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20 Best DIY Whitetail States for 2015

by Bernie Barringer 0

According to a recent survey conducted by the National Deer Alliance, 42 percent of deer hunters said they have travelled… more »


DIY Whitetail: 5 Easy Tips for Gaining Permission to Hunt Private Land

by Bernie Barringer 0

My background as a trapper has benefited me in many ways as a deer hunter. Back in the 1980s, when… more »


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 »


The DIY Guide to Hunting Big Bucks Out of State

by Mark Kenyon 0

“You’re an idiot.” Those were the words from a commenter on my personal blog when I made the claim that… more »


Whitetail Hunts to Plan Before You Die (or Get Really Old)

by Gordon Whittington 3

If you were asked to name the hunts you wanted to go on most before you called it quits, you… more »


16 Things To Remember On Your Guided Trophy Whitetail Hunt

by Kenny Myers 1

An article from North American Whitetail that gives 16 things to remember on your guided trophy whitetail hunt.


Booking An Outfitter: 12 Key Questions To Ask

by Kenny Myers 0

You’ve salted away the hard-earned money for that hunt of a lifetime and you’re finally ready to take on the… more »


Is Montana Still A Buck Hotspot?

by Gordon Whittington 0

I can’t recall what I had for lunch yesterday, but I remember many details of an entire week back in… more »


NAWTV Episode 3: Hunting Kansas Whitetail Bucks

by NAW TV 1

Dr. James Kroll loves hunting Kansas whitetail bucks. In this clip, we find him with John Butler of Buck Forage… more »

Deer densities might be lower in the Adirondacks due to lower food supplies, but hunting pressure is also nearly non-existent in its more remote reaches. Photo by Dusan Smetana/

Hunting Adirondack Whitetails

by Leo Maloney 5

Pat and Tony Salerno have made a living chasing whitetails across the rugged 6 million acres of the Adirondacks in upstate New York. Here’s how they do it.

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