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Jon Massie Buck: 202-Inch Kansas Giant

by Mike Charowhas 0

Throughout my many years of hunting, collecting and writing about trophy whitetails, Jon Massie has been one of those guys… more »

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The Best New Compound Bows for 2014

by Tracy Breen 0

Based on what’s been introduced in recent months, 2014 will be another great year for archery gear junkies. Many manufacturers… more »

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10 Biggest Pope and Young Non-Typical Whitetails of All Time

by Mark Kenyon 0

Over 50 years ago near Seattle, Wash., Glenn St. Charles founded the Pope and Young Club to “advocate and encourage… more »

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Kyle Heuerman’s Illinois Buck: 196-Inch Bruiser

by Kyle Heuerman 0

Back in the summer of 2011, I had high hopes of seeing several specific bucks I wanted to chase later… more »

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6 Great DIY Bowhunting Destinations

by Bernie Barringer 0

I suppose it stands to reason that after nearly 20 do-it-yourself, out-of-state whitetail bowhunts, I have some favorite places. Most… more »

Jason Buss Buck: 190-Inch Illinois Giant

Jason Buss Buck: 190-Inch Illinois Giant

by Ron Willmore 0

You’ve often heard the saying, “Big bucks don’t get that way by being stupid.” Well, Illinois deer hunter Jason Buss… more »

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Ty Schaefer Buck: Pennsylvania’s New No. 4 Typical of All Time

by North American Whitetail Online Staff 0

As Ty Schaefer and his grandfather rode in the back of the pickup truck, staring in amazement at Ty’s first… more »

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14 Best Broadheads for 2013

by North American Whitetail Online Staff 0

There really are a lot of components to a successful whitetail season, but for bowhunters the moment of truth comes… more »

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New Crossbows for Deer Season

by Tracy Breen 0

Archery gear is always changing and always improving. In turn, archery companies are constantly striving for more speed and forgiveness… more »

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Bow Basics: How to Improve Your Sight Picture

by Terry Wunderle 0

Have you ever put your sight pin on a target or deer and observed more movement than you would see… more »

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