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In the Footsteps of Harvey Caplin #7265385 08/23/18 04:55 PM
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Every year when I am shooting an episode for CARNIVORE, I know when we are onto something special. It may not be the most exciting hunt or we may not capture the most rare footage of a predator...but you know when you are on a great story. This weekend, we will air the best story from the 2018 season when we follow "In the Footsteps of Harvey Caplin".
Harvey Caplin was known as the "horseback photographer" and traveled across the Southwest capturing photos of Cowboys, Indians and landscapes that graced the covers of magazines such as THE SATURDAY EVENING POST. While Mr. Caplin passed away in 1984, I was fortunate enough to meet his daughter, Abby at the Ranchers Club in Albuquerque, NM where many of his great photos are on display. Ironically, I have and continue to hunt many of the huge ranches and Indian Reservations where Mr. Caplin rode many years ago.
I hope that you will tune in as I know you will enjoy this episode on CARNIVORE.
Thanks and Adios,
Gary

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That sounds like a great episode, Gary. I'm looking forward to it.

Last week's episode of hunting the ranch for the last time sure hit home. I'm sure most of us could feel your pain.

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Originally Posted By: Choctaw
That sounds like a great episode, Gary. I'm looking forward to it.

Last week's episode of hunting the ranch for the last time sure hit home. I'm sure most of us could feel your pain.

I only caught the last 10 minutes of the show and was wondering why he said a couple of times, this is the last time on the ranch. could someone enlighten me.


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It was the last time because we are no longer leasing the ranch. I will continue to hunt in West Texas but most likely not there. Thanks for watching!
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Gary

Re: In the Footsteps of Harvey Caplin [Re: gary roberson] #7267068 08/25/18 02:21 PM
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I just watched the complete episode and it is plain to see why our producer, Brian Hawkins has won three National Emmy Awards. By the way he also shoots for another show that you are familiar with...Texas Country Reporter.
Adios,
Gary

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