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                  On Oct. 4, 1995, Pete Eisenbarth of Lincoln, Nebraska, watched anxiously as aPete Eisenbarth, Nebraska
Deer of the Day

Pete Eisenbarth, Nebraska

On Oct. 4, 1995, Pete Eisenbarth of Lincoln, Nebraska, watched anxiously as a

                  Bucks that are 8 1/2 years old and have gross scores of 181 7/8 B&CKurt Boley, Texas
Deer of the Day

Kurt Boley, Texas

Bucks that are 8 1/2 years old and have gross scores of 181 7/8 B&C

                  Over the past few years there's been a notable resurgence of interest inJohn Eisenhauer, Pennsylvania
Deer of the Day

John Eisenhauer, Pennsylvania

Over the past few years there's been a notable resurgence of interest in

Even snow-white deer are fairly common in comparison to those that are abnormally dark in color.Rarest Whitetails Of All?
Deer Behavior & Facts

Rarest Whitetails Of All?

Even snow-white deer are fairly common in comparison to those that are abnormally dark in

Gordon Whittington

Why even go hunting if you're going to freeze out or be picked off by your quarry? These garments can improve your results.Camo: Quiet, Warm & Hidden From Deer
Accessories

Camo: Quiet, Warm & Hidden From Deer

Why even go hunting if you're going to freeze out or be picked off by your quarry? These

I'd hoped my special hunt on this northern Kentucky military reservation would pay off, but I never imagined a treasure like this!Striking Gold at Fort Knox
Trophy Bucks

Striking Gold at Fort Knox

I'd hoped my special hunt on this northern Kentucky military reservation would pay off, but I

I've been fortunate to be able to shoot a number of mature bucks during the first few weeks of bow season, and the patterns I've discovered could help you to be more successful as well.Lessons from Patterning Early-Season Bucks
Early Season

Lessons from Patterning Early-Season Bucks

I've been fortunate to be able to shoot a number of mature bucks during the first few weeks of

Don Higgins

How did I shoot the 39-pointer that could rank as the world's largest whitetail ever taken by a hunter? Here's the story.Amazing 39-Point Beatty Buck
Trophy Bucks

Amazing 39-Point Beatty Buck

How did I shoot the 39-pointer that could rank as the world's largest whitetail ever taken by

Mike Beatty

                  During the 2001 deer season in northern Idaho, Moscow's Ken Preston discoveredKen Preston, Idaho
Deer of the Day

Ken Preston, Idaho

During the 2001 deer season in northern Idaho, Moscow's Ken Preston

                  Patience proved to be a virtue for Ken Shannon of Southside, Alabama. HuntingKen Shannon, Alabama
Deer of the Day

Ken Shannon, Alabama

Patience proved to be a virtue for Ken Shannon of Southside, Alabama. Hunting

We all know how incredibly adaptive whitetails can be in their native land. However, having survived the rigors of New Zealand for the past 100 years puts them on a totally new level.New Zealand Whitetail Hunting, Part I
United States

New Zealand Whitetail Hunting, Part I

We all know how incredibly adaptive whitetails can be in their native land. However, having

Gordon Whittington

Even in a room filled with extraordinary whitetails, Ohio's unique "Barnacle Buck" still would stand out. One look at him is all it takes to know why!Rack Of 1,000 'Points'
Industry

Rack Of 1,000 'Points'

Even in a room filled with extraordinary whitetails, Ohio's unique "Barnacle Buck"

Gordon Whittington

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