Melissa Bachman is famous for her accomplishments as a sport hunter and outdoors enthusiast. She appears on the Sportsman Channel's TV show "Winchester Deadly Passion."
Melissa Bachman grew up in central Minnesota, immersed in the hunting and fishing lifestyle. She graduated with honors from St. Cloud State University with a degree in television broadcasting and Spanish. After her graduation, Melissa began working as a TV intern. Shortly thereafter, she was offered the opportunity to become a producer for a hunting show, where she would travel across the country while writing, producing and filming the adventures of other hunters.
After her stint as a producer, Bachman became the host of "Winchester Deadly Passion," which is a hunting show on the Sportman Channel. According to her website's bio, the TV show takes up a great deal of her time, as Bachman works in the field hunting, producing, and editing.
Over the past few years, Bachman has been gaining notoriety among anti-hunting groups due to a picture she posted in Twitter. In this photo, Bachman poses by a dead adult lion, while holding the rifle she used to kill the animal. This tweet caused an international uproar, drawing condemnation from many anti-hunting advocates worldwide.