Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby dhunter1 » Wed Aug 03, 2011 4:49 pm

Very nice- enjoyed it- looking forward to more.


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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby Ack » Wed Aug 03, 2011 5:29 pm

Nice job on the video guys....can't wait to see more in the future!
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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby Dewey » Wed Aug 03, 2011 6:31 pm

Now that's the kind of hunting show I like to watch. Nicely done!!
It's really nice seeing how everything was done from the buck bedding all the way to the point where the buck was found after the kill.

It would be really cool if you had a whole show just about spring scouting and explaining beds and why a buck beds in a certain spot and then maybe on the next episode show you killing that particular deer.
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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby dan » Wed Aug 03, 2011 11:17 pm

huntinnurse wrote:Nicely done. Should be a hit for ya Dan. Work out the background noise in the information (talking part) and that would be less distracting.
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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby Indianahunter » Thu Aug 04, 2011 12:01 am

Great hunt, great explanation of strategy.....now that's what I am talkin about!!!!!!!! :D :D :D
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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby RaisedByWolves » Thu Aug 04, 2011 12:23 am

Dewey wrote:It would be really cool if you had a whole show just about spring scouting and explaining beds and why a buck beds in a certain spot and then maybe on the next episode show you killing that particular deer.

Great idea, i think this would be crucial for new members who might not have the marsh bucks/hill country bucks background like most of us. this would explain why you hunt the way you do
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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby dan » Thu Aug 04, 2011 12:41 am

With the limited amount of time in one show episode and in the concept of keeping it somewhat entertaining, I am hoping that the shows will continue here on the forum... So basically, if someone wants to understand how the hunter new where a buck was bedding, or any other question, we want that conversation to continue after the show here on the forum..
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Postby muddy » Thu Aug 04, 2011 12:44 am

dan wrote:With the limited amount of time in one show episode and in the concept of keeping it somewhat entertaining, I am hoping that the shows will continue here on the forum... So basically, if someone wants to understand how the hunter new where a buck was bedding, or any other question, we want that conversation to continue after the show here on the forum..


I think that's a great idea. In this case I think a new forum would be a great idea, dedicate it entirely to your show.

I still think many of the sub forums could go bye bye though! ;) 8-)
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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby RaisedByWolves » Thu Aug 04, 2011 1:04 am

dan wrote: in the concept of keeping it somewhat entertaining

add this somewhere and you shouldn't have any problems with entertainment value...
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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby publiclandhunter » Thu Aug 04, 2011 1:05 am

Dan,

I liked it! No hollywood or staged B.S. - just everything as it happened with a purpose.

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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby 76chevy » Thu Aug 04, 2011 1:30 am

good stuff, looking forward to your new videos!!!

this kind of educational video is not available today!!

keep up the great work, Dan!!
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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby 76chevy » Thu Aug 04, 2011 1:33 am

Dan,

you seemed to hunt pretty close to the trail cam setup and right on the field edge - not back in the woods closer to the bedding area where I would have expected you would typically setup.

did the rut timing influence this?

had the cam been gone from the area for a while?

was your setup purely based on your trail cam evidence that the buck was indeed routinely moving through the field in daylight?
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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby headgear » Thu Aug 04, 2011 1:54 am

dan wrote:With the limited amount of time in one show episode and in the concept of keeping it somewhat entertaining, I am hoping that the shows will continue here on the forum... So basically, if someone wants to understand how the hunter new where a buck was bedding, or any other question, we want that conversation to continue after the show here on the forum..


Solid plan and it should drum up a lot of traffic here.
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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby woody-san » Thu Aug 04, 2011 2:25 am

Great video Dan...this is exactly the kind of video I want to watch. I'd rather hear the strategy and see a quality, DIY fair chase hunt of a mature buck than the horn porn/product advertisement that is usually offered up as a hunting show. I think the thing I like best about your videos is that they just aren't entertainment, but also a reference. I can buy, for example, a Real Tree Monster Bucks video, watch it once, and pretty much be done with it...something like this, I would watch over and over to refresh my knowledge and be entertained.
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Re: Hunting Beast TV / Extreme Whitetail tactics

Postby tarpon1416 » Thu Aug 04, 2011 2:56 am

I will say, that is one of the best shows I have seen. I watch a lot of outdoor shows on Outdoor Channel, etc, and they do not even come close to this. I really like the fact that it is more instructional real hunting rather than the typical deer on a collar and leash episode you will find on the Outdoor channel. Thanks and keep the camera rolling.

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