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After the year, we had last year for Dream Season Celebrity I kind of thought when the season started off we were going to have all bad luck. Two of our best farms in Kansas had loggers cutting timber, another one of our farms where I worked in 100 degree heat in August to plant food plots the farmers horses got in it and ate it down to the dirt. (I guess horses like Biologic too!!) DeAnna and I went to Hadley Creek Outifitters for a week with many encounters, but just couldn't get it done.

Then November rolls around the month that all whitetail fanatics live for, record warm weather, lock down, no shooters on camera, and no camera man. Novembers not off to a good start!! November 12th the switch is turned on...rain, cold front, and north winds. Checking cameras there where shooters on all of them and bucks chasing everywhere. The only problem now Doug's in Arkansas.

I get home Friday evening and call everyone that I can think of to help me out with fiming. When my daughter gets home she says she would like to try to film me instead of going hunting for the Missouri gun opener on our central Missouri farm. Having never run a camera in a hunting situation would be a big challenge for her.

November 13th 3:30 am
We are up early and off to Kansas, trying to make it a little easier for Ashley I decide to go to a ground blind where she can film off a tripod. Little did we know this was going to be an awesome decision. Boss buck, food plot, two bucks, two does at first light, and one snort wheez from the new Hyper Growl from M.A.D. Calls and game over for the NEW DEER ON THE FARM!!!!