Orvis is, of course, a good emotional home for people who enjoy their outdoors in the most capital-intensive ways possible. So if you want to aspire to be a 'hunter' whose vest costs more than your neighbors' guns and whose gun costs more than your 'car', great. Don't plan on learning much new here, though, about how to hunt without the privilege of life-long know-how and a frequent flier account.
All of which would be fine if this were a viable media product. The audio is bad more often than its good, with the levels so far off you have to consistently turn down the volume for the host and turn it up for the guest. A fair bit of editing wouldn't hurt, either; keeping things a bit more coherent might help to dilute at least a little of the overflowingly ostentatious snobbery of the whole thing.