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Another Generation on the Farm
By Ben Grohn -- Ever since I was about 6 years old, I have loved hunting with my dad and the rest of my family. We hunt on our own land that we refer to as "the farm." The property has been in our family since it was first homesteaded in 1...

Choosing Proper Arrow Length
By Josh Sanden, Easton Archery -- Like many things, including archery and bowhunting, personal preference plays a roll in determining proper arrow length. In my job I have the opportunity to speak with a lot of professional shooters, hunters, and pr...

Win, Lose or Draw
By Travis Mitchell -- I hunt at Yellow Creek, a hunting club located in a hardwood bottom below Millwood Lake Dam just outside McNab, Ark., and is 20 miles from Texarkana. I have been a member for 24 years. We hunt duck, turkey, deer and the fishin...

Don't Feed the Bears
By Jason Bazala -- It was the 2001 archery season in Bolivar, Pa., and I had a buck tag and two doe tags to start the season. I had got skunked for a buck the previous two years, so I was desperate to fill my tag with an antlered creature; especiall...

Bucks Beyond the Clover Plots
Text & Photos by Tommy Kirkland -- Beyond the clover and chicory plots, deer possess an inherent instinct for a diverse diet of native and exotic foods. Deer may vanish from supplemental feeding locales, leaving us hunting fanatics puzzled when ...

This One's for the Wall
By Joey Saffell Jr. -- It was early in the morning on the second day of youth season. While it was dark, we made our way into the woods. We went to our neighbor, Roger Cales', place to hunt. It is only about a quarter-mile from my house. He told...

It's Not too Early to Select a Stand Site
-- Although it doesn't feel anything like hunting season outside, now is the time to begin the real work that will lead to success in the fall. It's not too early to begin clearing brush and shooting lanes for existing stand sites, and it's definite...

Techno-Scout Your Way to Success
By Bob Humphrey -- Pre-season scouting can be the single most important factor to consistent hunting success. Unfortunately, it takes time; and in today's busy world, many hunters find it difficult to find enough time to hunt, to say nothing of scou...

More Than Just a Kodak Moment
By William Westcott -- Where do I start? I guess back some years ago to fill you in on a little of my background. I had an accident in the winter of 1987 that left me confined to a wheelchair. Since then I have gone back to a local junior college ...

Defiance in Nature
By Floyd Parr -- I consider myself to be in tune with nature. I have gone through life enjoying the bounties that the great outdoors has to offer. A recent walk into work was no different. I noticed that there was a lot of critter activity going o...

Talk of the Town
By Andrew Malott -- On Oct. 21, 2006 in Winamac, Ind., in Pulaski County the day started out early with my dad getting me out of bed. I remember thinking why should I even get up; it's not like I'm going to get a deer. It had been six years since I ...

My Little Piece of Deer Heaven
By Randy D. Smith -- There was a time when I had all the deer hunting ground I could ever want. I had free access to nearly a thousand acres of sandhill pasture, creek bottoms, and riverine woods bordering some of the best farmland in Kansas. Some o...

Know The Lay Of The Land
How well you know your hunting property goes a long way toward increasing your success as a hunter. Once you've hunted a property for several years in a row, you should start to see patterns in deer movement. If you pay attention, you'll soon realize...

So much for the Terrible Twos
By Larry Bart Barefoot -- It was the first weekend in January 2007, in Alabama's Black Belt. Of course, it was your typical Alabama winter. The temperatures were in the upper-60s to mid-70s with an approaching cold front that had wreaked havoc, prod...

Click, Click, Boom
By Al Rosario -- This is an untypical story about how I harvested a non-typical 12-point buck. It was 9:35 on opening morning, and I saw a big doe about 50 yards away walking slowly from my right to my left. Naturally, I start looking for a buck, ...

Red Nails Lead to Deer Trail
By Wendy Jennings -- My name is Wendy Jennings, and I wanted to tell you about my 19-point buck that I took in Putnam County, Fla. It was opening morning of blackpowder season, Oct. 28, 2005. My husband Chuck dropped me off at my treestand around...

How High is High Enough?
-- One of the most common questions we receive here at Buckmasters is, "How high do I need to climb in order to go undetected by deer?" The answer depends on a variety of factors, including terrain and cover, weapon being used and hunting p...

Boothe Repeats in Birmingham; Field Set for Greensboro
-- It came down to the final shot in the championship round for Colin Boothe to post his second consecutive win at the 2007 Buckmasters Top Bow Indoor World Qualifier in Birmingham, Ala., July 20-22. Photo: The top six place finishers in the 2007 ...

Back In Time
By Daniel Dye Photos by Larry Teague -- Imagine that your modern compound bow never existed and that your survival hinged solely upon killing the next deer you saw. What would you do?   Photo: Tools of the Trade Hall uses a variety of tools...

Not Even a Bread Crumb
By Alexander Korittnig -- It was the last day of muzzleloader season and the coldest day of the year at 5 degrees with a wind chill of minus 8. I had seen only does moving in the distance after settling in for what seemed to be many hours. In fact, ...
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