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E64: Don’t Be Dumb! (Anecdotal Hunting and Life Advice from a Couple of Knuckleheads with Tons of Experience)

April 27, 2018

The subject of today's podcast is simple... Don't Be Dumb.  Over our nearly 60 years of combined time on the earth we have done a dumb thing or two and we would like for you to learn from it so as to not make the same mistake.  More than anything, we don't want you to think we are telling you what to do, yet we want to give a friendly reminder that careful and purposeful thought and observation should be made before making certain moves or purchases that could affect your life in the outdoors.  Hope you guys enjoy and since there is really nothing to do in the whitetail woods, we hope you're fishing up a storm this spring.  Much Love! - T.J. & K.C.


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