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Country Goes Huntin'™ was born of humble beginnings and continues to grow each year because of the humble hearts that contribute to its success. The brainchild of childhood buddies, Sam Klement and Rhett Akins, Country Goes Huntin'™ was designed to bring together two Southern passions-country music and hunting-to make a difference in people's lives.
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Country Goes Huntin' receives MVP Award of Excellence
Thursday, 28 January 2010 13:25
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One of the most challenging things that I have to deal with is picking the right recipient for the MVP Award of Excellence. In every issue, life seems to present itself at the last hour and the right recipient shines like a star for me to see. This award is as big as any award, but this one is extra special because it is for the glory of the great outdoors. 
Ben Platner of Timberland Outfitters invited me to his deer camp and he mentioned that he had some big things going on. Ben mentioned the names of some country music people, but they didn’t register to me, heck I can’t even get my own kids names straight!
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Rhett's buck makes Mike Hanback's Big Buck Zone
Thursday, 28 January 2010 13:23
10/26/2007
While there are any number of music stars or professional athletes who are avid sportsmen, few (with the notable exception of Uncle Ted as in Ted Nugent) have done as much to promote the sport of hunting as country star Rhett Akins. Rhett, a former University of Georgia standout QB and Number 1 hit recording artist, scored a big personal hit in the hunting world recently when he arrowed this massive, typical 8-point in Illinois. 
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Rhett Akins buck is one for the record books!
Thursday, 28 January 2010 13:19
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Rhett and Sam were invited to hunt in Illinois by Ben Plattner owner of Timberland Outfitters. Ben invited CGH co-founders up to see what the great state of Illinois has to offer in hopes of bringing CGH-non profit up in the future for the first ever CGH "deerHunt". While there Sam/Rhett were busy meeting with key Ill. Game & Fish officials as well as media representaives from both radio/print. They obviously wanted to experience the bowhunting first hand as well. Rhett's Monster buck might be the biggest free roaming 8pt ever shot on camera with a bow and arrow.
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Fisher's ATV World Heads To Country Goes Huntin'
Thursday, 28 January 2010 13:18
4/19/2005
Brian and the crew recently packed up and headed south to Dothan, Alabama for the 4th Annual County Goes Huntin’ benefit concert. This charitable event benefits the Wheelin’ Sportsmen (NWTF) and was founded by country music artist Rhett Akins and hunting pro Sam Klement of Spectrum Outdoors. Some of Country’s biggest names showed up to take a “Tom” and lend their vocals for a worthy cause
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Country Goes Huntin' 2005-Part 4
Thursday, 28 January 2010 13:13

4/1/2005
Realtree Online Stories by Stephanie Mallory 
DOUBLE-BARREL DARYLE

One of the event's participants, country music star Daryle Singletary, earned the nick name "Double Barrel Daryle" during last year's event for missing two turkeys on camera, and after missing another bird during the first part of the 2005 event, it looked as if his luck wouldn't change.

I was really down in the dumps after missing another bird during the 2005 hunt," Singletary says. "But luckily, I shot one the day of the concert. I decided not to tell anyone until that night. When I got up to perform, I called all of the country singers and hunters up on stage. Then, I played the clip from last year of me missing both of the birds. Everyone was yelling, 'Daryle, you s_ _ _!' Then we aired the footage of me finally shooting a bird. Everyone went crazy!"

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