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Growing up in the Citrus County area of north Florida, George Brannen spent much of his boyhood209-Inch South Georgia Trophy Whitetail

209-Inch South Georgia Trophy Whitetail

Bill Cooper - October 24, 2011

Growing up in the Citrus County area of north Florida, George Brannen spent much of his...



 Kevin Jaeger's Double Drop-Tined Dandy

Kevin Jaeger's Double Drop-Tined Dandy

North American Whitetail Online Staff - September 29, 2011

 

George Moore's instincts told him this would be a good day for deer hunting. He had been pursuingOklahoma's "Most Wanted": 206-inch Trophy Buck

Oklahoma's "Most Wanted": 206-inch Trophy Buck

Mike Lambeth - July 29, 2011

George Moore's instincts told him this would be a good day for deer hunting. He had been...

Tales of giant whitetail bucks brought down by the well-placed arrow of a hunter are actually quitePerfect Storm: 255 6/8-inch Missouri Trophy Buck!

Perfect Storm: 255 6/8-inch Missouri Trophy Buck!

Clay Newcomb - July 15, 2011

Tales of giant whitetail bucks brought down by the well-placed arrow of a hunter are actually...

Troy Wilson's 44-point velvet non-typical Kentucky deer is one of the most amazing 44-Point Velvet Non-Typical

44-Point Velvet Non-Typical

North American Whitetail Online Staff - June 07, 2011

Troy Wilson's 44-point velvet non-typical Kentucky deer is one of the most amazing "cactus"...

Why are the whitetail record books littered with world-class non-typical entries that have been found dead? And why are so few hunters encountering them on the hoof?Without A Trace: Learn Why Giant Non-Typical Bucks Are Often Found Dead

Without A Trace: Learn Why Giant Non-Typical Bucks Are Often Found Dead

Patrick Hogan - April 20, 2011

Why are the whitetail record books littered with world-class non-typical entries that have...

When Pennsylvania hunter Jerry Simkonis heard a co-worker talking about a giant buck he had seen at night in his yard, a little voice in his head told Jerry that he'd better pay attention.31-Point Drop-Tine Giant

31-Point Drop-Tine Giant

Steve Sorensen - March 14, 2011

When Pennsylvania hunter Jerry Simkonis heard a co-worker talking about a giant buck he had...

There was as much skill and hard work as good fortune involved in taking Heath Kinder's trophy whitetail, but a bag of lucky acorns certainly didn't hurt matters.209 4/8-Inch Illinois Non-Typical Trophy Buck

209 4/8-Inch Illinois Non-Typical Trophy Buck

Heath Kinder - March 04, 2011

There was as much skill and hard work as good fortune involved in taking Heath Kinder's trophy...

Three years after discovering an incredible set of non-typical sheds, Adam Jordison brought home his world-class Iowa trophy -- but not in the fashion he had imagined.The Heartbreaker Buck: 272 3/8-inch Non-Typical

The Heartbreaker Buck: 272 3/8-inch Non-Typical

Randy Templeton - February 18, 2011

Three years after discovering an incredible set of non-typical sheds, Adam Jordison brought...

For more than 50 years, mystery surrounded the biggest buck ever taken in Idaho and the identity of the hunter who killed it. The mystery has been solved.Idaho Legend: 267-Inch Trophy Whitetail

Idaho Legend: 267-Inch Trophy Whitetail

Ryan Hatfield - February 16, 2011

For more than 50 years, mystery surrounded the biggest buck ever taken in Idaho and the...

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