Steve Scott

Steve Scott is a reformed attorney, part-time college professor, and a full time outdoor communicator who is a passionate advocate for the cause of sportsmen, both in Washington D.C., and on his award-winning television series.

Recognized nationally as an advocate of hunter’s right’s, Scott is the producer and host of Safari Hunter’s Journal & Smith & Wesson’s Outdoor Guide airing online, in syndication, and on Sportsman Channel.

Scott has written for numerous magazines, periodicals, and websites in both North America and Africa, and as an advocate for the cause of sportsmen, he has testified before the United States Senate, the US House of Representatives, and theDepartment of Transportation concerning conservation, public land use, and sportsmen’s travel issues.

In service to the shooting sports industry, Scott has served on the board of directors of SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL, and is a past president of the Oklahoma chapter. He was SCI’s national director of the Sportsmen Against Hunger project for the Humanitarian Services committee, vice-chairman of the USA Shooting Team Foundation board in Colorado Springs, and chairman of the board of the Professional
Outdoor Media Association.

As an adjunct instructor, Scott taught in the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma for twenty years, and received the OU Athletic Department’s Most Inspiring Faculty Award.

Having been on over 100 international hunting trips, Scott has taken, among others, more than 70 African species including the African big 5 and dangerous 7 multiple times. Since 1998, he has hunted on six continents producing over 500 outdoor-themed television episodes.
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About You
I produce hunting television series/media content including Safari Hunter's Journal.
I am a
  1. Hunter
  2. Fisherman
  3. Other (hunting industry)
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Have you hunted in Africa?
Number of times I have hunted in Africa
My favorite African country
Cameroon, Tanzania, Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, RSA, & Namibia. Argentina, Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Rep., Mexico, Mongolia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Russia, Spain, Turkey
Species I have hunted in Africa
Approximately 70
My best African Trophy
Largest: Cape Buffalo w/rifle. 44" Lataba Ranch. Best? 18yo Nyati w/bow means more to me.
My favorite African trophies
Cape Buffalo w/bow; elephant w/handgun
What weapon(s) do you hunt with?
  1. Rifle
  2. Bow
  3. Shotgun
  4. Handgun
  5. Muzzleloader
  6. Other
Television Producer
Gear I cannot live without
quality optics & biltong
My best hunting tip
Bring half the clothes and twice the money
My other interests
Relationship w/God, my wife & children, hunters rights, landscaping, history