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Follow the food

By Dave Baker from November 2014 Issue

Follow the food

Credit: Joe Lacefield

Steven Dobey has a simple tip for hunters this season. "Find the mast and you'll find the wildlife," says the turkey biologist for the Kentucky Department of Fish and…
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