About US


Rubino Films Outdoors Outdoors was created in 2006 with the goal of being a small family website to share our outdoor photos and experiences with our friends and family. Since then, the website has evolved into a fully functioning site with many features geared to hunters throughout the North East. RubinoFilms.com currently has an active forum, where hunters visit on a regular basis to share stories, photos, and gather information to help them in their future trips to the field. We have also added a new blog so that our fans can follow what we are doing during the season as well as in the offseason. In 2008, we created accounts with social networking sights such as Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, CamoSpace and YouTube in which we have gained many followers. The most notable advancement since 2006 has been our recent involvement in the sport of filming hunts. In 2009, we produced our first hunting DVD “Whitetail Fever”. We currently have two local shops signed on to sell our DVDs, and are already in the beginning stages of a 2010 project.


Our goal at Rubino Films Outdoors Outdoors has been and will continue to be producing hunting videos that appeal to hunters in the North East. We are dedicated to making a realistic film that will represent hunting as it truly is in our area. Being hunters ourselves and having many friends that are avid hunters has helped us determine what we believe to be the key aspects in making a realistic video marketed towards the North East hunting community. As most passionate hunters do, the Rubino Films Outdoors Team watches a majority of the outdoor shows on the market. Although we think they are entertaining, the problem we find is that hunters in the Mid West have different views of what a trophy whitetail should be compared to hunters in the North East. Most hunting shows would consider an average eight pointer to be a small deer, where a good number of hunters in the North East would consider it to be a buck of a lifetime. Time and time again we have heard hunters in our area say that they like to watch the shows on television, but they just aren’t comparable to the type of hunting they are accustomed to. We do however believe that they are realistic for the areas being hunted, but not something that all hunters can relate to. If there was a video on the market which showed hunters taking a big six pointer or a nice eight pointer rather than 180 class deer, we feel that the average hunter would have a stronger connection to the storyline.