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Crossbow Hunter Kills Potential North Carolina State Record Archery Buck

by North American Whitetail Online Staff 0

It looks like there might be a new king of whitetails in North Carolina. Steven Davis, a Winston-Salem fireman from… more »

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Tom Boyer Buck: 209-Inch Kansas Brute

by Tom Boyer 0

Ever since the 1999 hunt on which I shot a 202 7/8-inch non-typical buck, Kansas has been my heart’s desire… more »

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The Best Preseason Trail Camera Photos from the NAW Community

by North American Whitetail Online Staff 0

With many deer seasons just around the corner and some already started, it’s time to suit up for the deer… more »

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Albert King Buck: 198-Inch Kentucky Giant

by Bill Cooper 0

By almost any measure, Albert King is an avid whitetail hunter. Nevertheless, whenever this resident of western Kentucky has an… more »

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Wayne Waldo Buck: 205-Inch Illinois Bruiser

by Ron Willmore 0

This has to be the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever tried to do. It would be easy to understand central… more »

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20 Best Whitetail States for 2014

by Mark Kenyon 0

Hunters naturally love rankings: The 10 best bows for the year, the top 20 biggest typical bucks, and the five… more »

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10 Biggest Pope and Young Typicals of All-Time

by Mark Kenyon 0

Simplicity, elegance, symmetry and balance—these words have been used by thousands of hunters over the years to describe the incredibly… more »

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Keith Grubbs Buck: 170-Inch Virginia Hoss

by Keith Grubbs 0

Like many other Virginia hunters, I like to watch deer shows on TV and read magazine articles about giant whitetails… more »

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Nick Drake Buck: 199-Inch Missouri Monarch

by North American Whitetail Online Staff 0

Hunter: Nick Drake Location: Kahoka, Mo. Equipment: .270 Score: 199 B&C (gross) Is there a more appropriate way for a… more »

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Steve Richardson Buck: 183-Inch Hoosier Bruiser

by Steve Richardson 0

Early last October, following an uneventful bowhunt in our new hunting spot in southeastern Indiana, my sons Brad and Brandon… more »

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