Buckmasters Magazine

Entries for September 2017

Tennessee Prize

Tennessee Prize

By Ron Shannon

Persistence pays off with a double-beamed Volunteer State buck. My first day to hunt in 2007 was Sept. 22. It was hot in Fayette County, Tenn., that day. The mosquitoes were bad, and deer weren’t moving — miserable bowhunting conditions. Things got a little better on Sept. 27. After harvesting a doe, I remained in place to see if more d... READ MORE

A Son’s Gift

A Son’s Gift

By Rick Foster

Thirteen seems to be a lucky number for the Foster boys. One month before my 13th birthday, I shot the largest blacktail deer my father had ever seen. The buck had gone downhill to the point the antlers had regressed to an incredibly large 2 points. The antlers were so wide and deep that they fit around my chest. I would have never believed that ... READ MORE

The Farm

The Farm

By E.C. Chapman

In loving memory of Elting Chapman and all hunting dads. My story begins many years ago when I was a boy of 9 or 10. Opening day of deer season in New York was always on a Monday, and my dad always let me stay home from school for that special occasion. Just up the road from our home was The Farm. It wasn’t very big, but it was special to me.... READ MORE

Copyright 2018 by Buckmasters, Ltd.

Copyright 2017 by Buckmasters, Ltd