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Raised Hunting is about an average American family that has used hunting as a platform to teach ethics and values to their family. The Holders share their North America hunting experience and use real adventures from their journeys. Raised Hunting captures the raw emotion that comes from an animal at close range, all while focusing on bringing you ultimate adventures with the highest regard to cinematography. Raised Hunting is the show that keeps you on the edge of your seat and looking for more when it's over. Most important, the Holders hope you will see them for who they really are

Raised Hunting is a Action & Adventure, Drama series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (46 episodes). The series first aired on June 30, 2014.

Raised Hunting is available for streaming on the Outdoor Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Raised Hunting on demand at Amazon Prime online.

Tuesday 1:00 PM et/pt on Outdoor Channel
5 Seasons, 46 Episodes
June 30, 2014
Action & Adventure, Drama
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Raised Hunting Full Episode Guide

  • What story could possibly overshadow taking your best friend on a quest for the largest typical whitetail you or him has ever seen? You will have to see it, to believe it!

  • When a son sets his sights on one particular deer, he finds that navigating his way through life is much easier than making a quick decision when you come to one of those crossroads in life.

  • Whether it's a camp dedicated to hunting, large corporations that supply hunting gear, or a few guys meeting to archery hunt in Arizona. All of them have one thing in common, They're all doing their part to share the culture, tradition and heritage of hunting.

  • The Holder's follow their friends, each on their own journey, but none of them realizing that at the end of the trail, they would all find the same thing.

  • Being a hunter means you must deal with being stereotyped. Warren and his girlfriend Alyssa show us, the feelings that come from hunting, are so deep and so strong, that they can take hunters well beyond any stereotypes.

  • A father's life long dream is finally realized, as him and his son look to arrow their first buck on their own piece of ground.

  • A couple that shares the Holder's passion for the outdoors, for each other and for the next generation of hunters, show us all how hunting can bring food to our table, but more importantly, how it can bring us together with a bond so tight, it can never be broken.

  • A Montana elk hunt, reminds a son just how important it is, to have the entire team present to accomplish a goal.

  • Normally, taking someone turkey hunting is no big deal, but when that person is younger than you and they are fighting for their life, it's more than a big deal, it's life changing, for everyone.

  • A new name from an old book, The Holder family is using the book "Where the Red Fern Grows", to convince David it's time to loosen up, on his "practical dad" philosophy. It's time for a new hunting dog!

  • We all live and hunt for different reasons. While antelope hunting in Wyoming, the Holder family accomplish's something they have never done, while learning a valuable lesson on why we hunt and what we accomplish is in the hands of one person YOU.

  • David is forced to punish Easton as Karin continues to hunt his favorite whitetail stands.

  • Fighting between brothers (Warren and Easton) is normal, but dueling to the death is extreme. A Nebraska turkey hunt for David and Karin becomes the way to teach the difference between friendly competition and playing only to Win.

  • When kids think technology holds the answers to better hunting, a dad shows his boys that the lost art of eye contact and speaking directly with someone is a far better method.

  • David takes a good friend (Tanner), his dad (Kevin), and family friend (Steve) on Tanner's dream hunt, for the Canadian Black Bear hunt to be a success, David and Tanner must both learn how to handle the fears we all deal with in life.

  • When the youngest member of the Raised Hunting family (Easton), finds fault in his schools spring break system, him and his dad (David) set out to send a message on why turkey season should be considered when determining the spring break calendar.