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Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectFootage won't make an episode but we thought it was too good to waste. Had an amazing evening of close encounters… https://t.co/Zef9c5Owmh23 hours ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectMISSED a Facebook LIVE session?...no problem...Just click below to go to our Facebook LIVE playlist on YouTube and… https://t.co/vtED8Ip5HJ4 days ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectMISSED a Facebook LIVE session?...no problem...Just click below to go to our Facebook LIVE playlist on YouTube and… https://t.co/CLGSNqX64X4 days ago
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Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectHeading home today back to Canada. its been an amazing trip in Argentina with Patagonia Hunters and we can't wait t… https://t.co/gQj24Vxd3U1 week ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectBeing Canadian, it's not often we get to do an evening hunt. But Host Dean Trumbley managed to harvest a vischaca w… https://t.co/VAuyzV6C5G1 week ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectRT @sportsmancanada: A great way to unwind after all of the sportsmen’s shows is to watch @triggereffecttv TODAY at 3pm PST, 6pm EST and 7:…1 week ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectRT @cwtfederation: Help us welcome the newest CWTF Chapter the BC Mountain Merriam’s Chapter in Prince George. President - Richard Tipper…1 week ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectHost Kent Michie harvests this amazing black buck with Patagonia Hunters in Argentina. Congrats! Bushnell Federal… https://t.co/ZQQSYiZ79Y1 week ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectYou follow us on Facebook, you're halfway there. Don't forget to enter our waterfowl contest to film with the crew… https://t.co/nO581kWiBG1 week ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectMany new Chapters this year for CWTF Canadian Wild Turkey Federation like this one in BC CWTF British Columbia… https://t.co/03HUHOlO9i1 week ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectLive from Argentina https://t.co/ESZUX3RZcv2 weeks ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectHeaded to LaPampa, our last stop on this amazing Argentina tour with Patagonia Hunters and our NANUK Case by Plast… https://t.co/e4Gg69ZckI2 weeks ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectDue to no coverage in the back country, this will be rescheduled to Friday March 15th. Live from Argentina. Hope t… https://t.co/q9lBNUvDF12 weeks ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectRT @sportsmenshowTO: Do you have a question for a Conservation Officer? They will be on hand to answer your enforcement inquiries at booth…2 weeks ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectHappy Monday everyone ☕ #moose #winter #outdoors https://t.co/mMA4SG7MIB2 weeks ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectBeautiful morning for a waterfowl hunt. smacked down some speckled teal, silver teal, yellow billed pintail, and so… https://t.co/dAWeaWdYxK2 weeks ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectOne of the best things about hunting is meeting new people and learning about their culture. The love for the outd… https://t.co/qW6dDu3rA13 weeks ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectIt's been a great few days off the grid. Host Kent Michie harvested this great axis deer with good friend… https://t.co/QDYbO6qbLn3 weeks ago
Bushnell's Trigger EffectBushnell's Trigger EffectThis episode jumps around the Canadian prairies as various members of the team harvest some beautiful whitetail dee… https://t.co/otNdE6SZyN3 weeks ago

Bushnell’s Trigger Effect breaks the standard mold of hunting adventure TV shows.  Although our Hosts and Pro-Staff provide high-quality outdoor adventures in every episode, we also focus on the hunt before and after the trigger is pulled with a high-value on education. There is more to hunting than just the stalk and taking of the harvest.  

The show draws from the diversified outdoor education and experience of the two Hosts.  The Bushnell’s Trigger Effect team was carefully selected to ensure that the production was well-rounded in not only being able to offer the viewer a great cinematic experience but also provide multiple perspectives of expertise from within the entire outdoor industry.  Dean, Kent and their Pro-Staff have all enjoyed very successful professional careers in the outdoor sector and now bring that experience to Bushnell’s Trigger Effect.

Dean Trumbley
Host
Dean Trumbley is a former professional biologist and a proud father of five children. Dean grew up in the southern interior of British Columbia, Canada and started hunting and fishing at a very young age with his father and grandfather. Dean is no stranger to the hunting and fishing industry as his grandfather Smokey Trumbley was a hunting/fishing celebrity on TV, radio and in the newspapers from 1970-1980’s. As a biologist (trained in both wildlife and freshwater fisheries), Dean has conducted over 75 studies and also worked at the federal and international levels including a 3-year period with the Canadian delegation on the United Nation’s – Convention of Biological Diversity.  Besides being a biologist, Dean also was a professional big game in his earlier years. As one of the Hosts for Bushnell’s Trigger Effect, Dean brings a unique skill set to the show as an accomplished research level biologist with a strong compliment of big game guiding and life-long hunting experience.
Kent Michie
Host
Kent Michie was born and raised in rural Manitoba, Canada in a small farming community of less than 500 people. Kent’s country up bringing has imprinted upon him a real love for nature and all things wild. Like most Canadian boys, Kent has a love of hockey which enabled him to attend North Dakota State University on a scholarship where he received an Applied Sciences Degree in Wildlife and Fisheries.  After his post-secondary education Kent moved to British Columbia, Canada.  Kent enjoyed a 25-year career as a professional big game guide throughout western Canada. While in British Columbia, Kent started a successful taxidermy business which he continues to operate today in Manitoba.  As one of the Hosts for Bushnell’s Trigger Effect, Kent brings amazing experience to the show as a life-long professional guide with a biology background.