Earlier this Spring, Carson Wentz tweeted “Check out our first #WentzBrosOutdoors video!” And what followed was an avalanche of questions surrounding the quarterback’s 11-minute film of him and his buddies participating in the snow goose conservation season in Arkansas.
Wentz explained his hunting show venture to a crowd of nearly 300 people when he came back to Fargo this summer. Hunting has been a passion for the Philadelphia Eagles starting quarterback since college, and he wanted to share his experiences in the wild with his fans.
He said, he and his brother Zach, bought camera gear and began filming and editing their own videos this offseason. The two went on a trip to New Zealand this winter and have released two of the three videos of their hunting adventure on their YouTube page, “Wentz Bros Outdoors.”
The page has more than 2,200 subscribers and more than 55,000 views on their six videos.
“I think from some people, they’re surprised by the quality of the shots that we get,” said Zach Wentz, who has been handling the video editing. “It’s been very well-received.”
The future is uncertain for Wentz Bros Outdoors, Zach Wentz said. Although, he said there is some potential tying in the videos with the newly launched Carson Wentz Audience of 1 Foundation.
For now, Wentz fans will have to stay tuned to see where the bros will end up next.