Yeh i am sure, I work nights so i get to see all those hunting shows during the week, there are not many so called pros who don't just launch an arrow to get a buck on film...they take poor percentage shots for T.V.
not one or two guys but the majority...next week i will actually count the poor shots and compare that to the number of shows i watch....and let you know what i find
But i would say for the most part the average Joe who only gets to hunt a few days a month actually care more about taking a good shot that those "pros" on TV
If for no other reason than setting a good example, pros filmed on TV should only take high percentage shots. Too many children today believe that what they see on TV is what they should also emulate. If we want new hunters to exhibit standards with high values than TV shows should set an example.
I would disagree however that the "average Joe" cares more about taking a good shot than the pros on TV. I would say many "average Joes" will take the first shot they can get that they believe might put a deer down, just the same as TV personalities. I've talked to too many of them to believe otherwise.
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