NAW TV: Decoy Hunting in Kansas

NAW TV: Decoy Hunting in Kansas

Hunting the heart of the Kansas rut, Pat Hogan encounters a 6 1/2 year old "problem buck" that needs to be culled from the Buck Forage Oats research facility deer herd. When the small-racked scrapper spots the decoy, he puts on a great show for Hogan, who ultimately gets a shot.

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