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Re: Your favorite whitetail hunt on film, dvd

Unread postby dan » Thu Dec 21, 2017 5:04 am

vovamir wrote:
dan wrote:nOT SURE... You probably would have a hard time finding any at this point unless someone on this site has some old used ones.


Were Andrae and Cody not planning to bring back Whitetail Addictions a few years ago with new content? I swear i saw a promo either on HB or youtube. Any idea if that ever happened?

It happened for a short period and then was dropped.


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Re: Your favorite whitetail hunt on film, dvd

Unread postby treeroot » Thu Dec 21, 2017 5:38 am

Mine is the video where Dan drops his arrow. It doesn't get more real than that.
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Re: Your favorite whitetail hunt on film, dvd

Unread postby <DK> » Fri Jul 20, 2018 6:20 am

Darkknight54 wrote::text-bump:
Darkknight54 wrote:Just purchased Roger Raglin's Invading Buck Bedding Areas. I bought it bc while searching around, it was the only copy online so I snagged it. Is it any good?


Bumping to say this video is a instant classic! I couldnt be happier buying when I did bc it has turned into one of my all time favorite videos.

I have to 2nd that review for the video Bow Hunting Oct Whitetails. I just purchased it and watching for the first time... For the times these videos were made, by far the most whitetail education iv absorbed - besides the Beast.


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Just watched Roger Raglin's Silent Stalker. Goes right up there with his bedding areas DVD I posted about. Excellent watch! He creeps up to a bedded hill country giant and shoots him in his bed with a muzzle loader. He also sweats his but off waiting behind a bush in early season and shoots a giant from the ground. His videos are either lame with guided hunts or top notch with scouting and hunting an area. Looking forward to the next one.
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Re: Your favorite whitetail hunt on film, dvd

Unread postby <DK> » Fri Jul 20, 2018 6:56 am

Darkknight54 wrote:
Darkknight54 wrote::text-bump:
Darkknight54 wrote:Just purchased Roger Raglin's Invading Buck Bedding Areas. I bought it bc while searching around, it was the only copy online so I snagged it. Is it any good?


Bumping to say this video is a instant classic! I couldnt be happier buying when I did bc it has turned into one of my all time favorite videos.

I have to 2nd that review for the video Bow Hunting Oct Whitetails. I just purchased it and watching for the first time... For the times these videos were made, by far the most whitetail education iv absorbed - besides the Beast.


Bump

Just watched Roger Raglin's Silent Stalker. Goes right up there with his bedding areas DVD I posted about. Excellent watch! He creeps up to a bedded hill country giant and shoots him in his bed with a muzzle loader. He also sweats his but off waiting behind a bush in early season and shoots a giant from the ground. His videos are either lame with guided hunts or top notch with scouting and hunting an area. Looking forward to the next one.


He also has a classic Raglin moment where he shoots a certain buck and an even bigger one pops out. This thing is a giant too! Probably the most flustered iv ever seen him but then he explains why he didnt just shoot it and keep it all a secret. Great video.
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Re: Your favorite whitetail hunt on film, dvd

Unread postby Itchy Bones » Sat Jul 21, 2018 3:59 pm

Bill Winke double G5 buck
Jared Mills Midwest whitetail best buck fight ever
Greg Clemens w/ Midwest whitetail doe hunt in the snow I think in Nebraska
Monarch Valley
Dan Infalt Fart Gobbler
And last but definitely not least............ Dan Infalt Sellout Brand Broadheads Hilarious!!

I'll throw an honorable mention forMidwest Whitetail Jared Mills and Mike Reed slay five or six does in one morning from the same tree in like an hour
Oh and Whitetail Adrenalin. All great stuff my favorites.
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Re: Your favorite whitetail hunt on film, dvd

Unread postby Itchy Bones » Sat Jul 21, 2018 4:05 pm

Itchy Bones wrote:Bill Winke double G5 buck
Jared Mills Midwest whitetail best buck fight ever
Greg Clemens w/ Midwest Nebraska Late Season Deer Hunt
Monarch Valley
Dan Infalt Fart Gobbler
And last but definitely not least............ Dan Infalt Sellout Brand Broadheads Hilarious!!

I'll throw an honorable mention forMidwest Whitetail Jared Mills and Mike Reed slay five or six does in one morning from the same tree in like an hour
Oh and Whitetail Adrenalin. All great stuff my favorites.
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Re: Your favorite whitetail hunt on film, dvd

Unread postby Cuzzinfish » Mon Jul 23, 2018 8:54 am

This one might be my favorite hunt. Zach from THP getting his first spot torpedoed by another hunter and calmly going to plan B where he tags a giant from the ground. As a guy who only hunts public and mostly from the ground, this resonated with me big time.

https://youtu.be/kp3ncZM6N-c
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Re: Your favorite whitetail hunt on film, dvd

Unread postby hunter_mike » Mon Jul 23, 2018 1:16 pm

I remember when i was first getting into archery hunting there was this several hour long promo DVD that came with my dads Double Bull hunting blind that i must have watched a dozen times. I dont know who the guys were but i remember watching as a young high school kid just thinking those guys were the coolest dudes ever.

Now i watch dans stuff, the hunting public and a few other western shows (B.R.O. and Hush) or any other diy stuff on youtube.
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