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    Drury has done the best job telling a story. It's nice seeing people with full time jobs and families. Most realistic - or more compareable to me anyway.

    I like Stan Potts! I think those guys are great hunters.

    I recently have been impressed with the show Red Arrow.

    The only people I don't like are the ones that do high fence hunts. Not that I'm morally opposed to it.

    I like Shockey, but I have a hard time getting interested in his shows.

    Having said all that, I'll take my duck commander DVDs all day!

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    Not really a favorite, I enjoy most shows that are primarily deer related. Lee & Tiffany, Whitetail Freaks to name a few. I can't stand Jim Shockey .... that guy is nuttier than squirrel turds !!

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    Not sure if I'd say he's my favorite but Ted Nugent sure is entertaining. You never know what he's going to say. I too like Bill Winke. Not sure of their names but I like the guys on Heartland Bowhunter. I also like the show MeatEater. I like how he cooks his kill in the field. I don't really have a least favorite but I don't like the shows that just show the kill shots. I like knowing about the area hunted and the scouting that was done.

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    Favorites- Bill Weinke, Roger Raglin, Ted Nugent, Jim Shockey, Jim Shockey's Dad!, Tiffany

    Least Favorites- Stan Potts, Drury Brothers, Lee, most of them
    "...the deepest, most permanent features of all great moments outside are the names, faces, descriptions, and emotions. The antlers on the wall...well, they're just bones affixed to boards. But what they represent, however, is flesh and blood - fathers and sons, friends spending time with friends and the the seasons of life when the people we love were still with us. These old antlers on the wall...well, take a seat, my friend, and I'll tell you all about them." -Rev. Zeke Pipher


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    My favorite hunter is Stan Potts and I hate Jim shocky with a passion lol!

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    Barry and Gene Wensel hands down.. Two of the best whitetail genius's in the country.. Look them up .. Brothersofthebow.com.. Read their books, you won't be sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackbeard View Post

    Least Favorites- Stan Potts, Drury Brothers, Lee, most of them
    Thank you! haha

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    well I cannot say I have a favorite at all, really don't watch a lot of the shows, to me too many are spoiled set up hunts, and not what the average hunter gets to experience
    if I had to pick a least fav I would go with Gregg Ritz , and I am going to say that because I happen to have had a few conversations with him, that he straight up lied to me on subjects
    and I will also agree about Larry Wieshuhn, I have seen this guy shoot at so many things he misses with hand guns and makes up excuses over just blowing shots
    I mean if you want to hunt with any weapon, he seems to favor handguns, I'm fine with it, but to miss as much as I have seen him, makes me wonder if he should be shooting at live animals like he does! ??
    my 2 cents

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    the guys on tree stand buddys game on not sure on there names do alot of hunting in and around ohio

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    I do like the Drury's shows and I like Stan Potts and Greg Miller. I don't care much for Bill Jordan and his whole crew. My family and I met Chris Brackett in person and spent the whole day on his boat doing some Extreme Aerial Bow Fishing. That was simply the best day of vacation my family ever had. I will be meeting up with Chris again this summer. One great local team here in Ohio is the Slunger Hollow Boys. You should really check out their video's. They are very comparable to us blue collar guys that work jobs and hunt when we can.

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