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Take advantage of spring gobbler season to locate big bucks for the fall.Mix Turkey Hunting & Whitetail Scouting

Mix Turkey Hunting & Whitetail Scouting

Take advantage of spring gobbler season to locate big bucks for the fall.

Tony J. Peterson

Figuring out a piece of public land during a weeklong bowhunt is like solving a puzzle. Here's how to do it. Solving the Public-Land Puzzle for Bowhunting Whitetails

Solving the Public-Land Puzzle for Bowhunting Whitetails

Figuring out a piece of public land during a weeklong bowhunt is like solving a puzzle. Here's

Darron McDougal

Some true monsters have gone under the radar for years. We're taking a look at some of these whitetails that didn't receive the media attention they deserved.Overlooked & Underrated Bucks

Overlooked & Underrated Bucks

Some true monsters have gone under the radar for years. We're taking a look at some of these

Gordon Whittington

This New Jersey trophy was impressively taken with archery tackle in 1996. Scott Borden's New Jersey Typical Buck

Scott Borden's New Jersey Typical Buck

This New Jersey trophy was impressively taken with archery tackle in 1996.

Gordon Whittington

This buck shot in 1967 never received all the attention its massive rack deserved.Jack Davidge Saskatchewan Non-Typical Buck

Jack Davidge Saskatchewan Non-Typical Buck

This buck shot in 1967 never received all the attention its massive rack deserved.

Gordon Whittington

Amid legal issues, this Oklahoma monster never received its fair share of whitetail fame.Michael Crossland's Oklahoma Record Non-Typical Buck

Michael Crossland's Oklahoma Record Non-Typical Buck

Amid legal issues, this Oklahoma monster never received its fair share of whitetail fame.

Gordon Whittington

Learn more about the Number 3 typical buck of all time, taken in Missouri in 1971.Larry Gibson's 205-Inch Typical Buck

Larry Gibson's 205-Inch Typical Buck

Learn more about the Number 3 typical buck of all time, taken in Missouri in 1971.

Gordon Whittington

At over 250 inches, this buck went under the radar for years before more details surfaced about the irregular hunt.Brett Johnson's "Montana Mystery Buck"

Brett Johnson's "Montana Mystery Buck"

At over 250 inches, this buck went under the radar for years before more details surfaced

Gordon Whittington

The Brewster buck has been confirmed as a new bowhunting world record and the largest deer ever taken by a hunter anywhere in North America!Brewster Buck Gets Even Bigger: 327 7/8 Inches!

Brewster Buck Gets Even Bigger: 327 7/8 Inches!

The Brewster buck has been confirmed as a new bowhunting world record and the largest deer

Gordon Whittington

The combination of warm Asian herbs and spices, tender venison, and healthy dose of carrots and potatoes in this stew recipe is heaven.Vietnamese Venison Stew Recipe

Vietnamese Venison Stew Recipe

The combination of warm Asian herbs and spices, tender venison, and healthy dose of carrots

Jenny Nguyen-Wheatley

In blackpowder hunting, details always matter. Don't learn the hard way. Choose the Right Load for Your Muzzleloader

Choose the Right Load for Your Muzzleloader

In blackpowder hunting, details always matter. Don't learn the hard way.

Gordon Whittington

Pull your stands, regroup, and plan to start fresh for this season! Start with a Whitetail Blank Slate this Season

Start with a Whitetail Blank Slate this Season

Pull your stands, regroup, and plan to start fresh for this season!

Tony J. Peterson

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