Rack Magazine

Entries for September 2017

Where the Clouds are Black and Bite

Where the Clouds are Black and Bite

By Jill J. Easton

When the worst that can happen if one tries and fails is the same as what will certainly happen by doing nothing, what is there to lose? Raif Richardson knew the risks of being seen when he threw caution to the wind and, doing his best Quasimodo imitation, began lumbering across the chest-high canola field to intercept a buck that he couldn’t... READ MORE

Unbeknownst

Unbeknownst

By Ed Waite

Buddies Carl Morris Jr. and Jeremy Martin were convinced that the bull of their woods was a photogenic 12-pointer with a gleaming white rack. Of the many deer their trail cameras photographed during the weeks leading up to Ohio’s 2011 season, the big 6x6 stood out like a Brahma in a goat pen. Understandably, that buck was at the top of their ... READ MORE

Curtain Call in Missouri

Curtain Call in Missouri

By Tim Lurk

Tim Lurk finally got the proverbial cigar when this 19-pointer came right to his lap on the final day of his 2011 bowhunt in northwestern Missouri. When my favorite time of year finally arrived in 2011, my dad, brother and I headed north of Ste. Genevieve, Mo., for some bowhunting. There’s nothing like those first 10 days of November. We&rsqu... READ MORE

Black Thursday

Black Thursday

By Travis Hogan

Colton Lowry’s 17-pointer from Norton County is the 30th largest Irregular felled by a rifleman in Kansas. The yard was like a parking lot, the farmer’s shop a veritable Wal-Mart on Black Friday. But it was the first Thursday in December, and the crowd wasn’t there to find a deal on a flatscreen TV or the must-have toy du jour. Th... READ MORE

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