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ScoutLookWeather.com Hunting Pro Staffer Tom Miranda Becomes First Person Ever to Complete North American Super Slam – All on Camera

May 31, 2011

SYRACUSE, N.Y., May 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Pro Staffer for www.ScoutLookWeather.com and the bow hunting world’s elite hunter, Tom Miranda, reached a new pinnacle this month by concluding his quest to harvest the Super Slam of big game animals with a bow. The last of his 29 animals, recognized by the Pope & Young Club, was fittingly the coveted desert bighorn sheep. Unquestionably, the North American Super Slam remains bow hunting’s highest achievement with few having ever attained the goal. Miranda not only triumphed, but also became the first person to capture every hunt on camera for the hunting public to enjoy.

Always looking for the next big challenge, personally and for his audience, Tom decided some 13 years ago to seek the ultimate challenge by pursuing the North American Super Slam. With a cameraman at his side and his bow in hand, Tom trekked across remote areas of the continent. After many blown hunts due to bad camera angles and animals being out of view, Tom was finally able to do what no one had done before him. Miranda will receive the coveted Super Slam award presented by Grand Slam Club/OVIS at the Hunter and Outfitter Convention in Las Vegas on February 22, 2012.

See Tom’s photos of his desert bighorn and other harvest photos at: www.ScoutLookWeather.com under hunting.

Currently, Tom Miranda Outdoors produces seven different hunting shows. As a native Ohioan, Tom’s appreciation for big whitetail deer is well known. His upcoming shows “Whitetail Country” and “Territories Wild” will air on the Sportsman Channel beginning in July, and on NBC Sports (VERSUS) beginning August 2011. For more information about Tom Miranda and his shows, visit: www.tommiranda.com.

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