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The Unexpected Buck
By Robert R. Rogers -- The 2008 Ohio archery season started out warm and the deer were not moving as much as we had hoped. Just walking to our stands made the sweat roll down our faces and backs. This was not the weather we had expected for central ...

Oklahoma Deer Hunt Much Better Than OK
By Kelly Guinn -- My hunt for a trophy buck began in late October 2007 in Woods County, Okla. I was hunting from a ladder stand about 100 yards from a river. Some does, spikes, and young 8-point came into view, but no mature deer. However, my friend...

"It's Dad's Turn Now"
By David Kisamore -- I am 42 years old. In my 30-plus years of hunting, some of my greatest joys have been teaching my now 14-year-old son, Joshua, how to hunt and then having the privilege of seeing him bag his first deer, a large doe. That was ba...

Season Salvaged
By Adam Riley -- Because I was in my first semester of college and playing football, there weren't many opportunities for me to get in the woods during the 2008-09 hunting season. But I learned quickly that in terms of bucks and time spent afield, q...

The Kidney Stone Buck
By Philip Allen -- I took this buck on Thursday , Nov. 8, 2007 in Dauphin County, Pa., six days after having kidney stone surgery and just three days before our archery season closed. With the pain and discomfort from my 15th kidney stone cutting m...

The Highs and Lows of Hunting
By Todd Strong -- Last June, my two hunting buddies Randy, John, and I entered a state permit drawing to hunt for mule deer on the Matador Wildlife Management Area in Texas. The year before, 10 lucky hunters from 1,600 applications were drawn. Ima...

No Way!
By Norman Wines -- It was Monday evening, Nov. 26, 2007, three days into the Maryland deer season and I had not seen a deer all day. My spirits were about as low as they could get as the shooting light began to fade on a disappointing hunt. Just as...

Can cuddability win the war?
By Mike Handley -- Move over, Bambi, Fred the flounder is making a splash! The battle for the hearts and minds of children has taken a new twist as the nation's most vocal and controversial anti- hunting and fishing group is trying to convince ki...

Pulling the Trigger is the Easy Part
By Matt Ciomperlik -- It was typical South Texas weather for November: highs in the 80s and dropping to the 60s at night. My daughter, Kaitlyn, and I were enjoying a two-day youth hunt sponsored by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on their East La...

The Buck That Almost Got Away
By Scott Ford -- It was a clear, cold October morning. I crawled out of bed, grabbed my bow, kissed my wife goodbye and patted the dog on the head before heading out the door to my hunting spot. Secluded in a little patch of woods surrounded by a t...

The Fourth-Quarter Buck
By Johnny Coker -- Chambers County, Ala., is known for producing really good bucks, but it wasn't shaping up to be a very good year. The hunting club I joined was a dog-running club. I’m not fond of hunting deer with dogs, but I didn’t h...

Providence Like a Buck on a String
Russ Nobbe's mind was working a mile a minute.  It was 9:55 a.m. on Nov. 17, 2005. The archer, 22 feet high in a treestand above the forest floor of a heavily timbered tract in east central Illinois' Monroe County, was busily assessing nearby tr...

A True Trophy
By Jared Moffett -- My name is Jared Moffett, and I am a 20 year old Chemical Engineering student at Mississippi State University.  I bought my bow in 8th grade with money I earned working at a Farmer’s Market in my hometown of Slidell, L...

Trophy hunting smear evolves from fish tale
By Mike Handley -- Never underestimate the power of words or those who wield it. A major news magazine, several newspapers, websites and bloggers last week published stories slamming the practice of "trophy hunting," or so it seemed to ...

Buckmasters Classic Is More Than a Hunt
By Greta Locke -- On Monday, Jan. 19, the Buckmasters crew, along with generous volunteers, gathered for the eighth Buckmasters Classic Life Hunt, held annually for seriously ill and disabled kids and a few select disabled hunters. The event is hel...

A Reward for Patience
By Tim Ragle -- In October 2006 I went on a bow hunt by myself in the northeast Indiana.  I got in my treestand before daylight, and stayed there all morning without seeing any deer. By noon, I climbed down and drove to the nearest gas sta...

Opening Day
By Dwight Freyou -- It was opening day in 2006 on our deer lease in DeQuincy, Louisiana. There was a new 7-acre cut-over off to the right of my stand and a large three-acre acorn section to my right and back of me. At 7:30 a.m. I notic...

A Second Chance . . . or a Third
By Andrew Dew -- It was Saturday afternoon in October. My dad had taken a button buck and my friend had taken a doe that morning. We were doing our usual weekend hunting in Montgomery County, Georgia, on a leased 85-acre piece of property.  It ...

Distemper taking a toll on Missouri raccoons
From Missouri Department of Conservation -- JEFFERSON CITY—Missourians are seeing more than the usual number of sick or dead raccoons this winter, but the Missouri Department of Conservation says the animals pose no threat to people or to prop...

Thanks for the Tips, Buckmasters!
By Penny Clayton -- I’m Penny Clayton and I live in Arlington, Wash.  I'm a disabled Gulf War (Desert Storm) veteran, and want to thank Buckmasters for the special hunts you do for the disabled and veterans. I cannot watch a show w...
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