Meateater controversies aside. An alternative to Meateater

Robster

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This isn't a love/hate Steve Rinella or Meateater thread. Personally, I enjoy his show and podcast. But, there are alternative "entertainers" with some of the same kind of messages. Not about trophy hunting, but catch, clean, cook type of videos. I am always looking for more of these channels so I figured to start a thread on it. Here are a few of my favorites, please feel free to add any that you know so I can check them out as well.

These are all Youtube Channels:
Deer Meat For Dinner, Robert Arrington

Blue Gabe, Gabriel Aarrington

Backwoods Gourmet Channel

And a cooking show for cast iron open fire enthusiasts
 

tclipse

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Pinhoti Project on YouTube is awesome for the turkey hunters out there. It’s literally a guy and his buddies with a few cameras so it doesn’t have the production quality of Meat Eater, but he is super entertaining and is a pro at getting after the birds.

Not much cooking on his channel FWIW but his hunts are great and he does some pretty good analysis/breakdowns of his hunts in the off-season. Really informative and fun to watch. Much more casual than the trophy hunt channels.
 

MULEPACKHUNTER

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Ive been watching deer meat for dinner since the beginning and for the most part love it. I just get a little turned off with any of these shows when they start to get some money and bam everything is brand new and they are building a big house and buying all new trucks for the whole family. that's great they are successful but that's not why people follow them. still a great channel but just is a turn off sometimes when they get into the buying all new gear everytime they do something. I guess im too much of a build it not buy it guy.
 

backcountry_hunter

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Pinhoti Project on YouTube is awesome for the turkey hunters out there. It’s literally a guy and his buddies with a few cameras so it doesn’t have the production quality of Meat Eater, but he is super entertaining and is a pro at getting after the birds.

Not much cooking on his channel FWIW but his hunts are great and he does some pretty good analysis/breakdowns of his hunts in the off-season. Really informative and fun to watch. Much more casual than the trophy hunt channels.
I would hate to be a turkey and have Dave Owens after me.... that guy is awesome.

For cooking specific, and even more specific BBQ.... I've really been liking chef tom's stuff @ allthingsbbq for the last couple years.
 

RWhitley

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Luckily there is so much good content readily available anymore, there is something for everyone. I personally like meat eater and really enjoy wired to hunt pod cast.

I haven’t checked the others listed but I will now, thank you for sharing.
 

bozeman

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Dude: backcountry gourmet chicken gravy & biscuits.....you better hide the kids! whoa! that looks like a backcountry meal for sure!!!
 

John Kimble

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Check out the Mindful Hunter Podcast and you tube channel. The host is very relatable and does a lot of solo hunts.


 

Procision Arms

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We’ve worked with them through the past year, stand up guys and a great chef who takes wild game cooking to the next level.
 

FLATHEAD

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I do like me some hunt/fish/ cook youtube stuff.
What I like best is the regular Joe part of it. Not any
celebrities or team whatever telling me how its done.
 

Sled

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not really my thing but since you asked...alternatives to meateater:


 

wesfromky

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Depending on what you like / don't like about meateater, you might might check out wild fed and from the wild.


 
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