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Bow season starting soon!

Brandon Houston
Luke Clayton
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Brandon Houston

Bow season for deer is less than a month away and Luke visits today with wildlife biologist Brandon Houston with H3 Whitetail (solutions.www.h3whitetailsolutions.com) and discusses ways to greatly improve your hunting success this season. Contact outdoors writer Luke Clayton anytime via email through his website www.catfishradio.org

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