Midwest Whitetail Daily - Jared Mills
Jared's Blog: Hot Doe Flurry, Buck Named JJ
Season 3, Episode 18 • 8m 0s
Strong northwest winds put Jared in a stand in the river bottom overlooking some willows. A hot doe sighting produces a flurry of activity that continues throughout the evening. At last light, Jared has his second encounter with "JJ," a good looking 4.5 year old.
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