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Old 01-31-2008, 11:07 AM
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What kind of of seminars are you folks interested in ? We do a TV show out of ND and put on seminars at our Sport Shows and I'm looking for new ideas for seminars. Would you rather here about? How and what it takes to do a show or about a certain style of hunting or about going after a certain animal ???

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Old 01-31-2008, 11:33 AM
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John, YES!!! and in the order you listed them.
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Old 01-31-2008, 12:46 PM
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John!!!

If it were me, I would focus on techniques for certain animals. I know that everyone and their brother thinks they want to make a show, but I think that actually hearing what goes into it would make them snooze.

Technical tips are also good IMO. Things like why this arrow is good, why this broadhead is good, why this bow is faster, trade-offs, etc. You know what you need is a mechanical engineer who specializes in vulnerability and lethality analysis to help you out
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The one thing that always gets avoided is hunting hogs at night. I would like to see some more on that since that's typically when I'm hunting them. For instance, do you ever see ANY shows where hogs are being hunted at night? Nope! There is very little info available about hunting them at night unless you run into knuckleheads like me. For many of us this IS our deer between deer seasons. It's what we do year round when there is no other big game to hunt. I prefer to hunt with a bow so bowhunting spot&stalk tips and groundblind tips would be good info in a seminar.
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I could be wrong here but I think why you don't see many shows that feature night hunting whether it be hogs or predators, is that trying to get quality footage in the dark it pretty tough. Picture a deer recovery at night, either you've gotta use a spotlight or type of night vision I think an entire show on that although pretty cool -- would be hard to watch.
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I could be wrong here but I think why you don't see many shows that feature night hunting whether it be hogs or predators, is that trying to get quality footage in the dark it pretty tough. Picture a deer recovery at night, either you've gotta use a spotlight or type of night vision I think an entire show on that although pretty cool -- would be hard to watch.
I was thinking the same.
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I could be wrong here but I think why you don't see many shows that feature night hunting whether it be hogs or predators, is that trying to get quality footage in the dark it pretty tough. Picture a deer recovery at night, either you've gotta use a spotlight or type of night vision I think an entire show on that although pretty cool -- would be hard to watch.
I would think that it would be technically very difficult. Darkness, hard shadows, no distance views, and limited color too.
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