Definition of Spoor:
The love of the outdoors and fully experiencing your environment will lead you to spoor. The next time you are on a walk, really focus on the here and now. See beyond the grass and trees and you will find spoor. Any trace of man or beast is spoor. Fur, feathers, tracks, rubs on trees, these are spoor. Spoor is something you can follow to see their progress. Take a deep breath and the scents that fill your nose are also spoor. Put it all together and attack the track.
SPOOR on Sportsman Channel Canada June 28th
In our episodes of SPOOR, you will see how we explore, stalk and harvest wild animals in their native habitat. From predators to prey and bows to firearms, we have had many experiences that we would like to share with you.
Hunting, fishing and living it everday. Chad Gothard has pursued the outdoors all of his life. He is a man of many talents that will impress and entertain you.
Deb Smith-Jones and their two girls are Chad's best hunting buddies.
Halibut in the open ocean, salmon off shore and rock fish in the inlets.
Trout, pike and walleye in the rivers and lakes. We even had the opportunity to bow fish Prussian Carp in minus 20 degree Celsius.
My life has been devoted to hunting and fishing. From the stalk to the table I have learned every aspect of it. I want to share this experience with you and encourage you to join me in the outdoors.
My hope is that in sharing my adventures with you, I will inspire you to find your own adventures. Let's keep hunting and fishing and living it everyday.
SPOOR - ATTACK THE TRACK