S1.E6. The Tennessee velvet season brings bad weather and misfortune, but Culpeppers have no quit in them. The remains of a hurricane makes its way through the state, and the hunting isn't easy. The Culpepper clan sticks it out, though.
1:00 Phillip is in his blind, and hopes deer start moving.
1:30 Roger is settled in, too, and he has several good deer on a solid bed-to-feed pattern. He's also rocking a pretty impressive mullet. So, that's cool.
2:10 Back to Phillip, he hasn't seen a deer. As it gets dark, rain moves back in, and it puts a damper on the remainder of the evening.
3:00 Neither hunter has much success, and nightfall arrives without a filled tag. Tomorrow is a new day.
4:15 Culpepper makes a change and heads to a new spot. He hopes to intercept a deer as it enters the soybean field.
5:50 Roger is back in the blind for his final sit, too, and hopes to get a good one.
8:00 Par for the trip, Phillip gets rained on again. He tries to keep his camera dry while the weather passes.
8:45 Over to Roger, he starts seeing deer, and hopes to let an arrow fly.
9:55 The rain finally subsides, and deer begin moving around Phillip. Will he get one? Nope.
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