2015 Attractions
 

Dressed to Kill

DRESSED TO KILL is a reality TV Series that follows the lives of a group of female hunters through the inevitable ups & downs, victories & challenges we all experience at times in life. The girls that make up the DRESSED TO KILL Pro Staff are just “normal“ girls striving to balance or sometimes barely juggle a life of Hunting Big Game, making a living, maintaining relationships with family & friends & everything else life throws at them. In each episode of DRESSED TO KILL, you will witness some of the best hunts & biggest game all through the eyes of our attractive girls living their lives to the fullest on our Reality Hunting TV Series! 

The DRESSED TO KILL Reality TV Series takes you on a variety of hunts all around our great Nation. Our goal is to show you our deep-rooted passion for Hunting, Conservation & the Outdoors through a different set of eyes, the eyes of Women Hunters. Share our journey to the 4 corners of the world to track, hunt & take record-setting game. 

Share the passions & pressures of the pretty girls of DRESSED TO KILL. We handle our passions in our own unique way, with Bows & Guns…Bullets & Broadheads. We are Wives, Mothers, Executives, sisters, daughters & Hunters! We are Women that hunt! While we may rock the stilettos on a night out or veg out in sweat pants just hanging with the girls, we are hunters & we are DRESSED TO KILL!


Fred and Michele Eichler

Fred Eichler is a man of personal achievement.  His passion for bowhunting has taken him all over the world in pursuit of his next adventure.  Fred truly believes that any animal with a bow is a trophy.  His personal quest to complete the North American Super Slam with a recurve bow reflects that state of mind.  In mid August of 2009 Fred harvested a cow Tule Elk to become the first to take all 29 North American big game animals with a recurve bow and complete the Super Slam.  Fred has been fortunate enough to share his love and enthusiasm of the sport with fellow bowhunters across the country through his television shows and personal appearances.  If you ever run across Fred in the woods or at your local bow shop you’ll be greeted with a big smile and friendly handshake.  Bowhunting is more than a passion for him, it’s a way of life.  

Michele Musacchia-Eichler

Michele Eichler has been in the archery industry for over 25 years. She lives in Trinidad, Colorado, with her husband, Fred, and their three sons, Jeb, 14, Seth, 11, and Trent, 4. Michele has worked at Muzzy Products for over 25 years. She knows every aspect of the company—she started as the order clerk and worked her way up to CEO, a position she’s held for 10 years. Michele has been bowhunting since she was 12 years old and has harvested numerous animals with her bow, including 10 different North American species and six African species.


Mike Stroff

Mike, 31, was born on Camp Lejeune Marine Corp base in Jacksonville, NC. He grew up there and attended East Carolina University where he graduated in 2003. Mike is married to Christina Stroff and has a daughter Amelia Stroff who is four years old and son Michael who is 1 year old. Mike and his family now call South Texas Home where they run their hunting operation SOE HUNTS and Host Savage Outdoors TV.

Mike started in the outdoor industry at a very young age. His family owned and operated Flatwoods Outfitters, which was a shooting complex for rifle, pistol, shotgun, and also had 3D archery ranges. To complement the shooting complex, they had a gun shop, archery shop, and black powder store on site. As a young man, Mike learned the retail side of the hunting industry working in the family business.

Mike's family also owned and operated a commercial hunting lodge in South Carolina. He spent a lot of his teenage summers working there. They specialized in hog, deer, and turkey hunting. In the late 90's they sold their hunting lodge in SC and bought Bowlin Camps in Northern Maine, which was a bear, deer, moose, and fishing operation. During his college years, Mike spent his summers working at the lodge learning the ins and outs of the commercial hunting business. Upon Graduation from College, Mike moved to back to SC and started Black River Plantation specializing in hog, deer, and turkey hunting. During his stay at Black River Plantation, he started Southern Outdoor Experience TV and Black River Production Company LLC. After a few years of getting SOE TV off the ground, Mike and his family sold Black River Plantation, moved out to Texas, and started SOE HUNTS in Uvalde, TX.

SOE TV was on the air for almost 8 years on multiple national networks. During the years hosting SOE TV, Mike partnered up with Jamie Satterfield. Jamie, Mike, and Mike's dad headed up Black River Production Company, which has matured from SOE TV into the Savage Outdoors TV! Mike, Jamie, and Jacob host Savage Outdoors TV, which is based in Uvalde, TX.


Roger and Ayla

Roger Sigler, innovator and business entrepreneur for most of his adult life, has always been actively involved in animal training. As an active member of the German Shorthair Club, he field trialed his own dogs for years. In 1968 he started training professionally and over the next 38 years trained hundreds of dog. 

Sporting breeds were his specialty; pointers, shorthairs, setters, Labradors, etc. To expand his training as much as possible he spent every year for the next 25 seasons on the Canadian prairie with his string of dogs. His interests in training lead him to work in other training venues, such as Schutzhund, a German discipline focused on guard, obedience and scent work. Roger worked with many of the top scent dog trainers, nationally. He has spent hundreds of hours in seminars and hands-on courses with experts like Marian and Bob Bailey and Ogden Lindsley. He expanded his training knowledge by working with marine mammal trainer, Dr .Jennifer Hurley, Ph.D., at her Marine Mammal Training Center in Moss Landing, Ca. 

After years of study and all the while working with dogs, horses, and mules, Roger developed his own technique of animal training. Using no force or harsh treatment of his animal students, has allowed him to gain their trust and co-operation so that they enjoy the task that they are asked to perform. 

In 2005 Roger agreed to work with the inmates at the Kansas State Prison on a program called Safe Harbor. The program was designed to rescue dogs from shelters and prepare them for adoption and active family life. At any given time there were 50 dogs being handled by 35 inmates. He worked with the inmates and dogs to help them fit into society. He has also worked with others who had trained everything from bomb detection, drug dogs, and search and rescue. With such a diverse background Roger felt that it would be possible to expand the world of dog training into the sport of shed hunting. Normally in today’s high tech world, all one needs to do is go on line and get all the help they need, but that wasn’t the case with shed dogs. There was no information available. It was his thought that with his knowledge and abilities, certain breeds of dogs could be trained to find antler sheds and today he is proving his belief. 

He currently has 15 dogs at various stages of training. Roger was recently featured in North American Whitetail magazine and at seminars at the new Cabela’s outfitters, in Kansas City.  Read the article!