Kodiak Island changes every misconception about Sitka BLACKTAIL deer being small. Keep your eyes on this video to the end, as Pat Hoglund, WHJ Publisher and Travis Moncrief, WHJ Editor, come across BIG SITKA BLACKTAIL deer in Kodiak, Alaska.
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