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Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinOh boy!! This is going to be awesome!! https://t.co/ZH0fq3Wcga8 hours ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout Huntinhttps://t.co/Qe9rnCu27f1 day ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinAnother one of our Killer Food Plots we helped frost seed. This one is at Wally's honey hole. It's looking good a… https://t.co/6LkLawhsE32 days ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinHmmm, lot's of packages arrived today....must be Groganix and Soil Defender from Killer Food Plots. Looks like it… https://t.co/bndw2HTVzT2 days ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinWe've got another video to share from this past spring turkey season. We had a slow start to the morning this day,… https://t.co/68KaxDy6s22 days ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinTurkey season may be over but there's lots of editing to get caught up on from the last week. New videos on the wa… https://t.co/TJqqtNw4oe3 days ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinA full day of critters on this day in the turkey woods! David and Dennis enjoy a lot of sights as they continue th… https://t.co/wFI7CcPJgk4 days ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinWell the storms have held off so far. Had plenty of gobbling and hens yelping and cutting. Now its silent. De… https://t.co/LlaqG7Qq6n7 days ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinIt's in the upper 20's to low 30's. Feels like we should be huntin the rut. But we're chasing turkey in the lates… https://t.co/WzTNej9sds1 week ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinIt's in the upper 20's to low 30's. Feels like we should be huntin the rut. But we're chasing turkey in the lates… https://t.co/2Y2wX0IPIE1 week ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinWhy We Plant Killer Food Plots | Wild Bout Huntin https://t.co/WpQOUR3W4M via @YouTube1 week ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinIt's grilling time! Hope you are all enjoying, staying safe and thanking those for the freedoms to do just this an… https://t.co/PeuYREU5Wo1 week ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinHappy Memorial Day. We are out this morning. Thank you to our military today, past and present. #outdoors… https://t.co/Am2LcHDLTH2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinHappy Memorial Day Weekend! Enjoying the deck after working outside all day. Food plot looks great. Thank you to… https://t.co/z3aYbgPplf2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinListen to the most recent episode of my podcast: Episode #3 - Recap of NY Turkey Series https://t.co/yx855ACmPc2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinI'm recapping my New York turkey trip in the latest #TheHuntinLife Podcast. https://t.co/c24y9ikMsE2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinWhy do plant Killer Food Plot seed blends? This is why! This is the best our plot has looked yet in our third yea… https://t.co/DvvqhzDyB42 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinDoing a little before work recon on a missed gobbler in the latest video. #TheHuntinLife #wildbouthuntin https://t.co/MuYr5zKHgb2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinWell we haven't posted because ain't much to post. Not having luck. Anyone else doing better than us? #outdoors… https://t.co/uSm71EYA0Y2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinFinally some good weather....now we just need the turkeys to cooperate. #outdoors #hunting #wildbouthuntinhttps://t.co/9nEUk1rVDv2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinLongbeard at 20 Yards in the latest video!! See how David makes out with this gobbling tom! #TheHuntinLifehttps://t.co/zZTFEYyBpy2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinOkay, it is May 21st right? Yes, that is a fleece cap this morning. It is not cool when it is a cool 33 degrees… https://t.co/fBmkP6JfOB2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinNew video finishing up right now. Watch for it tomorrow on the YouTube channel! #outdoors #hunting #wildbouthuntinhttps://t.co/YCLOIRL4KW2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinCheck out my @anchor podcast, #TheHuntinLife , now on PocketCasts! https://t.co/Fqbgs77aAJ2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinIt is quiet this morning but the view is simply amazing! #outdoors #hunting #sunrise #wildbouthuntin #TheHuntinLife https://t.co/XZrxjcha4Q2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinThird and final day in New York. Gobbles are close and on public!! #wildbouthuntin #TheHuntinLife https://t.co/G0pPKWYcXM2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinThird and final day in New York. Gobbles are close and on public!! #wildbouthuntin #TheHuntinLife https://t.co/xqfOqxq16R2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinWhen you can't kill 'em, you watch The Hunting Public kill 'em! #outdoors #hunting #wildbouthuntin #TheHuntinLife https://t.co/hWhvrKQZkQ2 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinDay 1 in New York is now up on our YouTube channel. It's not gonna be easy and we're social distancing too!!… https://t.co/QUBNTaZze23 weeks ago
Wild Bout HuntinWild Bout HuntinDay 2 of New York. Birds were gobbling and seemed like maybe a chance...Wiley Coyote had other plans.… https://t.co/gCG0dGbEpv3 weeks ago

Wild Bout Huntin was created in 2006 as an idea to showcase the love of the outdoors between friends and family. It began as a hobby that stemmed from a passion to hunt and chase wild game. To learn about their habitat, how they think, what they eat, the different seasons and the animal’s behaviors. Filming was part of that adventure and added an additional challenge to the formula.

It wasn’t until the fall of 2013 when it became a more serious venture and a goal to create a television series. But with that goal came learning, much more necessary equipment and some hardships and bumps in the road along the way.

Handling all of the shows entire editing/production, creator and host Dennis Ganc juggles family, a full-time job and Wild Bout Huntin everyday. A task that has proven rewarding, challenging and stressful at times but his passion for the outdoors continues that drive to better his vision for each season of the show.

He relies heavily on a cast of team members that haven proven the same drive and passion and have had to learn the entire concept of hunting with a camera and filming for tv in a very short time. Team Members David Ganc, James Sharp, Wally Boyle and Kevin Tarapchak have been with the show since Season 1 and together have produced some exciting stories over the past several years.

Building the business side of the show has been alot of hard work and the most recent launch of the Wild Bout Huntin website in January 2017 was a big part of that thanks in part to b.a. multimedia and Blaise Arlotto out of Hazleton, Pa. Creating a site that portrayed all aspects of the show, the team, the partners, video content, photography, ability to contact us and the Outdoor Shop online store. Here we showcase everything you need to know about Wild Bout Huntin and the ability to purchase some amazing apparel and partner products.

We are proud of who we are, five hard working friends, family that love to hunt, fish and be outdoors. We pride ourselves in a lot of do-it-yourself hunting to connect with the demographic market of hunters who are just like us. Young, old, children, women it doesn’t matter; our goal is to educate you, entertain you and help you either continue that passion or hopefully introduce you to that passion we have for the outdoors.

We look forward to seeing you outdoors!

 

Air Timesest
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM

Dennis Ganc
Host
Dennis Ganc grew up around the outdoors with his three brothers, hunting and fishing with their Father and Grandfather. His first deer was a nice 7 point taken on the family farm with a Winchester .32 Special. That day solidified his passion for the outdoors and the hunting lifestyle! Over the years he and his brothers would learn the woods from time spent with their Father and Grandfather, what to look for, where to place stands and personal experiences.

Dennis knew he wanted to make this more than just a hobby, but a way of life. As an outdoorsman patience and perseverance are key. Throughout his career, Dennis has worked in many fields which he credits to making him the well-rounded man he is today. His passion of sports carried over to his love for Health & Fitness.  Being a smaller person, having to train folks bigger than he, confidence is a must! That confidence carried over to where he is today, currently working as the Director of Marketing & Education for an Ambulance Service.

Both these paths require fast, quick thinking and decision making for the outcome to be positive. When he leaves his office behind and heads to the woods, this doesn’t change. In the woods, one needs to be alert and aware so not to miss a very important sign that might make or break your hunt. These are the traits that make him the outdoorsmen he is and continues to be today.