Guys find me intimidating
This season, we see him travel to places like Florida, Hawaii and Crowsnest Pass to hunt diverse prey ranging from Toronto Roller Derby girls to a wild boar trapper. I've always really enjoyed the experience of travel and hunting out new adventures. Some of the biggest hunts I went on earlier in my life were hunting bighorn sheep in the mountains close to my home.
It'd be easier if I could shoot them, but laying my hands on them is an extreme adrenaline rush. Most guys are a little better at navigational skills so their lines are going to be more direct whereas women seem to wander a little more, so it's really hard to read what they're going to do. He was a grade above me so we didn't spend too much time together.For most "Mantracker" fans, it was hard saying goodbye to Terry Grant, the rugged outdoorsman who spent six seasons hunting human prey around the world. What initially made you want to travel and explore?But, there's a new cowboy in town, so fans had best make some room in their hearts for Chad Savage. When I was 10, I started to do some trapping and started to explore.The veteran woodsman from the tiny town of Caroline, Alberta, beat out 11 other finalists to fill the formidable Mantracker boots. Even though it was my backyard, we lived in the country.Savage, whose real last name is Lenz, has been a hunting guide since the early '90s, and honed his navigational skills with the Royal Canadian Air Cadets as a young man. I'd drive my mom kind of crazy, I'd take off all the time and she wouldn't know where I was and I'd be off in the woods a couple miles back just taking a look around.I read that Caroline is where Kurt Browning is from, is that true? His dad is one of the best-known outfitters in the area.
Is there anything else you think fans would be interested in hearing about? I was a big fan of Terry's too, so I can understand why some fans aren't so positive towards the new guy.
But I tell you what: once they watch the show and see a little more action and get to know me, I think they'll like it.
Some of the most confident and successful people in the world get tongue-tied when dealing with scenarios that they find intimidating.
I make friends easily, and I have a lot of friends. Being shy and lacking self-confidence don’t always go hand in hand.
The self-doubt you mention having when you do talk to guys is less an indication of low self-esteem and more an indication of shyness.
No guys ever come and talk to me and I don’t get why? A: While you say you lack confidence it doesn’t seem that way when you can frankly make statements like “I am very pretty” or “I have a good body” and admittedly have no problems making or keeping friends.