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For 20 years, Paul Brown hunted Alberta and Saskatchewan, trying to take a buck that would qualify for the all-time B&C records. Unbelievably, he finally did it last January in his own back yard on his farm in central Mississippi.Homegrown Booner

Homegrown Booner

For 20 years, Paul Brown hunted Alberta and Saskatchewan, trying to take a buck that would

Paul T. Brown

Baler Stewart may have been only 9 years old last year when he first spotted a huge non-typical buck on the family farm in Oklahoma, but he pursued the giant whitetail like a seasoned veteran!Baler's Pea Patch Bandit

Baler's Pea Patch Bandit

Baler Stewart may have been only 9 years old last year when he first spotted a huge

Mike Lambeth

For this avid Maryland whitetail hunter, the memories of spending time in the woods with his father and grandfather are unforgettable.Fathers, Sons & Whitetail Bucks

Fathers, Sons & Whitetail Bucks

For this avid Maryland whitetail hunter, the memories of spending time in the woods with his

Dave Ziegler

The old saying "Records are made to be broken" certainly rang true in Oklahoma last season when two magnificent typical bucks were taken that shattered the score of the existing state record. Here are their stories.A Tale Of Two Typicals

A Tale Of Two Typicals

The old saying "Records are made to be broken" certainly rang true in Oklahoma last

Mike Lambeth

Last season, when veteran whitetail hunter Mark Wakefield was given an opportunity to make a fairly easy shot on an Illinois megabuck, his shotgun misfired. Mark had only a second to correct the situation.Last Shot, Last Chance

Last Shot, Last Chance

Last season, when veteran whitetail hunter Mark Wakefield was given an opportunity to make a

Like a lot of avid bowhunters, Ohio's Don Wilson has to work for a living and seldom has time to hunt. Last year, when he did find time to hunt with a friend in early November, he picked the perfect day!A Working Man's Buck

A Working Man's Buck

Like a lot of avid bowhunters, Ohio's Don Wilson has to work for a living and seldom has time

Last season when avid bowhunter Don Crocker booked a 10-day hunt in Calgary's Bow Zone, he got more than he bargained for when he spotted a huge drop-tine buck at 69 yards. However, the quest for this Alberta giant would prove to be a daunting challenge.Closing in on 'Double D'

Closing in on 'Double D'

Last season when avid bowhunter Don Crocker booked a 10-day hunt in Calgary's Bow Zone, he got

Don Crocker

Last season, all that 9-year-old Mason Hancock wanted to do was shoot an antlered buck like he had done the year before while hunting with his dad. Mason achieved his goal, all right, and he did it with a buck that had antlers growing in every direction!A December Surprise

A December Surprise

Last season, all that 9-year-old Mason Hancock wanted to do was shoot an antlered buck like he

Bill Cooper

When 15-year-old James Klinker of Two Harbors, Minnesota, went out with his dad for an afternoon hunt last Nov. 9, he ended up shooting the local legend. What's more, the 17-point megabuck was his first buck ever!Legend Of Two Harbors

Legend Of Two Harbors

When 15-year-old James Klinker of Two Harbors, Minnesota, went out with his dad for an

Brian Rusk

When 22-year-old Chip Thurnau of St. Ansgar, Iowa, struck out for his makeshift ground blind last November, he had no idea that his two-year quest for a true Iowa megabuck would end the way it did!A Recipe for 'Big Mac'

A Recipe for 'Big Mac'

When 22-year-old Chip Thurnau of St. Ansgar, Iowa, struck out for his makeshift ground blind

Randy Templeton

On Nov. 5 last year during the peak of the rut, 17-year-old Illinois bowhunter Bryce Frieden jokingly told his hunting buddy that he planned to arrow a 200-incher that afternoon. Unbelievably, he left his high school at 3:30 p.m. and made it happen!A Buck Called Black Feet

A Buck Called Black Feet

On Nov. 5 last year during the peak of the rut, 17-year-old Illinois bowhunter Bryce Frieden

Les Davenport

Brian Stephens' hunting career has had many unusual twists and turns, but never in his wildest imagination did he expect to fulfill a lifetime dream in Forsyth County, Georgia, on a warm September afternoon last season.Brian's Ultimate Rush

Brian's Ultimate Rush

Brian Stephens' hunting career has had many unusual twists and turns, but never in his wildest

Brian Stephens

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