Tim Roller's Whitetail Journey

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Tim Roller's Whitetail Journey is an American television show that was created in 2012. Whitetail Journey replaces Roller's first show Tim Roller's Wild Addiction.

Whitetail Journey documents Roller's professional staff of hunters as they chase whitetail deer throughout the fall across the Midwestern United States. It airs across the United States on the Pursuit Channel Sunday mornings at 11:00 am (EST).

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