Mantracker (2006–2012)
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Mantracker adjusts his tracking skills to suit the California high desert abutting the Mojave. He's up against Chelsea, a volatile mix of smarts and instinct, and Trev, an entrepreneur. ... See full summary »



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Episode credited cast:
Terry Grant ...
Mark Murphy ...
Himself - Local Guide
Trev Pelzer ...
Himself - Prey
Chelsea Redwood ...
Herself - Prey


Mantracker adjusts his tracking skills to suit the California high desert abutting the Mojave. He's up against Chelsea, a volatile mix of smarts and instinct, and Trev, an entrepreneur. They hope their back-country experience and level headedness prevail. Written by Anonymous

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22 August 2009 (USA)  »

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She shouldn't have listened to the voices in her head!
19 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Another good episode! It's always amazing watch Mantracker (Terry Grant) follow the prey. He's able to spot the slightest evidence that someone has passed by a spot in the wilderness. He notices up turned plant leaves that indicate someone has passed, or that the dew has been knocked off so brush. He watches for things most of us wouldn't even think about. The prey frequently try to come up with ways to fool the Mantracker, like attaching the soles of old shoes backwards to bottoms of their boots in the hopes that Mantracker will think they're going the other way. I've never seen any of the tricks work. And for the most part the time they put into their tricks is complete waste. The prey in this episode are different from other episodes in that they don't know each other really well. In other episodes we see brothers and sisters, mothers and sons, and old friends. This pair are only acquaintances. The guy has is an outdoors-man and is in pretty good shape. The girl is in good shape physically; but is hindered by her supposed messages from the universe. She is half American Indian and thinks she's so dialed in because of her ancestry that she's getting messages from the universe. Her partner occasionally shows signs of frustration of dealing with her "connection" with the universe. And for someone with an Indian connection I was surprised when she came up with a barb wire trap across the road to slow up Mantracker; since this would hurt the horse. Thankfully it didn't fool Mantracker and he took a dim view of it. On one occasion when the girl followed one of her messages from the universe and went her own way. She would up on the same hill with Mantracker just above her; and her partner who didn't listen to the universe was well away from Mantracker. But the funniest thing was when the guy and girl got separated and she tried one of her "bird calls" to signal him. This got them both caught nearly immediately. And her universe failed her badly since they were caught 30 yards from a barbed wire fence that would have saved them, at least temporarily. She should have listened to her own common sense about topography, she'd have been better off. With the silliness about the universe talking to her; I have to admit I was glad when she was caught. I felt bad for the guy, but she was easy on the eye.

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