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2016 Journal #11: I Messed Up, Holyfield’s Taunting Me & New Shooter Pics

By Mark Kenyon In my last journal entry I mentioned that I was headed to hunt a new farm for the evening hunt, and just hours after publishing that article I was up in a tree. That hunt, unfortunately, was...
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