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Sunken into the dry, dusty brush and grass filling the gaps between rocky outcrops, I surveyed theHow Much Impact Are Predators Having on Whitetail Herds?

How Much Impact Are Predators Having on Whitetail Herds?

Sunken into the dry, dusty brush and grass filling the gaps between rocky outcrops, I surveyed

Patrick Hogan

For decades, the Brush Country of South Texas has been recognized as the state's premier region forMark Lee Buck: Texas' New No. 3 Non-Typical

Mark Lee Buck: Texas' New No. 3 Non-Typical

For decades, the Brush Country of South Texas has been recognized as the state's premier

Matt Williams

Pat Hogan discusses the right broadhead for your bow setup at Muzzy's world headquarters.On Target: Choosing Fixed or Mechanical Blade Broadheads

On Target: Choosing Fixed or Mechanical Blade Broadheads

Pat Hogan discusses the right broadhead for your bow setup at Muzzy's world headquarters.

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Dr. James Kroll explores the challenges and benefits of government habitat programs.Deer Factory: Pros and Cons of CRP Programs

Deer Factory: Pros and Cons of CRP Programs

Dr. James Kroll explores the challenges and benefits of government habitat programs.

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Jeremy Moore introduces Tailer to the tracking leash.Deer Dog: Using a Tracking Leash

Deer Dog: Using a Tracking Leash

Jeremy Moore introduces Tailer to the tracking leash.

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Gordon Whittington is sifting through the snow covered ground in the woods of Iowa in search ofShed Hunting in Iowa

Shed Hunting in Iowa

Gordon Whittington is sifting through the snow covered ground in the woods of Iowa in search of

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Hunter: Andy Hall
Location: Garfield County, Oklahoma
Method: Bow
Score: 173 7/8 (net)

For threeDeer of the Day: Andy Hall's 173-Inch Oklahoma Buck

Deer of the Day: Andy Hall's 173-Inch Oklahoma Buck

Hunter: Andy Hall Location: Garfield County, Oklahoma Method: Bow Score: 173 7/8 (net) For

North American Whitetail Online Staff

Last winter, a deer-management program that had begun five years earlier paid off in a hugeTeddy's Buck: 215-Inch Iowa Blackpowder Bruiser

Teddy's Buck: 215-Inch Iowa Blackpowder Bruiser

Last winter, a deer-management program that had begun five years earlier paid off in a huge

Gabe Adair

Hunter: Garry Neal
Location: Wayne County, Kentucky
Method: .30-06
Score: 192 3/8 Green

DespiteDeer of the Day: Garry Neal's 192-Inch Kentucky Brute

Deer of the Day: Garry Neal's 192-Inch Kentucky Brute

Hunter: Garry Neal Location: Wayne County, Kentucky Method: .30-06 Score: 192 3/8

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When Jared Thiede got his first glimpse of a big buck running across a field back in 2011, he hadJared Thiede Buck: 184-Inch Wisconsin Monster

Jared Thiede Buck: 184-Inch Wisconsin Monster

When Jared Thiede got his first glimpse of a big buck running across a field back in 2011, he

Randy Templeton

Waking up and checking my text messages last November, I realized that in only a short time I'dBill Robinson Buck: 193-Inch Kansas Beast

Bill Robinson Buck: 193-Inch Kansas Beast

Waking up and checking my text messages last November, I realized that in only a short time I'd

Mike Charowhas

Junior Key has spent much of his life in the outdoors, working as a professional logger in theJunior Key Buck: 219-Inch Non-Typical Giant

Junior Key Buck: 219-Inch Non-Typical Giant

Junior Key has spent much of his life in the outdoors, working as a professional logger in the

Bill Cooper

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