Sarah Palin lends her patriotic passion in hosting “Amazing America,” a new show on the Sportsman Channel. The show targets anyone interested in hunting, shooting and fishing and focuses on unique personalities and their activities.
When the show was conceived, the concept was to illustrate colorful people and places previously unknown to many. The common thread linking each episode is in the show’s title. The program celebrates and spotlights interesting Americans who, through their creativity or heroics, do incredible things.
Sarah was drawn to this opportunity because it was a show about America, and she’s a huge advocate for hunters and defenders of freedom. Ahead of the April 3rd premiere, she shared some time with Guns & Ammo to answer a few questions.
- <h2>Do you still get outdoors to hunt caribou or fish with the family? </h2>Absolutely! The outdoors is where I thrive. Todd and I went fly-fishing in Montana last summer and caught some beautiful rainbow trout. We’re commercial fishermen in Bristol Bay, so we don’t normally play with our food. So, sport fishing on the Missouri was a blast. We also did mounted shooting while there, and Piper loved that. She was a regular Annie Oakley. And, of course, we did a lot of moose, caribou and bear hunting in Alaska this past fall to fill the freezer. My girls and I even spent a special snowy Mother’s Day target practicing and looking for bear at our cabin near Mt. McKinley.