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A lifetime in the woods and a deep-seated love for getting close to deer point Ronnie "Cuz" Strickland's mind toward the woods at every opportunity through the fall and winter. Follow him to Texas and feel the fire of an excitement that has never cooled as he shares the backstory on his obsession...
Drury Outdoors • A Look at Their Deer Hunting Obsession
According to Mark Drury, “You don’t choose your obsession; your obsession chooses you.”
The Drury family obsession with the outdoors began with their grandfather. For him, hunting was a necessity. They had to hunt to eat. Beginning with rabbits and squirrels, Mark and Terry developed a passi...
This episode of “The Obsessed” features Ann, Ben, Hawkins and Geoff Maki as they hunt Ben’s farm in Kentucky, which has 47 harvested bucks to date. Watch “The Obsessed” on the all-new MossyOak.com.
Ben has only harvested one of the 47 bucks on his property but he says, “The ones that mean the ...
In this episode of The Obsessed, we follow Austin Delano and Dudley Phelps on a whitetail hunt in Oklahoma. Find out what drives their obsession and learn how a food plot guy vs. a tree guy interact on an early season hunt.
Obsessions with big deer are rooted in our earliest days in the field. For Mossy Oak’s Joe White, it’s a passion that’s only grown stronger with age. When the weather and the rut get right in Kansas, there’s no more exhilarating place to be.