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    I watch a lot of them, but the treestand hunting gets old pretty quick. I don't know what it is with so called reality shows, but everything has to come down to the last day, the last hour, the last minute, the last blah blah, blah. I think some of deer we see are killed whenever and they edit it to make it seem that it is the last day to keep you watching.

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    In addition to the mentioned shows Hunt forever west is good stuff too. http://www.huntforeverwest.com/ They're regular guys who probably have non-hunting day jobs, limited vacation and money. They just load up and hunt with friends/family as their camera man just like anyone here can. More interested in the act of hunting instead some tv personality who just has to write a check, show up and make the shot on a managed property followed by pimping some new gadget or scent that made it all possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcestnik View Post
    In addition to the mentioned shows Hunt forever west is good stuff too. http://www.huntforeverwest.com/ They're regular guys who probably have non-hunting day jobs, limited vacation and money. They just load up and hunt with friends/family as their camera man just like anyone here can. More interested in the act of hunting instead some tv personality who just has to write a check, show up and make the shot on a managed property followed by pimping some new gadget or scent that made it all possible.
    What network are they on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    What network are they on?
    None, its just a youtube series.

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    Just watched the end of Dropped: Project Alaska and I really enjoyed that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuntinFool View Post
    Just watched the end of Dropped: Project Alaska and I really enjoyed that.
    Yah it was good. Im excited to see what "project x" is all about

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    I dont watch shooting over corn or much of the blind and treestand shows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Hunter View Post
    I've never seen one still hunting in the timber.

    So, i'll have to say.........none.
    I'd say you're being pretty picky!
    Arise... Kill, Eat! - Acts 10:13

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkoholic307 View Post
    I'd say you're being pretty picky!
    I actually watch all of them, but i'd love to see one show with my style of hunting. I'd really enjoy it. The rest are just ok.

    I want to puke watching tree stands, baiting, and long shots. I guess hunters like them, because there's enough shows like that.

 

 

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