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Anthony Dickson’s


Lago di Carezza




Go afield with a good attitude, with respect for the wildlife you hunt and the forests and fields in which you walk. Immerse yourself in the outdoor experience. 

It will cleanse your soul and make you a better person.

                                                                                                                         Fred Bear.

meet our host,


An encyclopedia of wisdom imparted through the stories of one man: our lead host, Anthony, has an extensive portfolio of credentials and proven successes in various aspects of hunting.

Given Anthony’s track record of successfully guiding deer, bear, moose, turkey and caribou hunts for various sportsmen and women, it comes as no surprise to those who have hunted with him to also find out he is a multi-award winning game calling champion, whose credits include:

— 2 Canadian deer calling championships

— 2 Canadian turkey calling championships

— 1 Canadian moose calling championship

— 1 Canadian elk calling championship

— 2nd in the world moose calling championship for two consecutive years

Properly justified by his skill and experience in the outdoor industry, Anthony speaks with a warm and enlightening tone that any current or aspiring outdoorsman or woman will naturally find engaging.

With over 40 years of experience as an outdoorsman, the last 10 of which Anthony has been taking on a new, additional challenge: field producing his adventures for outdoor television programs. Included on his production list are:

- Brotherhood of the Hunt

- Hitmen Canada

- The Specialists

- Crossbow Magazine TV

An avid big game hunter, Anthony has also been fortunate enough to harvest trophy animals that qualify for:

- Boone and Crockett Club

- Pope and Young Club

- Safari Club International

Anthony keeps his archery skills sharp in the off season and has participated in many 3D archery competitions—with wins in both Bow hunter Unlimited and scoped crossbow divisions.

Sunrise over Mountains






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