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Antlers Borealis
Giant velvet-covered antlers reached up from the tundra like a stunted and denuded pair of alien oaks. My guide, Bernie Zimmerman, turned to me and said, "It's him," as the small aluminum boat glided to shore. Perhaps 400 yards away was one of th...

Eclipse Eight
The day was unlike any other hunting day; it was the first morning for my brother, Chad, and I to be bowhunting the woods and cornfields of Illinois. Being from the small town of Rose Bud, Ark., and having hunted creek bottom and hill deer around ...

Is This Deer Safe to Eat?
Bob, The first time I checked my trail camera photos this year, I captured an image of a nice buck with what appears to be a large growth on the side of its mouth. I've never seen anything like this before. If I am able to harvest this buck, do yo...

Ian's Last Buck
-- It was the last day of the 2009 Wisconsin rifle season for me and my stepson Ian Fossum who loved to hunt. He had just turned 14. Ian was able to sit in his stand all by himself, but on the eve of the final day, he asked me to take him out and s...

Make Mine a .30-06
Wanna shoot it?" asked Mr. Bennett, who then quickly added with caution, "It's a .30-06!" I turned and looked up at my dad standing behind me. He smiled and nodded his approval. I could not believe it. For most of my 8 years of life, I'd dreamed o...

Ole Miss to Honor Bill Jordan
Bill Jordan, the creator of Realtree Camouflage and the host of the Monster Bucks video series and the Realtree Outdoors television show, will receive two prestigious awards from the University of Mississippi October 13 when Ole Miss hosts Auburn ...

Ratchet Up Archery Targets
If you're like most hunters these days, you try to save money wherever you can. As much as we shoot our bows in preparation for archery season, we can go through archery targets pretty fast, especially using broadheads. If you own a layered style ...

Keep It Fun
My son, Gregory, first hunted deer with me at age 9, during Pennsylvania’s 1997 winter doe season. A stiff breeze blew in from the north, and snow began to fall — an inch an hour — adding to the 6-inch blanket already covering the forest floor. W...
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