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Final Descent Outdoors is going into it’s fourth year of being a national hunting show and our fifth year overall. With staff scattered from Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Georgia, Oklahoma, and Texas we are yearly able to harvest some great deer and capture some amazing footage for our viewers to enjoy. We take pride in the fact that we are “average joe’s” just like our viewers. We are school teacher, firefighters, ministers, salesmen, truck drivers, and everyday folks. The goal of Final Descent Outdoors is to produce the absolute best outdoor television possible for our fans and feature our sponsors and their products that help make us successful in the woods. 

We are passionate about hunting but we are also passionate about our faith in Jesus Christ. In life as well as the show our goal is to make God look good. Furthermore, we are family men and God has called each of us to lead our families. Our spouses and children come before any hunting season. We want to allow our viewers to walk with us through the unforgettable moments, the laughs, and the heart breaks. Aren’t those the emotions that bring us back to the woods over and over again?

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Letting a 160" Walk

Brad Clay

Seems crazy doesn't it?  For most of us, a 160" whitetail is a buck of a lifetime.  Then to do it with a bow, that's even more incredible.  In 2013, Final Descent Outdoors pro staffer Adam Nicholas was hunting northwest Kansas with Homerun Outfitters.  We have had lots of success with Homerun Outfitters in the past.  After a slow start to the week, as it happens so many times, overnight everything changed for Adam on Halloween night.  

Adam was perched 20ft up in a cottonwood over a creek (in northwest Kansas trees are a rarity and when you find one, it's a cottonwood).  A great buck steps out down stream and begins making a scrape and a rub.  This buck is a poster child for Kansas bruisers.  Long main beams, tall tines, and a big body.  He didn't have a lot of mass but you can't let a buck like this walk...right?  Adam begins to evaluate the buck and though he has impressive head gear he doesn't think he is more than 3 1/2 and not yet mature.  

Filming this great buck Adam's estimation of the buck is confirmed, at least on being mature.  An old warrior begins to step out across the creek.  He looks like an old gladiator coming in for yet another battle.  Ears laid back, posturing the bigger racked buck.  First thing you notice is this buck has great mass and like many great warriors he is broken up.  His G2 on his right side is gone from a previous run in with a buck it would seem.  

Adam is anticipating a fight between these two bucks.  However, no fight occurs.  The bigger racked buck wants nothing to do with the old bruiser and quietly leaves his scrape and moves on.  The older buck goes to the new scrape and covers it with his scent solidifying himself as the dominate of the two bucks.  

A few minutes later Adam is able to arrow that big Kansas bruiser at 54yds.  So the moral of the story is this.  Not everyone has the privilege to hunt Kansas, or Ohio, or Kentucky, or another state known for producing giants.  Not everyone is A TV show host shooting big bucks across the country for a living.  In fact, most guys are weekend warriors.  They work hard so they can play hard.  With limited time in the field, it's hard to let those bucks grow, I get it.  So the trophy is in the eye of the beholder.  We encourage hunters to let young bucks grow but we don't want to ever put anyone down for taking a deer, this is suppose to be fun.  

Watch Adam Choose The Mature Buck!

As a faith based program so many lessons can be drawn from this this hunt, but what sticks out most to me spiritually speaking is my desire to seek maturity.  I would rather have a tree with deep roots than broad branches.  Colossians 2:7 says "Let your roots grow down into him, and let your lives be built on him.  Then your faith will grow strong in the truth you were taught, and you will overflow with thankfulness."  It's easy to choose broad branches in life.  They look impressive many times but maturity should be our desire in the woods and in life.

Out Of State Hunter Gives His Kidney to Kansas Landowner

Brad Clay

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You heard me right.  I had the privilege to meet Rob Robinson, a firefighter from Starkville, Mississippi on September 24th at a men's retreat I was speaking at.  Rob is a typical Mississippi boy.  He hates Alabama football and loves turkey hunting.  Rob began heading to Olathe, Kansas to hunt many years ago.  His sister moved there and he was able to stumble into some incredible deer hunting.  Like many of us, he saw the amount of turkeys in Kansas and decided to take up hunting Kansas turkeys as well.  Early success allowed Rob to actually take largest typical bird in Kansas history.  A score of 88 4/8 is still the record to this day.

Rob decided to head towards Northwest Kansas in search of rios.  He didn't know anyone in the area, just loaded up, drove out, and started knocking on doors.  By chance...nah, by God's appointment Rob knocked on the door of Kansas landowner Gil Alexander.  Gil allowed Rob to hunt and after a week he was able to get a bird down.  A few years later Rob headed back out and knocked on Gil's door once again.  This time Rob asked if he could pitch a tent in Gil's yard (in the past he had slept in his car).  Gil instead insisted that Rob sleep in the house, true country hospitality.  

Gil and Rob together after the surgery.

Gil and Rob together after the surgery.

Rob noticed that Gil was on dialyses.  Gil informed Rob that he was in need of a kidney transplant and his life was in jeopardy.  After the hunt Rob made the long drive back home and the Lord began to work on his heart.  Rob decided to be tested to see if he was a match for Gil, just a landowner he knew from Kansas who lived nearly 1,000 miles away.  Turns out Rob's kidney was a perfect match.  Rob informed Gil that he wanted to give him his kidney.  "It blew my doors off," said Gil, who appropriately named his new kidney Mississippi.  "I did a glory, hallelujah fit.  I stated crying and praising God and crying and praising God.  I didn't know what to think."
 

On November 26th of 2012 the transplant was performed and was a success.  Both men would say it was the best Thanksgiving they have ever had.  "I gave a gift to Gil, but I feel like I've been given a gift too," said Rob.  "It wasn't random at all.  God had a plan, it seems random, and in a sense it was, but it was meant to be."  Rob has since founded Forever Outdoors with the goal to promote organ donation.  You can follow Rob through Forever Outdoors on Facebook.

Link to Forever Outdoors Facebook Page

https://www.facebook.com/Forever-Outdoors-733804983319141/timeline/