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Planning the Hunt for Holyfield: Fine-Tuning An Early Season Hunting Strategy

By Mark Kenyon I have great news. “Holyfield” – the dandy three year old Michigan buck I passed last year, with hopes of him making it to four and being my #1 target buck in 2016 – is back! In...
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