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Kaufman County hunting and a fun upcoming event

Edgar Cotton (left), Luke, and David Cotton
Luke Clayton
Edgar Cotton (left), Luke, and David Cotton

Luke solos this week and discusses what's going on in Northeast Texas. He talks about his quest for a 'management' buck on his friends Edgar and David Cotton's Ranch in Kaufman County and tells about a fun outdoor event coming up at Lake Fork on February 10th.

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