PORTSMOUTH, NH - This week on Whitetail Freaks, Kandi Kisky begins her bow season with whitetail management in mind. While searching for a legendary buck known as "The Booner", she and her Mathews bow humbly set aside their original plan and opt to take a nine year-old buck named "The Pumpkinator" out of the herd. It's a great hunt that yields terrific footage and a healthier deer herd. Tune in and check out this educational episode, brought to you by your favorite Whitetail Freaks!
Whitetail Freaks follows the adventures of a motley crew of hardcore, hard-working whitetail hunters as they spend countless hours in search of mega bucks and memorable hunts with family and friends. Created and hosted by renown whitetail authorities and fan favorite television personalities Don & Kandi Kisky, Whitetail Freaks highlights every aspect of successful whitetail management and top-notch trophy hunting - from food plot planting to hanging treestands to tracking pre-season big buck movement to the selective harvesting of only the biggest, most mature whitetails. A group of dedicated whitetail fanatics capture the true meaning of mega-buck hunting, these hardcore hunters are average, "blue collar Joes" with real jobs and real families - and they all share the same passion: the study, management and harvesting of mature, trophy whitetails.
The Whitetail Freaks' reward is measured by more than just antler length; every ounce of sweat equity they invest in their passion represents another part of the story - another chapter in the "Whitetail Freaks" saga. There's always work to be done in the whitetail woods, and the "Freaks" are the first ones in the stand and the last ones out. When they roll up their sleeves and get to work, viewers can expect the most comprehensive, entertaining mix of heart-thumping big buck action and educational wildlife management tips and techniques. In Freak Country, it's 100% pure venison, zero fat - all the time. Tune in each week as Don & Kandi Kisky, along with a crew of other whitetail addicts, offer a year-long look into what it means to be branded a Whitetail Freak.
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