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 2:30 pm ET
 8:30 pm ET
 Thursday:  2:00 am ET
 Outdoor Channel

Remington Country

About the Show

Pairing a trio of true hunting experts with America’s greatest maker of firearms and ammunition to create the ultimate destination for outdoor viewers. Remington Country features three hunting professionals who aren’t just weekend warriors, they do this for a living 365 days a year. By spending decades in the field leading all levels of clients, they have seen just about every mistake a hunter can make and share this knowledge with the viewer. In every episode we will uncover the ‘behind the scenes’ moments for the three hosts to see what it really takes to get a client – or themselves – within range of a great trophy. Follow the show on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram and YouTube.

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Season 1

Filmed across three countries over nine months, Remington Country differs from other hunting shows by focusing on the heritage of hunting as seen through the experiences of three professional guides and their guests. Along the way, host Dan Harrison, Doug Larsen, and Russ MacLennan share insights, perspectives, and experiences, so viewers can be better prepared for their next hunt.



The Adventure Begins

Dan Harrison guides father and son Randy and Baily King on a backcountry hunt in Colorado, where Baily – who grew up hunting whitetail – looks to take his first elk. We also join Doug Larsen and friends as they hunt geese and ducks in Manitoba, known as North America’s ‘duck factory’.



High Plains & Low Deltas

Eastern Colorado has become a hot spot for trophy whitetail and mule deer, and that is where Russell MacLennan guides Renee Buller and her father, Steve LeBlanc, for a trophy buck. Then we head south to Tallahatchie, Mississippi with co-host Doug Larsen and Remington’s Matt Ohlson and Ed Mazzeo for a wingshoot in flooded timber.



Stalking Late Season Wapiti

Remington Country co-host Dan Harrison spends most of his fall season guiding clients to trophy elk, but this week he gets to take a busman’s holiday as he hunts for late season wapiti in New Mexico.



Two Down in Texas

Russell MacLennan and old friend Dylan Wallace are in southeast Texas hunting on a private low-fence ranch for free range whitetail and aoudad. The heat, terrain, and wild game all test these two experienced hunters to their limit.



A Vertical Challenge

After working hard as a North American big game guide, Dan Harrison spends his ‘off-season’ in New Zealand hunting for trophy sika and tahr. It’s a kiwi paradise for those who love the outdoors as Dan soaks in the scenery while being challenged by the cagey game animals and the rugged landscapes.



Days of Drought

Hunting guide Russell MacLennan shows his can-do attitude by hunting in adverse conditions throughout the southwest in search of a trophy. Russell tries his hand at mule deer, whitetail, coyote, and free-range nilgai in this epic quest.




Dan Harrison mentored youth hunter Kendall Martin for years, and guided her on many big game hunts in Colorado. For Kendall’s high-school graduation present, Dan takes her on the adventure of a lifetime by hunting red stag in the unforgiving terrain of New Zealand.



Manitoba Up

It’s a northern adventure in spring, as Remington Country co-host Dan Harrison tries for black bear – and possibly wolf – in Manitoba. No bait and no stands, as this is strictly a spot-and-stalk black bear hunt.



South Island Dreams

Dan Harrison enjoys the fruits of the South Island of New Zealand as he hunts for the stag of a lifetime in stunning terrain.



Dan Harrison

Big Buck

Bird Dog 

Duck Call 


 Russ Nebraska Buck


Dan Harrison

Dan Harrison

Dan Harrison is a veteran guide and outdoorsman and native Coloradan. Dan is also an expert tracker for trophy mule deer, elk and bear, having helped score numerous hunters into the record books over his 20+ year career. From horseback hunts, to five-star tent camps, to Boone and Crockett rankings, Harrison’s pursuits are a year-round passion and one of his greatest achievements is helping introduce over 300 youth and women to the ethical sport of hunting. Proficient in all firearms, no mountain is high enough, no snowstorm is wicked enough to keep him from his hunting destiny. And not one to let moss grow, Harrison also deals with various governmental agencies in providing, maintaining, and managing habitat on ranch land for endangered species. Follow Dan on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Doug Larsen

Doug Larsen

Doug Larsen has been duck hunting for 40 seasons. He first found work during his high school and college years as a waterfowl guide. He then progressed to becoming a shooting and fishing guide in both Alaska and Argentina. He has managed sporting lodges, enjoyed a fifteen year run as a very successful outdoor travel agent, developing over twenty international shooting properties. Doug has been fortunate enough to enjoy shooting in more than twenty countries-including countless trips to Canada and more than one hundred trips to Argentina. He has competed successfully in shotgunning and duck calling competitions locally and nationally. Doug hunts waterfowl over 50 days each season and manages one of the most productive private marshes in Ohio, with excellent puddle duck shooting on Sandusky Bay. He has written two best-selling books on waterfowl hunting, and is in the process of completing a third. Doug has appeared on numerous outdoor television programs, and was the host of Waterfowler’s Edge for two seasons in 2010-2011.. Doug’s column on waterfowling appears in each issue of The Retriever Journal, and his work regularly appears in Ducks Unlimited magazine. 


Russ MacLennan

Russ MacLennan has spent the better part of thirty years in pursuit of deer. He was born and raised in Eastern Colorado. He has always been more in tune with the outdoors than the indoors and it did not matter if he was chasing small game with a bbgun or grizzly bear in Alaska, he has always felt most comfortable in the field. He started guiding when he was 14 years old with a bird dog he trained himself. He owns operates multiple ranches in Colorado for both trophy class whitetails and mule deer and hunts several other states for deer each fall. Each fall he guides clients to some of the biggest bucks of their lives--and some of the biggest bucks taken in Colorado. He’s appeared on numerous TV series over the years, serves as the President of the Denver Chapter of Safari Club International, and owns the famed ‘Bluffs’ hunt club near Denver.