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One of the founding partners of North American Whitetail shares his thoughts on the magazine's amazing history and on some of the profound contributions NAW has made to the whitetail industry.25 Years of Whitetail

25 Years of Whitetail

One of the founding partners of North American Whitetail shares his thoughts on the magazine's

David Morris

This New Jersey hunter was floating on the clouds in early October 2005 after shooting an outstanding buck on opening day of the '05 New Jersey archery season. Then, his dream hunt turned into a nightmare after he was accused of shooting the deer illegally with a rifle.The Armando Pioppi Jr. Story

The Armando Pioppi Jr. Story

This New Jersey hunter was floating on the clouds in early October 2005 after shooting an

Les Davenport

On opening day of the 2006 Wisconsin firearms season, John Filla shot the buck of a lifetime while engaged in a deer drive with his brothers and nephews. But the most unbelievable part of his story came after the deer was down.The Beast From Independence

The Beast From Independence

On opening day of the 2006 Wisconsin firearms season, John Filla shot the buck of a lifetime

Craig Bobula

The author takes an in-depth look at trophy whitetail hunting across North America -- where it's been and where it's going.Trophy Whitetails Forever

Trophy Whitetails Forever

The author takes an in-depth look at trophy whitetail hunting across North America -- where

Les Davenport

              By Curt Wells, Equipment Editor    Pour your favorite Code Blue attractant scent intoCode Blue Scents

Code Blue Scents

By Curt Wells, Equipment Editor Pour your favorite Code Blue attractant scent

Although he had seen this world-class buck once in 2006 and even captured it on video, Joel Eggers never really expected to see the Illinois giant again. But you can never say never, and last October their paths crossed one more time.The Brow Tine Buck

The Brow Tine Buck

Although he had seen this world-class buck once in 2006 and even captured it on video, Joel

Joel Eggers

Although most experienced trophy hunters go by a buck's estimated age rather than his antler size to determine whether or not that buck is mature enough to hunt, where is the cut-off point? Is it 3 1/2, 4 1/2 or 5 1/2? Read on and you'll discover some interesting viewpoints.At What Age is a Buck Mature? Pt. 1

At What Age is a Buck Mature? Pt. 1

Although most experienced trophy hunters go by a buck's estimated age rather than his antler

Don Higgins

While the demand for trophy whitetails has increased at lightning speed in recent years, so, too, has the insatiable demand for shed antlers. As values for both continue to escalate, there's a question we should ask: What are sheds really worth?Shedding Light On The Value Of Whitetail Sheds

Shedding Light On The Value Of Whitetail Sheds

While the demand for trophy whitetails has increased at lightning speed in recent years, so,

Les Davenport

Last season, this avid Louisiana hunter decided to do some bowhunting for the first time in more than 30 years, and his second trip to the woods produced the state's largest bow buck in history!Billy Husted's Bayou Bruiser

Billy Husted's Bayou Bruiser

Last season, this avid Louisiana hunter decided to do some bowhunting for the first time in

Glynn Harris

Our December 2007 issue carried the troubling story of a New Jersey hunter whose deer was confiscated by the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife. Here is a brief overview of what happened and the results of Armando Pioppi Jr.'s court case.Armando Loses His Appeal

Armando Loses His Appeal

Our December 2007 issue carried the troubling story of a New Jersey hunter whose deer was

Les Davenport



A colleague once made an interesting assertion: Whitetail Management And Private Landowners

Whitetail Management And Private Landowners

A colleague once made an interesting assertion: "Two hundred or so years ago, Benjamin

Dr. James C. Kroll

The author is a firm believer in hitting the woods  during the early weeks of the season, and he has a wall full of trophies to prove that his early-season techniques can be highly productive.4 Secrets To Successful Early-Season Whitetail Hunting

4 Secrets To Successful Early-Season Whitetail Hunting

The author is a firm believer in hitting the woods during the early weeks of the season, and

Travis J. Faulkner

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