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Kentucky Youth Deer Hunt • Ben Maki Family Deer Hunting Traditions
This episode of Family Tree features Mossy Oak’s Ben Maki as he shares his passion for the outdoors with his family. Two of his three children, Hawkins and Izzie, go deer hunting during Kentucky’s youth season and share their gratitude for a father that shares the outdoors with them.
“I’ve learned a lot working at Mossy Oak. One of the most impactful lessons I learned directly from Toxey is that the one thing you can’t make any more of is time,” said Maki. “With all the craziness of modern life, it is a blessing to just spend some time with my kids in the woods and watch them learn and become a part of the Mossy Oak lifestyle. Hopefully our Family Tree series will encourage more folks to get their kids in the field this season.”
This episode of “Family Tree” features Mossy Oak’s Jeff Shelby as he shares his gratitude for his upbringing in the outdoors. Their father/son experience in the outdoors was one of sacrifice and Jeff sees it full circle on a Kansas waterfowl hunt.
“Looking back on it now, the weekends my dad sac...
Rusty McDaniels has worked in Mossy Oak Productions for 14 years. His passion for the outdoors began when he followed his dad in the woods and on the lake. McDaniels explains that he has vivid memories of that time together and when he became a father of three boys, he knew they, too, would be ex...