NEW BERLIN, WI (June 16, 2015) – Justin “Iron Man” Greshko and Team Grenda face daunting obstacles in this week’s episode of Sportsman Channel’s Shed Wars. A spring snowstorm sweeps through the Rocky Mountains causing “Iron Man” more trouble than he bargains for and the Grendas are in for a surprise when Adam struggles to land their bush plane. Shed Wars airs exclusively Thursday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Sportsman Channel.
Greshko risks driving onto muddy roads to reach a location he has never shed hunted before. The unpredictable weather brings sheets of snowfall and after deeming the remainder of his trek too dangerous, he decides to head home. The spring snow takes its toll on the roads, and Iron Man’s vehicle won’t budge in the mud – leaving him stranded.
As the shed season progresses, Adam and Tana Grenda continue to fly their bush plane to easily locate antlers from the sky. But this week, the couple realizes their once helpful tactic could become dangerous. “The wind must have switched to a tailwind and we were moving way too fast across the ground to land,” explained Adam Grenda. “I came in too hot and I [couldn’t] get the plane to land. We [were] going to overshoot and run into the fence at the end.”
Viewers also will catch a glimpse into the buying and selling of sheds, as Fish prepares to meet with “Antler Man” – one of the most well-known antler brokers in the country. Fish’s pile of sheds weighs in at nearly 4,000 pounds, but he worries tensions will rise if they can’t see eye to eye on pricing.
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