Listen in as they discuss their spring shed hunting season and a big shed they found that confirms a 200-class buck they've been watching made it through the winter. Knowing this megabuck is still around, Lee outlines his plan to use hinge cutting and timber improvement to create a thick area of cover that will hopefully become a sanctuary for that buck. Lee and Tiffany also talk about allowing deer to reach their full maturity in both age and physical prime and how, if they could, they would let every buck grow until age 8. Focusing on land management, they explain a shift in their attention this year from row crop farming to timber improvement. Because as much as 80% of a deer's diet comes from browse, Lee says he is devoting more time this year to timber, hinge cutting and more in order to make sure there is as much food in the timber as they have in food plots. Finally, they'll talk about raising kids in the outdoors and highlight a recent turkey hunt with their son, Cameron, where he was able to take his second turkey ever. Listen in!