Ever Dream of Hunting BIG BUCKS?
If so, The Bucks of Tecomate TV show on Versus is for you! Join host David Morris along with Dr. Gary Schwarz and Tecomate’s Pro Staff, every week as they take you across North America in search of giant bucks and reveal the secrets of the Tecomate Management System used to grow so many monster whitetails.
2011 promises to be an exciting season. The Tecomate team hunted throughout North America, from Colorado to Georgia and from Kansas to South Texas, and
most points in-between. “We hunted our butts off. By the end of the season, which began in September in Kansas and ended in January in South Texas, all of us were as rundown as the post-rut bucks we were after,” said co-host David Morris.
Each show features three short segments – a management topic aimed at helping the hunter/manager be more successful in both growing and hunting big whitetails; a forum dealing with current controversial issues in hunting and management, and a segment showcasing BIG bucks with a story to tell – because in the end it’s all about the monster bucks.
The Bucks of Tecomate expands viewers’ perspectives about what is possible through serious, practical wildlife management and helps viewers realize their
deer hunting dreams where they both live and hunt. Centered on the revolutionary Tecomate Food Plot Strategy, the show wraps this paradigm-shifting management information in a fast-paced, entertaining format. Each episode features a hunt and information about whitetail management, behavior and biology. But above all, The Bucks of Tecomate captures the appreciation and sense of stewardship, true sportsmen and managers have for the land and its wildlife.
About Tecomate Wildlife Systems
How it began...A revolutionary new management strategy...
What was started back in 1993 helped open an exciting new chapter in whitetail management history. Lead by Tecomate, food-plot-based nutritional management was introduced to an eager market and soon the whitetail management scene was literally revolutionized. Managers were introduced to an entirely new strategy that allowed them to take control of management on their property and greatly increase the size and number of their deer in ways never before possible.