efforts in Oklahoma; how he’s occupying his time at home during the COVID-19 outbreak and plenty more.
As much as Blake loves to hunt, he explains how his rush nowadays comes from taking someone hunting for the first time and introducing people of all ages to the great outdoors that he knows and loves. He shares that someone doesn’t need to harvest an animal to be passionate about the outdoors.