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Dr. James Kroll and Pat Hogan discuss theimportance of creating the right bedding cover andDeer Factory: The Importance of Creating Sanctuaries

Deer Factory: The Importance of Creating Sanctuaries

Dr. James Kroll and Pat Hogan discuss theimportance of creating the right bedding cover and

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 Photo Courtesy of the Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club.

The 2014 hunting season was a busy one forAdam Hupf Buck: 191-Inch Wisconsin Typical Archery State Record

Adam Hupf Buck: 191-Inch Wisconsin Typical Archery State Record

Photo Courtesy of the Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club. The 2014 hunting season was a busy one

North American Whitetail Online Staff

Some records stand for decades at a time; others, no more than two years.

Over the past weekend,New Wisconsin Typical Archery State Record Buck Named

New Wisconsin Typical Archery State Record Buck Named

Some records stand for decades at a time; others, no more than two years. Over the past

Andrew Vanlaningham

Hunter: Eric Barrett
Location: Brookville, Indiana
Gear: BowTech; Gold Tip arrows; G5 Montec;Deer of the Day: Eric Barrett's 183-Inch Indiana Buck

Deer of the Day: Eric Barrett's 183-Inch Indiana Buck

Hunter: Eric Barrett Location: Brookville, Indiana Gear: BowTech; Gold Tip arrows; G5 Montec;

North American Whitetail Online Staff

Twenty feet up in a huge ash tree, Nick Brown listened to the steady drone of mosquitoes as sweatNick Brown Buck: 171-Inch Kentucky Velvet

Nick Brown Buck: 171-Inch Kentucky Velvet

Twenty feet up in a huge ash tree, Nick Brown listened to the steady drone of mosquitoes as

Bill Cooper

Being three generations of hunters, fishermen and sportsmen in general, the Bryants of southeasternBing Bryant Buck: 211-Inch Non-Typical Bruiser

Bing Bryant Buck: 211-Inch Non-Typical Bruiser

Being three generations of hunters, fishermen and sportsmen in general, the Bryants of

Riley Ottenbreit

Every year, New York produces some of the Northeast's biggest bucks. In fact, going into last fall,Rick DiBene Buck: 169-Inch New York Brute

Rick DiBene Buck: 169-Inch New York Brute

Every year, New York produces some of the Northeast's biggest bucks. In fact, going into last

Jeff Brown

Pay attention to the details of your hunt, and log them for next year!The 7-Day Rule for Patterning and Tagging Mature Bucks

The 7-Day Rule for Patterning and Tagging Mature Bucks

Pay attention to the details of your hunt, and log them for next year!

Dan Cole

Bryon Raper's dream was to someday own the old family homestead that had been sold many years ago.Bryon Raper Buck: 213-Inch Non-Typical Buck

Bryon Raper Buck: 213-Inch Non-Typical Buck

Bryon Raper's dream was to someday own the old family homestead that had been sold many years

Randy Templeton

Anyone who likes a good deer story should love this one. I know I do. My hunting spirit holds aMakayla Hay Buck: 205-Inch Texas Non-Typical

Makayla Hay Buck: 205-Inch Texas Non-Typical

Anyone who likes a good deer story should love this one. I know I do. My hunting spirit holds a

Matt Williams

Over the last 35 years, whitetail hunters in the Southeast have witnessed a remarkable evolution.Earl Williams Buck: 197-Inch Georgia Booner

Earl Williams Buck: 197-Inch Georgia Booner

Over the last 35 years, whitetail hunters in the Southeast have witnessed a remarkable

Bill Cooper

I started my bowhunting career in the mid-1980s, while living in Jacksonville, Florida. My friendCorey Klein Buck: 228-Inch Non-Typical Iowa Giant

Corey Klein Buck: 228-Inch Non-Typical Iowa Giant

I started my bowhunting career in the mid-1980s, while living in Jacksonville, Florida. My

Corey Klein

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