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It looked like all was lost for this Iowa bowhunter. Having rattled in a giant non-typical to within 45 yards, the hunter watched helplessly as the buck turned and walked away. But then a little unexpected help saved the day.The Decoy From Heaven

The Decoy From Heaven

Scott McIntire - September 22, 2010

It looked like all was lost for this Iowa bowhunter. Having rattled in a giant non-typical to...

Alex MacCulloch did what all good bowhunters are supposed to do after he saw antlers: He concentrated on the shot. Later, after the shot, he told his friends that he thought the buck had carried at least 10 points. In truth, Alex's new province record was a 23-point monster!A 10-Pointer And Then Some!

A 10-Pointer And Then Some!

Nigel Read - September 22, 2010

Alex MacCulloch did what all good bowhunters are supposed to do after he saw antlers: He...

Ohio's crossbow season has been yielding big results for deer hunters in the Buckeye State each year, and the 2007 season certainly continued that trend.Ohio's Crossbow Giants From '07

Ohio's Crossbow Giants From '07

September 22, 2010

Ohio's crossbow season has been yielding big results for deer hunters in the Buckeye State...

This veteran bowhunter has enjoyed great success hunting small woodlots sometimes no larger than 10 acres in size, and in 2007 this strategy landed him one of Iowa's best bucks of the season!Tiny Places, Big Bucks

Tiny Places, Big Bucks

September 22, 2010

This veteran bowhunter has enjoyed great success hunting small woodlots sometimes no larger...

Western Tennessee has produced some true wallhangers in recent years. Here are the stories on two megabucks taken in 2007.Giants Of Haywood County

Giants Of Haywood County

September 22, 2010

Western Tennessee has produced some true wallhangers in recent years. Here are the stories on...

After going through two tough seasons on his deer lease because of logging and cow issues, Matt Carter was really looking forward to the 2007 season. He wasn't disappointed!Missouri Dream Season

Missouri Dream Season

Matt Carter - September 22, 2010

After going through two tough seasons on his deer lease because of logging and cow issues,...

Although many whitetail hunters firmly believe that hunting on public land is a waste of time, Greg Wilson would probably disagree. In 2007, he shot an absolute giant while hunting on public land in Illinois.Public Land Sleeper

Public Land Sleeper

Greg Wilson - September 22, 2010

Although many whitetail hunters firmly believe that hunting on public land is a waste of time,...

The old saying “Good things come to those who wait” is very appropriate in Kevin Radke's case. After 12 years of bowhunting, his first buck ever was a 238 2/8-inch megagiant!Kevin’s Long Quest

Kevin's Long Quest

Ron Willmore - September 22, 2010

The old saying 'Good things come to those who wait ' is very appropriate in Kevin...

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

Paul T. Brown - September 22, 2010

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

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

Mike Lambeth - September 22, 2010

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

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