From day one Rugged Nation was founded with one mission- bring a new energy to the outdoors. The show will be hosted by G.O. Heath, whom is widely known for being one of the most upbeat, energetic and well respected men in our industry. The 2016 Season will be Rugged Nations' inaugural season, and it is destined to be one Exciting Ride! No stone will be left unturned, every limit will be pressed, all while chasing a wide range of big game in some of the most beautiful, challenging and rugged destinations in North America!
Rugged Nation is action packed hunting at its finest, and full of its fair share of dramatic roller coaster rides. Follow along throughout season one as G.O. leads you through one of the most rememberable seasons of his life!
Nacho vs. Lucky
Episode 1x3; Jan 20, 2016
G.O. Heath heads west to New Mexico to chase after an old sneaky Mountain Lion with good friend and Outfitter Brett Gastineau. Freezing temps, rugged terrain and 2:00 a.m. wake up calls make up an action packed episode you wont want to miss.
1x3: Nacho vs. Lucky
1x2: Florida Slam Part 2
1x1: Florida Slam Part 1
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