‘Duck Dynasty’ stars hunt for treasure in new Fox Nation series

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Expert duck hunters Jase and Jep Robertson join ‘Jesse Watters Primetime’ to discuss their new Fox Nation special ‘Duck Family Treasure’ and share their conversations with New Yorkers over what they treasure.

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