Down-N-Dirty® Outdoors presents "The Turkey Man"

Down-N-Dirty® Outdoors, makers of high quality, hand crafted game calls and accessories, made the announcement that they have teamed with the Pursuit Channel to bring "The Turkey Man" television series, hosted by Outdoor Hall of Fame member Eddie Salter of Down-N-Dirty® Outdoors.  The show will feature hunts for various species across the nation from Eddie and the rest of the Down-N-Dirty® Outdoors production crew.
“This show starts to bring to reality something we have wanted for a long time, but as a young, fast growing company, we knew we had to wait for the right time,” said Mark Coin, President of Down-N-Dirty® Outdoors.  “We knew when Eddie came on board last year that he would be a tremendous help to bring this project to life, and we are excited to let the viewers see how we do things in the field, and share those experiences.”
“I am very excited to be working on this project and see it come to life,” added Salter. “This is going to be a fresh new show that we think the viewers will love. We want to show the viewers all the old school AND new school tricks that make us successful in the field, all while providing quality and informative entertainment that keeps you on the edge of your seat.   And this isn’t just going to be a turkey show; we have some phenomenal deer and waterfowl footage as well, so we have something that appeals to all hunters, during all seasons.   And I’m sure there will be plenty of bloopers to add spice to it all.”
For more information on Down-N-Dirty® Outdoors, and to get demonstrations on the entire line of calls go to Be sure to visit the Down-N-Dirty® Outdoors fan page on Facebook. We'll also be at booth #445 at the NWTF Convention and Sport Show.
National Wild Turkey Federation
Founded in 1973, the NWTF is dedicated to the conservation of the wild turkey and the preservation of our hunting heritage. Through dynamic partnerships with state, federal and provincial wildlife agencies, the NWTF and its members have achieved a great success in restoring wild turkey populations throughout the United States, spending more than $372 million to conserve 17 million acres of habitat for all types of wildlife.
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