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After spotting this huge buck in the summer of 2006, John Hutcheson and his dad bowhunted for the giant for the next two seasons. On his last hunt, just before the 2008-2009 season was about to end, John decided to hunt with a rifle. The rest is history. . . .Three-Year Quest For A Tennessee Megabuck

Three-Year Quest For A Tennessee Megabuck

John Hutcheson - September 22, 2010

After spotting this huge buck in the summer of 2006, John Hutcheson and his dad bowhunted for...

When Kansas bowhunter Jamie Farr headed out to his stand, a cold front was moving in, and he thought it would be a great hunt. But never in his wildest dreams did he expect to shoot a world-class buck!An Afternoon to Remember

An Afternoon to Remember

Jamie Farr - September 22, 2010

When Kansas bowhunter Jamie Farr headed out to his stand, a cold front was moving in, and he...

Despite having limited time to bowhunt last season, avid whitetail hunter Joel Carpenter was determined to make every minute spent in the woods count, and he did so with amazing results!A Grundy County Giant

A Grundy County Giant

Joel Carpenter - September 22, 2010

Despite having limited time to bowhunt last season, avid whitetail hunter Joel Carpenter was...

The mental and physical anguish of trying to harvest a 200-plus-inch buck on his Illinois farm nearly cost Joe Price of Maryland his sanity. Was the accomplishment worth the price? You bet it was!Long-Distance Buck For A Price

Long-Distance Buck For A Price

September 22, 2010

The mental and physical anguish of trying to harvest a 200-plus-inch buck on his Illinois farm...

Randy Delawder hunted this unusual Ohio buck for three seasons, but the big deer always disappeared every year before the rut. In 2008, Randy knew he would have to change his strategy if he wanted to hit pay dirt.Ghost Buck of Dry Ridge

Ghost Buck of Dry Ridge

September 22, 2010

Randy Delawder hunted this unusual Ohio buck for three seasons, but the big deer always...

Known far and wide as one of North America's top writers on hunting big game in Africa, this prolific hunter has long had a soft spot for gnarly whitetails.My Favorite Whitetail

My Favorite Whitetail

September 22, 2010

Known far and wide as one of North America's top writers on hunting big game in Africa, this...

Last season, when Iowa bowhunter Steve Binkley encountered the biggest buck of his career, he couldn't help but pay tribute to his dad for teaching him to become a hunter.This One's For You, Dad!

This One's For You, Dad!

Steve Binkley - September 22, 2010

Last season, when Iowa bowhunter Steve Binkley encountered the biggest buck of his career, he...

Chris Wood had participated in numerous deer drives as a pusher on that fateful Saturday last December. Now, at last, it was his turn to be a stander. Little did he know that he was about to make history!An Extraordinary Deer Drive

An Extraordinary Deer Drive

Bill Winke - September 22, 2010

Chris Wood had participated in numerous deer drives as a pusher on that fateful Saturday last...

It's always a heartbreaker when a giant buck that has been seen and hunted in a certain area is found dead. Such is the case with this Illinois megabuck.The Sad Saga Of Big Louie

The Sad Saga Of Big Louie

Greg Keefer - September 22, 2010

It's always a heartbreaker when a giant buck that has been seen and hunted in a certain area...

This young Ohioan hasn't been hunting long, but she's already taken a buck few others can match!Seeing Spots

Seeing Spots

Jennifer Scarborough - September 22, 2010

This young Ohioan hasn't been hunting long, but she's already taken a buck few others can...

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