TDD - short answer - yes.
The more "stuff" that pokes out from the rifle; scope knobs, bipods, etc... The more stuff there is to get hung up on brush.
Now - this may or may not make a difference to some, depending on where and how they hunt. When I'm pushing through brush, I don't even like the sling hanging off my rifle, let alone bipod, knobs, big extended "tactical" bolt, bulbous muzzle brake, huge scope etc...
W/my rifles, the top one is a lot easier to slip around with than is the bottom one:
Sometimes though, I'll put up with all those "accessories" because they help me shoot better at long range.
The most specialized long range rifle I ever owned was this Win 70 "Palma" rifle with a 30" barrel, and an adjustable buttstock. It was wonderful at the rifle range, but would have been a royal pain to move with, through the vine maple and brush: