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Mike Cauble and his sons had known about this great Illinois megabuck for four years, but the charmed deer always managed to elude everyone. In 2008, however, young Jeremy set out to even the score with his muzzleloader.A Buck Named 'Lucky'

A Buck Named 'Lucky'

Mike Cauble and his sons had known about this great Illinois megabuck for four years, but the

When this avid hunter spotted the buck of his dreams through the closed Plexiglas window of his ground blind, he had to make a split-second decision: "Do I shoot through the Plexiglas or do I lose the chance of a lifetime?"Michigan's Plexiglas 'Moose'

Michigan's Plexiglas 'Moose'

When this avid hunter spotted the buck of his dreams through the closed Plexiglas window of

Gabe Van Wormer

Like a lot of Pennsylvania hunters, Dave Zagorski had mixed feelings when the state imposed antler restrictions in 2002. However, after shooting this 5 1/2-year-old monster last season, he Now believes it's worthwhile to let younger bucks grow up!The 2-Foot Dream Buck

The 2-Foot Dream Buck

Like a lot of Pennsylvania hunters, Dave Zagorski had mixed feelings when the state imposed

Steve Sorenson

Whitetail hunting is a way of life in southeastern Iowa, and for brothers John and Floyd Peck, Floyd's daughter, Hattie, and several other family members and friends, the 2008 season will forever be etched in their memories.The Amazing Quest For Hattie's Buck

The Amazing Quest For Hattie's Buck

Whitetail hunting is a way of life in southeastern Iowa, and for brothers John and Floyd Peck,

Duncan Dobie

Taken in Virginia in 1967, this great buck might have been a state-record non-typical for the next 25 years had it been recognized and officially scored. Here is the story of a great buck that remained obscure for 40 years.The Medusa Buck Of Chesterfield County

The Medusa Buck Of Chesterfield County

Taken in Virginia in 1967, this great buck might have been a state-record non-typical for the

Craig Holt

Mark Lewis had hunted this huge buck for two seasons with his bow but could never quite manage a shot. Then, during Iowa's first shotgun season last December, everything suddenly fell into place through the craziest of circumstances.Iowa's Switchgrass Monster

Iowa's Switchgrass Monster

Mark Lewis had hunted this huge buck for two seasons with his bow but could never quite manage

A chance meeting with a fellow sportsman in Illinois last season led this avid bowhunter from Tennessee on a journey that would yield one of his best bucks ever!The Huck Buck

The Huck Buck

A chance meeting with a fellow sportsman in Illinois last season led this avid bowhunter from

Whether it's whitetail hunting, football, business or other endeavors, this close-knit family of hunters usually finds a way to make things happen, and that's precisely what young Green Campbell did last October.The Campbell Touch

The Campbell Touch

Whether it's whitetail hunting, football, business or other endeavors, this close-knit family

Scott Kruse and his brother-in-law had been watching a giant Wisconsin buck for several years. During the 2008 shotgun season, they planned to go all out in an effort to bag him.Daniel's Undoing

Daniel's Undoing

Scott Kruse and his brother-in-law had been watching a giant Wisconsin buck for several years.

Scott Kruse

During her seventh year of hunting the Prairie State, Debbie Cox of Virginia was finally rewarded with a dream buck. But she had to endure a nightmare with a game warden before she reaped her reward.The Lucky 7 Buck

The Lucky 7 Buck

During her seventh year of hunting the Prairie State, Debbie Cox of Virginia was finally

Veteran bowhunter Mike Rex had made a herculean effort to arrow an Ohio megabuck known as the 'Sticker Tine Buck,' but the 2008-2009 bow season was rapidly coming to a close. It fell to Mike's son Ryan to finish the job.Changing Of The Guard

Changing Of The Guard

Veteran bowhunter Mike Rex had made a herculean effort to arrow an Ohio megabuck known as the

Mark Hicks

After he and his hunting companions got a trail camera photo of a giant non-typical, Robert Taylor thought that he would never see the buck again. But strange things often happen in the deer woods, and Robert ended up shooting a true BlueGrass megabuck.Kentucky's 'Muy Grande' Of The Year

Kentucky's 'Muy Grande' Of The Year

After he and his hunting companions got a trail camera photo of a giant non-typical, Robert

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