Riley Green's Nebraska Buck | Deer Hunting in the Snow | Realtree Road Trips
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S1.E21. After filling one tag in the Cornhusker State, Riley Green makes another trip up to Nebraska. This time, he is faced with much different weather conditions. There is a fresh layer of snow on the ground, and he couldn't be happier about it.
0:05 Green is back after them, and hopes to connect on another stud.
1:00 He previews the hunt, and talks about their game plan for the coming days.
3:00 The hunt begins, and the deer are certainly on their feet.
5:00 A nice buck walks into the open, but he doesn't get a shot.
6:15 They hang additional stands, and cut some shooting lanes.
7:30 Settled into a new location, they hope this is the spot.
10:30 A good buck walks into the open, and Green gets a shot opportunity.
13:00 They recap the hunt, and recover the deer. Tag filled.
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