Graf or Zarr poll

Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by Seth French, Oct 6, 2015.

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Zarr or Graf

  1. Zarr

    44 vote(s)
    68.8%
  2. Graf

    27 vote(s)
    42.2%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. POWERHAWK_11

    POWERHAWK_11 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    If Todd was on here more I would go with him but JZ it is
     
  2. Christine

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    True, but at this point, Todd would be lost without JZ. ;)
     
  3. buckeye

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    If you have never watched it, how are you so sure that it is the "same crap" that drives you nuts.

    These guys work hard at what they do, and don't need you riding your do-uche canoe through here.
     
  4. DickensCPA

    DickensCPA Weekend Warrior

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    Even their voices are identical and the way they talk with their hands. It's like the doppleganger deal. I really have to work at separating that when I watch the show. LOL!

    The most important difference between them is what actually comes out of their mouths. Todd seems like a good guy and I can tell by the way he and Justin interact that Todd's a totally different person.

    The "son" almost literally sank my family and I along with everything I worked so hard to build in a very short time. I almost lost everything. They were supposed to pay 100% of my health insurance and then $802/mo came out of my check for wife and two kids. They changed insurance companies and failed to do the proper paperwork and I had no insurance and didn't realize it, they sure kept taking out $802/mo. My wife had an accident and I got stuck with $63k in med bills. We're still fighting but in the meantime I had to pay the bills. So, he's definitely a sore subject.
     
  5. Sota

    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    I never said that I didn't think they work hard, I do feel that they have more integrity than the TV hunter. That being said every single bit of edited hunting footage uses the exact same formula to produce for viewing. The music the panning footage, B footage, the whispering in the stand, the catch phrase after the shot, the reverse angle recovery video. I am just not a fan of the genre.
     
  6. selfbros

    selfbros Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I agree 110%. year or two ago, I had suggested a contest and the winner gets to hunt with Graf for a weekend. it gained a lot of support from us no bodies, and then nothing really happened. Here's a better idea for a similar Thread straight from Family Guy. If you were Gay, who would you rather make out with Graf, Zarr or Sean Connery. Personally, I would totally make out with Zarr. :poke:
     
  7. BH.COM-CLINTON

    BH.COM-CLINTON BHOD Crew

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    Sota,

    I will agree with you on some of your opinions but not all of them. I think if you would watch the show you might be surprised. Of corse there is some of the things that you talk about on the show but thats what your going to get when you put 25 guys on a team trying to film there hunts. Some guys say key phrases, some guys sponsor drop names all of the time ( DRIVES ME NUTS) , some guys truly dont give a **** about any of that and do it because they love it. Thats what you get with different personalities. Its the beauty of a team.

    Watch it and then gives us and honest opinion and we will all listen to the good the bad and the ugly all day.
     
  8. tynimiller

    tynimiller Legendary Woodsman

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    I just think Frank talks too much...you need to talk to him about that bahahaha! :tu:
     
  9. Sota

    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    I will try but honestly I can not relate one bit with the video production of hunting. I know for a fact that if I attempted to do it it would be worse than watching paint dry. I will watch an episode with an open mind.
     
  10. tynimiller

    tynimiller Legendary Woodsman

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    well don't lie to us...geesh what are we to you? :D
     
  11. Siman/OH

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    ......Dustin

    Happy birthday by the way DUBBS!
     
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  12. ruteger

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    Watch this one of Frank's hunt and then Clinton's hunt since he's the one who got you to try watching it.
    https://youtu.be/-L2Zg1b6k4c?t=4m44s
     
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  13. Tree Stand Whacker

    Tree Stand Whacker Weekend Warrior

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    This is the thanks I get for sending you the last known Dukemichaels Edition beanie in existence?

    Et tu, Caleb?
     
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    Swamp Stalker Legendary Woodsman

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    I bet your all thinking how can this thread get any more :dan:?????





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  16. c e w

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    I would be honored to hunt with both but i agree that a old doe is harder to get then an old buck. so for that Zarr.
     
  17. tynimiller

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    Justin would disagree with you...... :evilgrin: (sorry had to Justin)
     
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    JZ. I met him once and he totally shook my hand. O.M.G.
     
  19. Siman/OH

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    Caeser, i like it.

    Cant even let ol' dubbya get a little love on his BIRTHDAY, cold my friend.
     
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    I think they compliment each other well. Kinda like Batman and Robin. It would not be the same with just one of them.
     

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