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Duck Dynasty look-alike contest hits Gray

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GRAY, TN (WJHL) -

A lot of hair, a lot of camo, and a lot of fun in Gray Saturday.

Oh, not to mention a few guys who look strikingly similar to the Robertson family, on the hit show Duck Dynasty.

This weekend was Duck Dynasty look-alike weekend.

News Channel 11's Lauren Haviland caught up with Willie Robertson. Or should we say, Vic Young.

"So many of us really enjoy the show, and sort of in conversation. We have a lot of 'hairy people' at our church, so it seems to be a going statement that somebody looks like this member of the family or somebody looks like that member of the family," Young said.

Young said young or old, many people can relate to the hit show, and says the family has good, wholesome values.

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