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IceHawk

Who are some of your Favorite Fishing Hunting celebrity's you watch or Subscribe to on YouTube? For fishing hands down I love watching Tom Boley the man is real detailed and informative especially with his electronics and techniques. For hunting I really enjoy The Hunting Public. Just your basic average guys busting tail and getting it done in numerous states all on public land. 

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mrpike1973

Angling Buzz or lindners they are on there own website as well as You Tube. I enjoy them they are straight forward and a variety of species. Otherwise I do not watch much on you tube I would rather fish myself then watch someone else fish😃!. You are correct though you can learn a lot of techniques quick on line.

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ANYFISH2

The Hunting Public is the only YouTube channel I have hit subscribe to.  Great channel.

As far as fishing channels I check out quite a few, but most get kind of redundant.  I have been watching more of the how to and product testing channels lately.

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BobT

I enjoy Jon Thelen's Fish Ed. Maybe its his demeanor or the excitement he puts into it or the information he puts out there but he seems to capture my attention. I also enjoy the In-Fisherman and Lindner's Fishing Edge. Both seem to provide good information, although they do like to use wide angle lenses to make every catch look like a trophy but that's okay. 

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tinker

Jon Thelen  for sure . " That's a nice fish right there " . Also check out Richard Gene the fishing machine and his alter ego Elmo.

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Austin12345

Some of my favriots are Larry Smith, Flair and In Depth Outdoors

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Kettle

Uncut angling as it's pretty humerus. I really got into and watched all five seasons of Hired to Hunt. It's about not only waterfowl hunting but the process of running a lodge and guiding. @IceHawk great thread topic!!!

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smurfy

🤔 whats this youtube you guys speak of?????????🤔

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Rick G

330 Maniac outdoors... Scott is pretty darn awesome toutuber

Dtro fishontv,  Darren is always one worth watching

MitchBradshaw outdoors, always good stuff coming from this guy.

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IceHawk

Marshal outdoors is pretty good, guy is pretty funny. Someday I'm hoping I get to share the boat or ice with Larry Smith definitely would be a card to fish with for sure !

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Rick G

A good one for the family

Be awesome outdoors, 

He always has the wife and kids out enjoying life in Mn

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huntnfish

For fishing lately I’ve been watching mostly Muskie videos. I’ve also been known to watch Jason Mitchell. 

For hunting I watch the hunting public and the hunting beast. Both are great and work hard for what they get. I also like the DIY sportsman and in the fall will watch chasing November. Chasing November is much more commercialized that the others. 

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dutchboy II

Tom Boley

Jay Siemans

In-depth

Uncut Angling......39 hours

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JustinN

Tom Boley

Uncut Angling

DTro

Also really suggest watching Steve Douglas the Catfish Dude. He is awesome! Huge fish and cool dude. 

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Borch

Tom Boley

The Hunting Public

Larry Smith Outdoors

330Maniac

PigPatrolTv,(lots of multi species shore fishing and looking for that hidden gem).  More about the adventure and can be funny at times.

No fish Nick, (mostly for his Salmon stuff on Lake Michigan)

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Rick

Uncut angling, he's a hoot. Jason Mitchell, Dtro, Mitch Bradshaw, and Jon Thielen

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Grainbelt

Fishing with Luiza, Fishing with Vicky Stark, Jackie Shea, Kelly young. 

Come on guys get real.

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Rick G

Check out Fishing with Bryan Prokuski.

Aka BryanP, another very good angler doing his own thing on youtube

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fishingstar

in-depth outdoors, Larry Smith outdoors, John Thelen

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IceHawk
3 hours ago, Grainbelt said:

Fishing with Luiza, Fishing with Vicky Stark, Jackie Shea, Kelly young. 

Come on guys get real.

Ok I bite Darcizzle offshore 😉

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Here's one of Toms newest ones he has great stuff!

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bowhuntingboy1

This is gonna be controversial, but the googans. I like IDO and jason Mitchell and everyone else listed for walleye, but the googans are my favorite as far as bass go. Ik most of you guys probably cant stand them and think they are scammers. But they make good content and good baits truthfully, I caught multiple 4 plus pounders on them last year.

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