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David Sparks Ph.d Public Lands
by David Sparks Ph.d, click here for bio

Program: Sportsman's Spotlight
Date: September 14, 2017

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Go Public You don’t need to buy land. You don’t need to grow your own trophies. Follow this system from Minnesota bowhunting expert Tony Peterson, and you can find quality bucks and big adventure on land open to anyone—plus that sense of satisfaction that you can’t get anywhere else. Field & Stream has a simple 10-step plan for a successful whitetail bowhunt, 100 percent on public lands.

Tony Peterson loves to argue. We left his home state of Minnesota at around 8 p.m. and didn’t reach the public campground in South Dakota, on the banks of the Missouri River, until nearly 2 A.M. We went toe-to-toe the whole way. Politics. Music. Superheroes. Cereal flavors. QDM. There wasn’t a topic we couldn’t disagree on. Somewhere outside of Sioux Falls, when it seemed as though we might have run the well dry, he asked if I believe aliens visit Earth. When I told him no, he acted like I was the first person ever to say so.

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