Warm Springs Productions today announced their new series for the hardcore hunter, Brad Farris’ Game Plan Presented by Primos, will premier Tuesday, July 2nd at 10pm Eastern Time. Hosted by recognized hunter and television personality Brad Farris, the series will be an in depth look into the mind of an expert hunter.
“Brad’s broad knowledge of the game he’s hunting and the right strategies for have a successful hunt have definitely come through in every element of this series,” said Marc Pierce, Managing Partner of Warm Springs Productions. “I believe viewers will truly feel a connection to Brad’s passion and dedication to hunting and be highly entertained by getting to delve into the thought process taking place throughout each of these hunts.”
Brad Farris’ Game Plan will take viewers through the hunting tips and tricks of one of the top hunters in the land. Each episode, Farris will head to a different destination where he’ll scout the animals, learn their patterns, and develop a game plan for success.
Throughout the series, Farris will cover everything from the management of the land to the best tips to bring in the game while racing against the clock to get an animal on the ground before his trip comes to then end.
“I cannot believe a year has past since I sat and discussed the idea of a new TV Series with the Warm Springs Productions crew,” added Brad Farris. “They wanted to create a show that focused on strategy and dug into the details of a hunt and, through this series, we have successfully incorporated the action and fun from the field with a whole new level of graphics that explains the situation while keeping the pace of the show exciting!”
Through groundbreaking, never before seen on outdoor TV graphics, viewers will get a glimpse into the mind of one of America’s most accomplished hunters as he describes in detail what he’s learning and why he’s making the decision he is.
Based in Missoula, Montana, Warm Springs Productions has experienced meteoric growth since its founding in 2008 and has grown its staff to over 70 employees. In 2013, the company will produce over 60 hours of television across various networks including Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel, Travel Channel, History Channel, Animal Planet, Discovery Science, National Geographic Wild and more.
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