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What's With All These Laminates?
Pick up any recent rifle catalog and chances are you’ll see not just one but several models in sporter and varmint configurations wearing stocks of wood laminate. It wasn’t always this way. In fact, it’s a fairly recent phenomenon. It was more t...

Buck Fever Buster
Whenever a hunter first sees a deer, whether it's a 200-inch buck or a doe, the body's natural reaction is for adrenaline to kick in. The heart begins to pound and buck fever begins its assault on our nerves. If you are an experienced hunter, you ...

Her Birthday, His Buck
Nothing is more sacred than a wife's birthday. But for Kevin Wort of Rushville, Ill., dinner reservations do not have to interfere with a morning date in the deer woods. His wife must've known that early on in their relationship, too, because Kevi...

Ohio hunters take more than 75,000 deer during gun season
From Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Ohio hunters checked 75,408 white-tailed deer during the weeklong gun hunting season, Dec. 2 to 8.

Encounters
To be a successful bowhunter, I’ve always held on to this theory: The more time you spend in the animal’s environment, the more you’ll learn about the animal, its habitat and even about yourself. This is especially true each time you encounter a w...

Doe Harvest Dilemma
Bob, I have a doe harvest dilemma. In Alabama, I’m still getting trail camera photos of spotted fawns in mid-October.

Like a Ton of Bricks
-- Tennessee’s deer season arrived; it started like most, with excitement, anticipation and me hardly being able to wait to see what kind of deer our family would harvest. In October, my Dad was driving to work when he spotted a very good buck wit...

In a Blink
Trophy bucks aren't easy to come by, even in some of the best deer country. Dean Arrington found that out the hard way. By passing up a borderline buck, however, he got a much bigger reward. He drove home from Saskatchewan in 2008 with a rack that...

Salvaging Torn Gear
Over the years, I have thrown away countless backpacks, pants, shirts, bibs and other gear when they got a rip or tear because they would only stay fixed a short time. Trying to mend them seems to be a big waste time

Whatever Happened to the Whelen?
When Remington introduced the .35 Whelen as a factory round in 1987, it was touted as a cartridge for deer hunters who might want to hunt larger game someday. Evidently, few hunters wanted to roam farther than their back woodlot, because the Whele...

"CRP" Meaning?
Bob, I keep hearing hunters on television shows say things like, “The deer are coming out of the CRP.” What is CRP?

Antlers Are Great...
-- We awoke early one morning, excited to begin our first hunt of the year near Franklin, Indiana. As my dad and I drove to our property, we made a plan. If I didn't get a deer in the morning or early afternoon, we'd go get lunch and then go back ...

Scent of a Doe (HOOOAHHHHH)!
Although he's probably best known for the one-of-a-kind competition handguns he's been building for professional shooters for the past two decades, Dan Bedell of Lancaster, N.Y., is also a veteran whitetail hunter with numerous deer to his credit ...

Push into Public Land
Like many hunters who don’t have access to private lands or who don’t want to pay an arm and a leg to lease property, I like to hunt on public land. But, not surprisingly, so do a lot of other hunters.

As Luck Would Have It
Lifelong friend Jeff Myrick and I had been hunting a piece of land on the Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge in Anson County, N.C., on and off for a little over a week. We had seen several decent bucks in the bean fields the weeks leading up to open...

Vote for Buckmasters!
In 2013, Buckmasters Whitetail Magazine TV show has become the longest-running nationally syndicated outdoor program in television history.

The Case of the Missing Leg
Bob, what do think could have caused this buck to lose part of its hind leg? By the way, it has mostly been seen in an urban setting around our neighborhood, including my back yard.

'Hunger Games' increasing interest in student archery
Across the country, archery is experiencing a wave of popularity with young people thanks, in part, to the successful Hunger Games book and movie series, and to the expanding National Archery in the schools program. In Iowa, in conjunction with t...

Caribou—no shiny noses
One deer certainly gets a lot of attention at the end of the year, thanks to a well known story and song about Santa Claus, a foggy Christmas Eve, and a flying reindeer named Rudolph. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer’s story was created in 1939 by a...

If You're Sure . . . Shoot!
-- Ever since I was five years old, I’ve enjoyed sitting in the back seat of my dad's truck while he and my grandpa hunted whitetail. Hunting always seemed so special. Being from Saskatchewan, Canada, I‘ve seen lots of action and a handful of big ...
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