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Brian 'Pigman' Quaca

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Brian 'Pigman' Quaca (Born 1972) is the outdoor television host for the reality television show Pigman: The Series. Quaca initially gained fame in the outdoor industry by using his gunsmith skills to build weapons for hunters across the nation. As his reputation and following grew, Pigman decided to launch the reality television series that is now being show on The Pursuit Channel and The Outdoor Channel. The show was launched in 2009 and is still very popular today.[1]

The Beginnings[edit]

Brian 'Pigman' Quaca began his long journey of becoming an outdoor television personality right out of trade school. He had gained a name for himself by using his knowledge of guns to help others turn their rifle into an extremely accurate and powerful firearms. He then began taking his clients on guided hog hunts in Texas, chasing huge wild boars. He used his skill and energy to turn each hunt into one that his clients would never forget. With time and reputation, Brian Quaca soon become known locally as the 'Pigman'. Brian soon found himself making hunting videos and selling them as DVD's. His following continued to grow until 2009, when he decided to become a full time outdoor television host.[2]

The Accident[edit]

On December 26, 2014, Pigman and his dad were traveling through Colorado when they hit some dangerous roads and flipped their Ford Excursion down an icy cliff. The accident severely injured Brian, putting him in the hospital for several weeks. The doctors found that Brian had many injuries, including brain swelling, bleeding of the brain, rib fractures, skull fractures, facial fractures, and partial vision loss due to damage of the right eye[3]. The doctors were skeptical that Brian would make it out of the hospital alive, with an almost certainty that he would never be able to hunt again.

Pigman Rising[edit]

After multiple days in the hospital and multiple surgeries, Brian was determined to get back afield with his bow or gun in hand. There was only one problem: Brian shot his bow right handed and was now mostly blind in his right eye. This made it impossible for him to shoot his bow the way the he had done his whole life. This issue only motivated Brian to find new ways to get back to the field to capture the moments that his fans love most. Pigman practiced many different new methods of shooting his bow before he found that using his left eye paired with a modified right handed setup was the way to go. He also became extremely accurate in using his left eye to shoot a right-handed handed handgun. Brian was so determined that he had began filming and airing episodes 5 months after his accident[2]

Game Pursued[edit]


Awards Won[5][edit]

  • 2010 Sportsman Channel Best New Series (Host/Executive Producer)
  • 2010 Sportsman Channel Host of the Year
  • 2011 Sportsman Channel Host of the Year
  • 2012 Sportsman Channel Host of the Year
  • 2013 Sportsman Channel Host of the Year
  • 2014 Sportsman Channel Best Big Game Series
  • 2015 Sportsman Channel Event of the Year - Aporkalypse (Host/Executive Producer)
  • 2017 Outdoor Channel Best New Series - Just Junie (Executive Producer)
  • 2019 Outdoor Channel Best New Series - The Voodoo Crew (Executive Producer)


  1. PIGMAN, Brian Quaca THE. "PigmanTV". Retrieved 2019-12-22.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Pigman: The Series". Sportsman Channel. 2018-08-21. Retrieved 2019-12-22.
  3. SargentJune 1, Micah; 2015 (2015-06-01). "Watch Brian "Pigman" Quaca's Triumphant Return to TV". Wide Open Spaces. Retrieved 2019-12-12.
  4. "Pigman: The Series". Sportsman Channel. 2018-08-21. Retrieved 2019-12-22.
  5. Quaca, Brian. Personal Interview. 22 Dec 2019

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