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There was as much skill and hard work as good fortune involved in taking Heath Kinder's trophy whitetail, but a bag of lucky acorns certainly didn't hurt matters.209 4/8-Inch Illinois Non-Typical Trophy Buck

209 4/8-Inch Illinois Non-Typical Trophy Buck

There was as much skill and hard work as good fortune involved in taking Heath Kinder's trophy

Heath Kinder

I had been sitting out in the icy cold, morning and afternoon, for three days...Shooting In Extreme Cold

Shooting In Extreme Cold

I had been sitting out in the icy cold, morning and afternoon, for three days...

Dick Metcalf

Despite a string of bad luck leading up to his hunt, 13-year-old Mitchell Krause was able to make the most of a challenging shot on a first-class Missouri whitetail!203-Inch Missouri Trophy Buck

203-Inch Missouri Trophy Buck

Despite a string of bad luck leading up to his hunt, 13-year-old Mitchell Krause was able to

Mitchell Krause



Adam Felser is a giant of a young man, having grown up in the logging business in Wisconsin. HeAre There Too Many Predators? Part 1

Are There Too Many Predators? Part 1

Adam Felser is a giant of a young man, having grown up in the logging business in Wisconsin.

Dr. James C. Kroll



 

In Part 1, I noted that predators have been on the increase in many areas in recentAre There Too Many Predators? Part 2

Are There Too Many Predators? Part 2

  In Part 1, I noted that predators have been on the increase in many areas in recent

Dr. James C. Kroll

Three years after discovering an incredible set of non-typical sheds, Adam Jordison brought home his world-class Iowa trophy -- but not in the fashion he had imagined.The Heartbreaker Buck: 272 3/8-inch Non-Typical

The Heartbreaker Buck: 272 3/8-inch Non-Typical

Three years after discovering an incredible set of non-typical sheds, Adam Jordison brought

Randy Templeton

Here's the inside story of what might be the greatest non-typical in history -- a tale complete with all the intrigue of a mystery novel.Biggest Buck Ever?

Biggest Buck Ever?

Here's the inside story of what might be the greatest non-typical in history -- a tale

Dianne Miller

For more than 50 years, mystery surrounded the biggest buck ever taken in Idaho and the identity of the hunter who killed it. The mystery has been solved.Idaho Legend: 267-Inch Trophy Whitetail

Idaho Legend: 267-Inch Trophy Whitetail

For more than 50 years, mystery surrounded the biggest buck ever taken in Idaho and the

Ryan Hatfield

When it's your first hunt in Iowa, on a piece of public land you've never seen, a little help from above can help to tip the odds in your favor. Just ask Sid Tingen.Blue's Buck: 193-inch Iowa Public Land Trophy Whitetail

Blue's Buck: 193-inch Iowa Public Land Trophy Whitetail

When it's your first hunt in Iowa, on a piece of public land you've never seen, a little help

Randy Templeton

When the rut arrives and the action ramps up, it's time to get aggressive with your calling. Take these hard-core calling tips into the woods this November!Get Aggressive: Rut Calling Tactics

Get Aggressive: Rut Calling Tactics

When the rut arrives and the action ramps up, it's time to get aggressive with your calling.

P.J. Reilly

Tracy Atchison knew the only route to killing the Kansas buck he had named "Goliath" was straight down the barrel of a muzzleloader.Meet Goliath: A Kansas 223 3/8 Non-Typical

Meet Goliath: A Kansas 223 3/8 Non-Typical

Tracy Atchison knew the only route to killing the Kansas buck he had named "Goliath"

Clay Newcomb

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