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Young Guns: Top 2010 Bucks From Our Next Generation Of Hunters

Young Guns: Top 2010 Bucks From Our Next Generation Of Hunters

These young hunters might have tagged their buck of a lifetime at a very young age!

Seeing the look of pure joy on the faces of young hunters after they've successfully harvested a trophy deer is something that can be appreciated by anyone that's spent time in the woods pursuing game. The very existence of our outdoor pursuits depends on the next generation of hunters embracing the traditions of this pastime and becoming stewards of the sport for this century and beyond. Here's a look at some of the top bucks taken by young ones this past 2010 season.



13-year old, Brock Albaugh of Carrollton, Ohio dropped this wonderful buck, his first, with his father's 50-caliber muzzleloader.
Dalton Tillison harvested this 150-inch Kansas whitetail with his bow while hunting with his father Wes.
While hunting with his father, Landon Young was able to harvest this 173-inch trophy buck on his family farm during Kentucky's firearm season.
Hunter Higdon harvested this deer in Tennessee.
James harvested this fine whitetail with his father, Kevin, in Kipling, Saskatchewan.

While hunting the shotgun season in Minnesota and with his father at his side, Isaak Solum was able to harvest this fantastic whitetail buck!
11-year-old Riley Thomsen was able to harvest this fantastic whitetail while hunting near Amherst, Nebraska.
While hunting with Grandpa Don, 10-year-old Sierra was able to take this 14-point buck with a crossbow. Nice work Sierra!
While hunting in Koochiching County, MN, Bryce Hjelle harvest this great buck from 20 yards.
Carrie Lampe shot this beastly 12-point buck on opening morning...her half of a double she shared with her dad.
9-year-old Jade Taylor harvested this big buck dubbed "Freak Nasty" in Delaware while hunting with her dad's (James) 20-gauge H&R shotgun.
Jacob Lawson was able to take this unusual buck in Red River County, TX while hunting with his father.
14-year-old Sam Hawkins scored his first muzzleloader kill on Tennessee's opening morning! Nice work Sam!
While hunting in Polk County, TX with his father Marvin, Levi Hurley dropped this double-main-beam bruiser.
Travis Connot ha


rvest this fantastic 12-point buck while hunting in Nebraska. His first bow buck ever!


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