Agreed............ Kinda. It doesn't bother me that they hunt on closed ranches or large tracks of high fence. I've hunted hogs on one such high fence area and they're big enough to be challenging and real. But I can't afford to deer hunt on em, can't afford a guide, can't afford the tags. And to tell the truth deer hunting shows get pretty dang boring. Same scenery, same big deer.
But I do watch predator hunting shows. They're not high fence, terrain varies, licenses are cheap or free. That's about the only out of state hunting I can afford. Some are very poorly done (almost on the verge of being fake with all the cut aways and obviously bogus camera angles), some are pretty good. Hog hunting shows are pretty fun too for the same reasons. Cheap enough to afford being the big one.