Big thanks to everyone who voted for us! Because of you guys we were lucky enough to bring home a Sportsman Choice Award for the second straight year! This year we won the ‘Full Draw Award’ for best bowhunting show. We are very fortunate to have an incredible group of very talented individuals involved with the show that make every day so much fun. Thanks again!

The winners are listed with the finalists below each category:

Best Hunt Show: Muddy’s Midwest Whitetail with Bill Winke – WINNER Hosted by Bill Winke, Produced by Midwest Whitetail Productions
BackCountry Quest TV
North American Whitetail
Pig Man: The Series
Territories Wild
Whitetail Properties

Best Shoot Show: Guns & Ammo– WINNER Hosted by Craig Boddington, Produced by InterMedia Outdoors
Davidson’s Galley of Guns
Personal Defense
Tac TV

Best Fish Show: In-Fisherman – WINNER Hosted by Doug Stange, Produced by InterMedia Outdoors
Addictive Fishing
Flats Class TV
Fly Fishing the World
One More Cast with Shaw Grigsby

Best Combination Show: Brotherhood Outdoors – WINNER Hosted by Tom Ackerman, Produced by Warm Springs Productions 
Beau Knows Outdoors
Coming Home with Greg Stube
G3 Sportsman
Respect Outdoors

Full Draw Award: Heartland Bowhunter – WINNER Hosted by Michael Hunsucker, Produced by Mammoth Media 
Arrow Affliction
Bowhunter TV
Easton Bowhunting
Muzzy Bad to the Bone Bowhunting

Best Show Host: Brian “Pig Man” Quaca with Pigman: The Series – WINNER , Produced by Track Ten Productions
Chris and Casey Keefer – BackCountry Quest TV
Fred Eichler – Easton Bowhunting
Haley & G.O. Heath – Family Traditions
Stan Potts & Gordon Whittington – North American Whitetail 

Best New Series: Hallowed Ground – WINNER Hosted by Joe Sir, Produced by Hallowed Ground Outdoors
A Hunter’s Life
Major League Bowhunter
Nock On TV
The Amateurs

Best Show Intro: The Bear Whisperer– WINNER Hosted by Blaine Anthony, Produced by Nature Productions
BackCountry Quest TV
Pig Man: The Series
The Fowl Life with Chad Belding

Animal of the Year: Whitetail Deer from Whitetail Properties – WINNER Hosted by Dan Perez, Produced by November Studios
A Hunter’s Life (Alaskan Bear)
Easton Bowhunting (Canadian Moose)
Solo Hunters (Big Horn Sheep)
The Zone (Mule Deer)

Fish of the Year: Northern Pike from BackCountry Quest TV – WINNER Hosted by Chris and Casey Keefer. Produced by Rusted Rooster
Fly Rod Chronicles with Curtis Fleming (Peacock Bass)
In-Fisherman (Bull Redfish)
Brotherhood Outdoors (Montauk Stripers)
Fly Fishing the World (Shark)

Shot of the Year: Stone Sheep Shot from Christensen Outdoors – WINNER Hosted by John Mogle, Produced by Christensen Arms
G3 Sportsman (Double Turkey Shot)
High Country with Jason Matzinger (Backcountry Elk Shot)
Long Range Pursuit (Utah Bull Elk Shot)
Territories Wild (Woodland Caribou Shot)

Moment of the Year: Fighting Whitetail Bucks from Savage Outdoors – WINNER Hosted by Mike Stroff and Jammie Satterfield, Produced by Black River Productions
Africa with Craig Boddington and Ivan Carter (Cape Buffalo Charge)
Family Traditions with Haley Heath (Gunner’s First Deer)
On Your Own Adventures (Bull Elk Shot from Close Range)
Where in the World is Colorado Buck? (Casey’s Surprise Hunt)

Sportsman of the Year is presented to our nation’s veterans to commemorate the service and sacrifice they have given us. From our founding to the present, America has been tested time and again, and our democracy — and our love of liberty — has not only survived, but thrived. They exemplify the steadfast courage that demonstrates why our armed forces are second to none and the finest on the planet. Sportsman Channel has asked Tom Taylor, co-founder of Honored America Veterans Afield (HAVA), to accept the Sportsman of the Year award on behalf of our armed forces and our phenomenal veterans.

The HAVA vision is the creation of a small organization of volunteers from the shooting sports industry to facilitate a series of hunting and shooting activities for groups of disabled veterans wherein personal attention of the sponsors and facility operators contributes to the veteran’s sense of joy and accomplishment, and a permanent awareness that marvelous things are possible despite disabling injuries. These veterans have given their full measure of commitment to the preservation of their country’s values, and deserve America’s contribution to their healing process to whatever degree necessary to accomplish physical, mental and cultural rehabilitation.