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Adams County, Ohio, may well have produced more B&C bucks during the 2006 season than any other county in the nation. While the Amish “Lucky” buck and the Metzner buck stole the headlines, at least three other B&C whitetails and one monster buck that didn't qualify for the record book hailed from this big-buck stronghold.The 'Other' Giants of Adams County

The 'Other' Giants of Adams County

Tom Cross - September 22, 2010

Adams County, Ohio, may well have produced more B&C bucks during the 2006 season than any...

Don't think you must fight your way through South Texas thorns to shoot a big free-ranging whitetail in the Lone Star State. Way up north, the wide-open eastern Panhandle is a hotspot just waiting to be discovered.Trophy Bucks at the Top of Texas

Trophy Bucks at the Top of Texas

Gordon Whittington - September 22, 2010

Don't think you must fight your way through South Texas thorns to shoot a big free-ranging...

On the heels of a new state-record non-typical being taken by a recurve bow in 2005, Paul Buccacio brought down a new state-record typical with his Hoyt recurve last season.Recurve Fever in Massachusetts

Recurve Fever in Massachusetts

Jeff Brown - September 22, 2010

On the heels of a new state-record non-typical being taken by a recurve bow in 2005, Paul...

When Parrish Brown's dad told Parrish that he'd better go hunting last Nov. 12, the hunter took his dad's advice and came home with one of Illinois' best bow bucks of the 2006 season.A Winning Hunch

A Winning Hunch

Ron Wilmore - September 22, 2010

When Parrish Brown's dad told Parrish that he'd better go hunting last Nov. 12, the hunter...

This relatively small island, located at the junction of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence Seaway, offers some outstanding bowhunting opportunities for big whitetails.Wolfe Island Whitetails

Wolfe Island Whitetails

Peter Schoonmaker - September 22, 2010

This relatively small island, located at the junction of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence...

Hunting a giant buck in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia, near houses, highways, barking dogs and nature hikers demands a special kind of dedication. Bob Coombs of Roswell, Georgia, persevered last season and won the contest!The Quest For Brutus

The Quest For Brutus

Bill Cooper - September 22, 2010

Hunting a giant buck in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia, near houses, highways, barking dogs...

Like one of New England's multi-masted ships of yore, this multi-tined megabuck from New Hampshire boasts a rack of legendary proportions.A True 'Yankee Clipper'

A True 'Yankee Clipper'

Jeff Brown - September 22, 2010

Like one of New England's multi-masted ships of yore, this multi-tined megabuck from New...

Even before this South Texas hunt for a B&C contender got under way, veteran trophy hunter David Morris knew that trying to capture the action on video might cost him his buck. It did, but Providence afforded David another chance!Second Chance Booner

Second Chance Booner

David Morris - September 22, 2010

Even before this South Texas hunt for a B&C contender got under way, veteran trophy hunter...

After seven years of hunting in the Land of Oz and after taking North America's largest typical buck by bow last season, it's easy to understand why Connecticut hunter Keith Manca insists that "Kansas is the only place I care to go."Oz-Land's Biggest 7x7 Ever!

Oz-Land's Biggest 7x7 Ever!

Odie Sudbeck - September 22, 2010

After seven years of hunting in the Land of Oz and after taking North America's largest...

After striking out on the first day of the two-day Kansas Youth Hunt in late September 2007, Jerry Livingston had serious moral reservations about taking his son James back out on Sunday afternoon. But the father-and-son team did go back out, and they came home with the buck of a lifetime!A Happy Transgression

A Happy Transgression

Jerry Livingston - September 22, 2010

After striking out on the first day of the two-day Kansas Youth Hunt in late September 2007,...

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