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A trail camera photo taken in 2005 informed Rob Brennan that he had a world-class buck living on the farm he was hunting. From that time on, all Rob could think about was getting the Illinois giant in his sights.The Saga of Big Nasty

The Saga of Big Nasty

A trail camera photo taken in 2005 informed Rob Brennan that he had a world-class buck living

Steve Bartylla

When Jim Castro Jr. of West Virginia traveled to North Dakota last December to do some serious bowhunting with two good friends, he never imagined that he'd return home with a new state record!Bad Boy from the Badlands

Bad Boy from the Badlands

When Jim Castro Jr. of West Virginia traveled to North Dakota last December to do some serious

Jerry Defoe

A near-fatal accident at work curtailed most of Preston Brandt's hunting activities for almost two years. Then, last season, Preston rediscovered his old passion, and the hunting gods rewarded him with a buck for the ages!Preston's Phenomenal Comeback

Preston's Phenomenal Comeback

A near-fatal accident at work curtailed most of Preston Brandt's hunting activities for almost

Tim Lilley

After his father passed away during Thanksgiving week in 2006, Bob Cuozzo sensed that something good might happen during hunting season that would honor his father's memory. Sure enough, Bob ended up shooting a great buck in Pennsylvania. But it didn't end there. A few days later, he brought down New York's best buck of the 2006 season!This One's For You, Dad!

This One's For You, Dad!

After his father passed away during Thanksgiving week in 2006, Bob Cuozzo sensed that

Jeff Brown

Most hunters agree that big bucks are different animals when compared to their younger counterparts. Understanding some of these striking differences may just help you put Mr. Big on the wall!Contemplating Mature Bucks

Contemplating Mature Bucks

Most hunters agree that big bucks are different animals when compared to their younger

Steve Bartylla

A nostalgic look back at this legendary writer's career demonstrates that he was a dedicated whitetail enthusiast to the core of his being as a hunter.Jack O’Connor: Whitetail Hunter

Jack O'Connor: Whitetail Hunter

A nostalgic look back at this legendary writer's career demonstrates that he was a dedicated

When Amish hunter Dan Miller headed into the woods of Kentucky's Pennyrile State Forest last November, little could he imagine that he'd soon be dragging out one of Kentucky's best non-typicals of all time!Kentucky’s Biggest Buck Of 2006: The Pennyrile Surprise

Kentucky's Biggest Buck Of 2006: The Pennyrile Surprise

When Amish hunter Dan Miller headed into the woods of Kentucky's Pennyrile State Forest last

Bill Cooper

Like many avid whitetail hunters, Steve DeWitt was looking for a better mousetrap. So he traveled to Illinois, bought a farm with his brother-in-law, and ended up shooting one of the biggest bow bucks of the 2006 season!It Doesn't Get Any Better Than This!

It Doesn't Get Any Better Than This!

Like many avid whitetail hunters, Steve DeWitt was looking for a better mousetrap. So he

Troy Spooner

While western Kentucky has come into its own in recent years as a veritable big-buck factory, eastern Kentucky's mountain region has also produced some true wallhangers. Here are two giants from 2005.Monsters Of The Mountains

Monsters Of The Mountains

While western Kentucky has come into its own in recent years as a veritable big-buck factory,

Bill Cooper

Legendary Whitetails founder Larry Huffman passed away in early January. His unwavering passion for whitetails prompted him to assemble one of the greatest trophy antler collections of all time. Larry will be greatly missed.Larry Huffman: Mr. Legendary Whitetail

Larry Huffman: Mr. Legendary Whitetail

Legendary Whitetails founder Larry Huffman passed away in early January. His unwavering

Les Davenport

Making and using mock scrapes to attract bucks is a technique that is as old as dirt. Add a few new twists to this method, however, and you may see some startling results.New Tricks for an Old Tactic - Part 1

New Tricks for an Old Tactic - Part 1

Making and using mock scrapes to attract bucks is a technique that is as old as dirt. Add a

Don Higgins

Her experience in the harvesting of numerous does in the past helped pave the way for this avid Minnesota bowhunter to make a perfect shot on a once-in-a-lifetime non-typical giant!Out Of The Cattails

Out Of The Cattails

Her experience in the harvesting of numerous does in the past helped pave the way for this

Deb Luzinski

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