The Booner with No Name

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Posted on Tuesday, February 11th, 2020

On this episode of the Drop-Tine Report podcast, Joseph Weimer discusses the 197-inch Missouri Buck he killed this past November. Over the course of multiple years, he hunted the buck almost non-stop and only saw the buck a couple times. He talks about how he was able to stay focused and eventually tag the buck of a lifetime. Click and listen.https:// bit.ly/2tKuwH1

"The Booner with No Name" ~ from Redneck Hunting Blinds
On this episode of the Drop-Tine Report podcast, Joseph Weimer discusses the 197-inch Missouri Buck he killed this past November. Over the course of multiple years, he hunted the buck almost non-stop and only saw the buck a couple times. He talks about how he was able to stay focused and eventually tag the buck of a lifetime. Click and listen.https:// bit.ly/2tKuwH1

The Booner With No Name
On this episode of the Drop-Tine Report, Joseph Weimer discusses the 197-inch Missouri Buck he killed this past November. Over the course of multiple years, he hunted the buck almost non-stop and only saw the buck a couple times. He talks about how he was able to stay focused and eventually tag the....
 https://bit.ly/ 2tKuwH1
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