Wired To Hunt Podcast #185: Deer Camp, Ohio Rut Success, Holyfield Updates & Furter

Wired To Hunt Podcast #185: Deer Camp, Ohio Rut Success, Holyfield Updates & Furter

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Today on the show I’m joined by my good buddy Josh “Furter” Hillyard to discuss his successful Ohio rut hunt, the Quality Deer Management Association, the latest on my hunt for Holyfield and our Northern Michigan deer camp.

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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:

– Who Josh Furter Hillyard is

– A few thoughts on the QDMA and how to get involved locally

– The story of Furter’s Ohio rut success

– The final 5 days of my Michigan bowhunt for Holyfield and the many close calls

– Talking deer camp

-And much, much more!

Show notes, resources, links:

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Hunting

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November 18, 2017 at 12:23AM

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