Illinois Painter Goes for Monster Muleys on Sportsman Channel’s “Brotherhood Outdoors” on Sunday, April 5 at 11 a.m. ETApril 1, 2015
NEW BERLIN, WI (April 1, 2015) – On Sunday’s episode of Brotherhood Outdoors presented by Bank of Labor, Union Sportsmen’s Alliance member, Steve Lefaver, leaves his comfortable home in Montgomery, Ill. for the rustic, chilly surroundings of Lewiston, Mont. in search for his first monster muley. Tune in to see all the action on Brotherhood Outdoors on Sportsman Channel on Sunday, April 5 at 11 a.m. ET.
See a preview of the episode here.
Lefaver is the Director of Apprenticeship and Training for Painters District Council 30, Local 448 in Montgomery, Ill. After a challenging start to hunting in crowded public lands in the Chicago suburbs, Lefaver is beyond excited to hunt in Big Sky Country with Brotherhood Outdoors’ hosts Daniel Lee Martin and Julie McQueen. “Once I heard Julie McQueen’s voice asking if I would be interested in filming a hunt with her and Daniel Lee in Montana, I was super excited – and I didn’t necessarily believe it at the time!” exclaimed Lefaver.
Once he laid tracks on the nearly 7,000 acres of Bear Paw Outfitters, Lefaver’s excitement grew – and so did the cold. “I’m not used to covering this much land to track deer as we usually sit stationary in a treestand waiting for a deer to cross our path,” said Lefaver.
Learn more about Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s Brotherhood Outdoors and how to be a guest on an upcoming show at http://brotherhoodoutdoors.tv
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