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Lost Permission Farm Turns Into a New Beginning | Midwest Whitetail
Season 7, Episode 10 • 24m
On this week's episode, we kick things off by joining Mike Reed on his home farm that he enjoyed so much success on during the 2020 campaign. Mike dives into one of the best stands on the farm, one he calls the "Cherry Tree." He covers why he chose it, what makes it so good, and ultimately how it assisted in him getting a crack at his early-October giant nicknamed "Turkey Foot."
Next up, we head to Northern Illinois with team member Kane Gillette. He shares a story and film with us that as hunters, we can all relate to -- losing permission on a farm. He discusses what it was like to lose the farm, how it led to his first farm purchase, and what legacy he hopes to leave with the new journey.
1:00 Reed kicks things off with a turkey hunt on the Home Farm.
2:00 Then, he talks about the Cherry Tree treestand location that he had success from last fall.
7:00 Next, Gillette tells his story. It's one you don't want to miss.
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