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Hunting and the internet

Steven Waugh displays an internet-connected camera used to monitor hunting areas
Luke clayton
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Steven Waugh displays an internet-connected camera used to monitor hunting areas

This week Luke visits with Mr. Kevin Winchester and discusses how the internet has greatly improved the way hunters scout for deer and monitor their hunting areas. Kevin owns Rev Gen Network (www.revgennetwork.com) and is an internet expert.

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