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Getting Close to Giant White-Tailed Deer and Big Bull Elk | Realtree Road Trips
Season 1, Episode 5 • 19m
S1.E5. It's a couple days into the season, and the guys make adjustments to get closer to these big Nebraska bucks. Tyler Jordan and Riley Green both have great hunts. Chipper Jones has a surprise encounter while trying to fill a doe tag.
1:00 "Dirty" Shawn finally has enough of his nickname and decides to get even with Tyler Jordan and Bryan Brown.
2:00 Greg reviews the new Road Trips show, and they all game plan for the afternoon hunt.
5:00 Brown and Jordan move the Redneck blind to a new hunting spot for the following morning's hunt.
8:00 Jones settles into the treestand, and he hopes to arrow a doe.
11:00 Back to Jordan, he starts seeing deer. They pile into the big alfalfa field.
14:30 Green is in his ground blind, and deer are filing past him. A giant steps out.
16:15 Over to Jones, he sees a great bull elk. It surprises him.
17:00 Back at camp, the crew finally determines the source of the stinky Road Trips truck.
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