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“The Bone Collector” television program gets BIG ratings.

One of 2009’s most anticipated new hunting television series, “The Bone Collectors”, reaches more viewers than first predicted in its introductory month. Much of the staff at Bowhunting.com believes it’s rightfully deserved, as it has quickly become one of our favorite new shows to watch. Check it out!

Overland Park, KS. – The new Bone Collector Television show on the Outdoor Channel has taken off to a flying start in its first month on the air. The show was rated #1 on the entire network, reaching 908,000 unique households during the month of January with a gross Nielsen rating of 3.07.

Hosts Michael Waddell, Nick Mundt, and Travis "T-Bone" Turner take the Outdoor Channel viewers across the globe in the enthralling, always entertaining "warts and all" style that Outdoor Channel viewers have come to know and love. Hunts of all kinds will be represented – bow, muzzleloader, shotgun, and rifle.

Michael Waddell is arguably the outdoor industry's most popular personality, and joining him in hosting Bone Collector is Nick Mundt – field producer, professional guide, and South Dakotan. Waddell and Mundt first met in Wyoming, and their easy-going demeanors and on-camera chemistry make for unforgettable footage. Rounding out the hosting brotherhood is Travis "T-Bone" Turner, the go-to-guy for anything archery, a constant cut-up, and the man with the uncanny ability to consistently take home big game.

The Bone Collector airs on the Outdoor Channel Sundays at 9:30 pm, Wednesdays at 1:00 am and Thursdays at 5:00 pm, Eastern time.

The staff of Bowhunting.com wants to know your opinion of the new television program, “Bone Collectors”. What are some of the things you like or dislike about this new series? As always, please leave your comments below. Thank you.

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  1. Justin Zarr says:

    I set my DVR the other day to record it, but haven't had a chance to watch yet. After the good reviews it's getting, I'm hoping I won't be let down!

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  2. I really like the show so far. I'm not much into gun hunting though, so I'd like it better if it was 100% by the bow.

    Otherwise, no complaints so far. Gotta love Waddell and T-bone!

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  3. Phillip says:

    Love the show one of my favorites!

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  4. Waddell and the crew really bring hunting tv to a new level. Mike really did a great job on exposing Travis T-Bone Turner, Nick Mundt, and the rest of the crew. Love the show!!!!

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  5. One of the best shows on T.V.

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  6. I just caught the show for the first time this past weekend and
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  7. John Mueller says:

    My main complaint is they don't spend enough time in the field or in the stands. Too much stand up comedy on a hunting show.

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  8. Ben / PA says:

    Great show. I am soo glad that T Bone is now prime time, it's been a long time coming. Mike and Nick are great too.

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  9. This is one of the few shows that I have set to record every week. Only reason is because it is new and a different approach on shows. All the other shows on tv now are becoming boring and they are all starting to look the same. I am sure this one will get put in that group down the road but for now I am enjoying it.

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  10. My 10 year old son and I met all 3 guys in Harrisburg, PA at the "outdoor" show in Feb. Got some pictures with them. They are very down to earth. He likes the show because it keeps you interested with their humor and hunting stories.

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  11. Bob Rodriguez says:

    Guys, I think the new show is a winner. Really enjoyed when Mike brought his dad on that Elk hunt out in Colorado. Hey is that really Michaels chopper in the opening shots of the show?

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  15. Hey Waddell, don't you think you need to connect up with a bone collecting preacher man in West Texas who is shooting a Hoyt?

    Love the sticks and strings shows best, and really enjoyed the cull hunt tonight.

    Love to do a cull hunt with you at Vatoville and show who can collect the most without smoke and bang – although I've taken em on 270 and 223 (does) just to show folks I can.

    I'm ready for the brotherhood!

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