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After the heartrending loss of his daughter in 2004, Michael Devaney of Dallas, Georgia, traveled to Saskatchewan and shot a B&C typical. He returned to the same stand in 2005 and shot a near-record-book non-typical.Touched Twice By An Angel

Touched Twice By An Angel

After the heartrending loss of his daughter in 2004, Michael Devaney of Dallas, Georgia,

To call the story of Pope & Young's all-time No. 2 buck "unusual" would be putting it mildly!Missouri's Field Of Dreams

Missouri's Field Of Dreams

To call the story of Pope & Young's all-time No. 2 buck "unusual" would be

Gordon Whittington

This Kentucky teenager doesn't fit the usual description of a highly successful trophy whitetail hunter. Maybe that means we should rethink the stereotype!2 Bucks for Sister Sarah

2 Bucks for Sister Sarah

This Kentucky teenager doesn't fit the usual description of a highly successful trophy

Think it's tough to kill a monster buck with your bow? I can tell you it's even harder after you first stick a broadhead into one of his antlers!X Marks the Spot!

X Marks the Spot!

Think it's tough to kill a monster buck with your bow? I can tell you it's even harder after

How did I shoot the 39-pointer that could rank as the world's largest whitetail ever taken by a hunter? Here's the story.Amazing 39-Point Beatty Buck

Amazing 39-Point Beatty Buck

How did I shoot the 39-pointer that could rank as the world's largest whitetail ever taken by

Mike Beatty

I'd hoped my special hunt on this northern Kentucky military reservation would pay off, but I never imagined a treasure like this!Striking Gold at Fort Knox

Striking Gold at Fort Knox

I'd hoped my special hunt on this northern Kentucky military reservation would pay off, but I

For this 16-year-old Illinois sportsman, taking the state's top archery whitetail of 2002 was anything but child's play.A Boy and His Buck

A Boy and His Buck

For this 16-year-old Illinois sportsman, taking the state's top archery whitetail of 2002 was

The giant buck that haunted Dave Jones for a year -- and even walked across his birthday cake -- finally ran out of luck last Nov. 5. As a result, the bowhunting world has what looks to be a new Top 5 non-typical!Icing on the Cake

Icing on the Cake

The giant buck that haunted Dave Jones for a year -- and even walked across his birthday cake

Larry Kline invested hundreds of hours chasing this huge non-typical. On opening morning of the 2004 archery season, everything came together!Three-Year Quest for a Wisconsin Ghost

Three-Year Quest for a Wisconsin Ghost

Larry Kline invested hundreds of hours chasing this huge non-typical. On opening morning of

On a cold, rainy afternoon in November 2005, Billy Crutchfield sat in desperation until dark as he watched a monster buck that was bedded in high grass on the edge of a marsh. One year later, the buck did the same thing, only this time Billy was able to get a shot.New Maryland State Record: King Of The Marsh

New Maryland State Record: King Of The Marsh

On a cold, rainy afternoon in November 2005, Billy Crutchfield sat in desperation until dark

Duncan Dobie

A buck as big as a moose? That's just one of the whitetail world's strangest rumors of the past two decades.World Record Whitetails: Rumor Vs. Reality (Part 2)

World Record Whitetails: Rumor Vs. Reality (Part 2)

A buck as big as a moose? That's just one of the whitetail world's strangest rumors of the

Gordon Whittington

Back in 1966, a young potato farmer downed one of the most famous bucks ever shot in northern Maine. In fact, the massive deer still is the highest-scoring typical in New England history. Here's his story.The 'Potato Pile' Buck

The 'Potato Pile' Buck

Back in 1966, a young potato farmer downed one of the most famous bucks ever shot in northern

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