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Adam Hupf Buck: 191-Inch Wisconsin Typical Archery State Record

by North American Whitetail Online Staff 0

The 2014 hunting season was a busy one for Wisconsin bowhunter Adam Hupf. He hunted elk in Colorado, black bear… more »


New Wisconsin Typical Archery State Record Buck Named

by Andrew Vanlaningham 0

Some records stand for decades at a time; others, no more than two years. Over the past weekend, the Wisconsin… more »


Deer of the Day: Eric Barrett’s 183-Inch Indiana Buck

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Hunter: Eric Barrett Location: Brookville, Indiana Gear: BowTech; Gold Tip arrows; G5 Montec; Scent-Lok clothing Score: 183 inches What’s the… more »


Nick Brown Buck: 171-Inch Kentucky Velvet

by Bill Cooper 0

Twenty feet up in a huge ash tree, Nick Brown listened to the steady drone of mosquitoes as sweat trickled… more »


Bing Bryant Buck: 211-Inch Non-Typical Bruiser

by Riley Ottenbreit 0

Being three generations of hunters, fishermen and sportsmen in general, the Bryants of southeastern Saskatchewan have developed a great family… more »


Rick DiBene Buck: 169-Inch New York Brute

by Jeff Brown 0

Every year, New York produces some of the Northeast’s biggest bucks. In fact, going into last fall, over the previous… more »


Makayla Hay Buck: 205-Inch Texas Non-Typical

by Matt Williams 0

Anyone who likes a good deer story should love this one. I know I do. My hunting spirit holds a… more »


Bryon Raper Buck: 213-Inch Non-Typical Buck

by Randy Templeton 0

Bryon Raper’s dream was to someday own the old family homestead that had been sold many years ago. As a… more »


Earl Williams Buck: 197-Inch Georgia Booner

by Bill Cooper 0

Over the last 35 years, whitetail hunters in the Southeast have witnessed a remarkable evolution. During that span, the development… more »


Corey Klein Buck: 228-Inch Non-Typical Iowa Giant

by Corey Klein 0

I started my bowhunting career in the mid-1980s, while living in Jacksonville, Florida. My friend Bruce Hall and I used… more »

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