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    Him and his old man would probably still use the forum from time to time if people wouldn't have acted like lunatics on the "Long Range Hunting" thread. I don't claim to know them, I do like the way they do business and take time to talk to the little guy. I would rather hunt with the Eastman's then any other hunting personalities. I feel they do an excellent job of representing the rest of us on T.V and through the public eye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by In God We Trust View Post
    Him and his old man would probably still use the forum from time to time if people wouldn't have acted like lunatics on the "Long Range Hunting" thread. I don't claim to know them, I do like the way they do business and take time to talk to the little guy. I would rather hunt with the Eastman's then any other hunting personalities. I feel they do an excellent job of representing the rest of us on T.V and through the public eye.
    Very good points there bud! They represent the majority of hunters out there in my opinion.

    I thought about that the other day, who I would want to hunt with out of the celebrity hunters and I think it would be Mike Eastman. The reason being he forgot more about deer than I will ever know. If some of that knowledge could rub off on me and listening to stories in camp of the good ol days would be priceless. It would be one of those hunts with the harvest being the last thing on my mind. The Eastmans have done a lot for the sportsmen throughout the years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drhorsepower View Post
    Very good points there bud! They represent the majority of hunters out there in my opinion.

    I thought about that the other day, who I would want to hunt with out of the celebrity hunters and I think it would be Mike Eastman. The reason being he forgot more about deer than I will ever know. If some of that knowledge could rub off on me and listening to stories in camp of the good ol days would be priceless. It would be one of those hunts with the harvest being the last thing on my mind. The Eastmans have done a lot for the sportsmen throughout the years.
    They sure are a great family.
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    I don't know any of them and don't get to watch their show much. That being said they seem to me to be really stand up folks, a great family. They remind me of some folks I met in Texas when I was in the Army in 1964/65. We rented a house from them when my wife and I were newlyweds and just moved there. We looked after 2 elderly sisters who lived upsairs in the house. They made us feel like family. Invited me to hunt deer and turkey on the family ranch and really didn't even know us.

    Good people and families are wonderful to be around. Like lots of the folks here.
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    That is an awesome story. The Eastman's are good people for sure. I haven't had any contact with Guy directly, but Ike has helped me out a ton on two separate assignments for my undergraduate degree, which I am very appreciative of.

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    Definitely good people!!! How could you NOT love the Eastman family?!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenbickel View Post
    Definitely good people!!! How could you NOT love the Eastman family?!!
    Jen your back!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Jen your back!!!!
    Lol!! Yep!! I am!! I missed you guys too much! Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenbickel View Post
    Lol!! Yep!! I am!! I missed you guys too much! Haha
    Well good to see you back on the forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Well good to see you back on the forum.
    Ditto, good seeing you back again Jen. Did you change your avatar picture? For some reason I remember a different animal kill on it.

 

 

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