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A look at the Randy Schultz trophy buck taken in southern Illinois.



 Illinois Monarch: 202 7/8-inch Trophy Buck Trophy Bucks

Illinois Monarch: 202 7/8-inch Trophy Buck

North American Whitetail Online Staff - November 22, 2011

A look at the Randy Schultz trophy buck taken in southern Illinois.  

On the morning of November 6, 2011, I was in my treestand before daylight. At 8:30 a.m. the deer IDeer of the Day - Double-Drop Tines in Kansas, Phil Ryan Deer of the Day

Deer of the Day - Double-Drop Tines in Kansas, Phil Ryan

Phil Ryan - November 21, 2011

On the morning of November 6, 2011, I was in my treestand before daylight. At 8:30 a.m. the...

Russell Nickel has been deer hunting for more than 30 years and has gotten to the point where itOkie Cactus Buck Freak Bucks

Okie Cactus Buck

North American Whitetail Online Staff - November 21, 2011

Russell Nickel has been deer hunting for more than 30 years and has gotten to the point where...

My name is Derek Waggener and I hunt in Brown County Illinois. I hadn't seen anything all day  inDeer of the Day - Illinois Bow Buck, Derek Waggener Deer of the Day

Deer of the Day - Illinois Bow Buck, Derek Waggener

Derek Waggener - November 18, 2011

My name is Derek Waggener and I hunt in Brown County Illinois. I hadn't seen anything all day ...

Hunting in freezing conditions almost certainly means freezing feet, and that makes it a literalFreezing Feet? Try Thermacell Heated Insoles Accessories

Freezing Feet? Try Thermacell Heated Insoles

Dylan Polk - November 18, 2011

Hunting in freezing conditions almost certainly means freezing feet, and that makes it a...

A look at a 226-inch Ohio Trophy deer taken by 13-year-old Kurt Mallett

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High & Heavy: 226-Inch Ohio Trophy Buck

North American Whitetail Online Staff - November 18, 2011

A look at a 226-inch Ohio Trophy deer taken by 13-year-old Kurt Mallett

While hunting in a ground blind the opening morning of the 2011 Missouri youth hunting season withDeer of the Day - 6-Year-Old's First Buck!, David Reid Deer of the Day

Deer of the Day - 6-Year-Old's First Buck!, David Reid

North American Whitetail Online Staff - November 16, 2011

While hunting in a ground blind the opening morning of the 2011 Missouri youth hunting season...

The Randy Simonitch Buck proved that the big boys aren't always way back in the deep woods when heRandy Simonitch Buck: 269 7/8 Monster Non-Typical

Randy Simonitch Buck: 269 7/8 Monster

NAW TV - November 16, 2011

The Randy Simonitch Buck proved that the big boys aren't always way back in the deep woods...

I took off early from work on November 2nd, so I could take my climber into an area in MooreDeer of the Day - Carolina Slug Gun Buck, Robert Bonner Deer of the Day

Deer of the Day - Carolina Slug Gun Buck, Robert Bonner

Robert Bonner - November 15, 2011

I took off early from work on November 2nd, so I could take my climber into an area in Moore

The story behind this Illinois trophy buck that scored 185 5/8 inches with 16 scorable points.

Brandon Stichter's Illinois Trophy Buck Trophy Bucks

Brandon Stichter's Illinois Trophy Buck

Brandon Stichter - November 15, 2011

The story behind this Illinois trophy buck that scored 185 5/8 inches with 16 scorable...

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