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Making it Count - Between Friends
By Chris Fritz -- It was a cool, brisk late fall morning in eastern Kentucky and the start of the 2006 muzzleloader season. My best friend, Travis, and I had been hunting buddies for a very long time, and we were going to the same area that Saturday...

Help, My Food Plot Died
By Braden Arp -- There are few frustrations in the outdoor world more disappointing than spending countless hours and dollars on your self-made food plot only to have it look in six weeks the way it did when it was plowed. There is no denying that t...

One Memorable Vacation
By Donna Boniecki   I never thought I could bring myself to head to the deer woods with my husband and son. The guys are always glued to their seats when a hunting show is on our television. They constantly talked about their hunts, but I just...

My Lucky Day
By Dennis Webbert -- As I headed to our hunting camp, a good of friend of mine called to tell me that it had been raining nearly all day. I hung up the phone and thought about turning back to the house. However, I heard reports from two other friend...

Booth Wins 2008 Top Bow Title
By Daniel Dye -- MONTGOMERY, Ala. 8/17/08 - Skipper Booth of Tuscaloosa, Ala., beat Tom Boatwright 162-137 in the final round of the 2008 Buckmasters Top Bow Indoor World Championship. As a result, Booth bagged a $25,000 payday from Buckmasters and...

Then There Were Eight
By Daniel Dye --Tom Pruitt maintains Buckmasters Top Bow Championship lead MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Tom Pruitt of Stotts City, Mo., was the only archer to accumulate more than 700 points during the first four rounds of competition at the 2008 B...

A Test of Nerves: Buckmasters Top Bow Championship Kicks Off
By Daniel Dye -- Field of 49 archers whittled down to top 32 MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Tom Pruitt of Stotts City, Mo., led the pack of 49 archers after Friday's first and second rounds of competition during the 2008 Buckmasters Top Bow Indoor World ...

Buckmasters Expo Begins Today
By Daniel Dye -- MONTGOMERY, Ala., Aug. 15, 2008 - Deer hunters looking for deals on outdoor gear and wholesome family entertainment need to wait no longer. The 15th annual Buckmasters Expo presented by Yamaha opens its doors today at 3 p.m. at the ...

Friends: The Best Trophy a Guy Could Ask For
By Jason Poreda -- The weekend started out as every good hunting adventure should - by relaxing and catching up with my hunting buddies. With bows in hand, it was to be a three-day weekend trek to Kentucky for us Illinois boys to shake out the cobwe...

Bear Hunting Addiction
By Chad Eckhart -- Four of my friends, Dr. Yale Conley, Bob Dunbarger, Jim McCay, Dennis Lehmann and I decided to take a crack at bear hunting. We really did not know what to expect during our adventure with Kim Tiringer of Larson Lake Outfitters lo...

Second Chance Buck
By Dennis E. Black -- For the past seven years, I have hunted at a friend's place in Polk County, Fla. Over the years I have seen some big bucks, and in the 2007 season, I managed to take one of these impressive central Florida bucks. My first enc...

From one Generation to the Next
By Keith Parker -- I have taken a few bucks during my years of hunting, but this particular buck was the best harvest of my life because it involved my 4-year-old son, Brennden. He is the type of child who eats, lives and breathes hunting and fishi...

Sometimes the Best Deer is the One You Don't Shoot
By Ken Heffelfinger -- My 2007 archery season began like most other seasons. However, there was one exception - my younger bother, Brian, would join me in the woods. Ever since I could remember both of us being able to go for a walk in the woods, he...

No Deer Here?
By Dane St. Cyr -- I consider myself to be a bit more than an avid deer hunter. I hunt nearly every day of the deer season, which begins Sept. 15, and ends during the middle of February. I have three boys who almost always tag along. My oldest son, ...

EHD and the Whitetail
Text & Photos by Tommy Kirkland -- Last year in 2007, a large outbreak of EHD (Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease) unfolded throughout the country - causing the deaths of several thousand plus whitetails. From the Carolinas, Georgia, Alabama, Texas...

Mission Buckmasters Bow Revealed
By Tracy Breen -- If you are a diehard bowhunter, or a casual bowhunter for that matter, you have heard of Mathews Archery. In the last decade, Mathews has become the largest bow manufacturer in the world. There are a few things that helped Mathew...

Flying by the Seat of His Pants
By Mike Handley -- You'd think that a couple of bowhunters who planned for every conceivable circumstance when packing for a four-day, out-of-state hunt would have pored over maps or at least discussed the lay of the land during the nine-hour drive....

The Magic of a Clean Pass-Through
By Roger Roan -- This was the last time I'd be able to hunt this area this season, I told my hunting buddy Jesse Purcell as we were pulling the stands in an Illinois river bottom. The chain from my stand slipped from my cold fingers and hit crusty, ...

Worth the Drag
By David Martin -- Early November is a special time for all who chase the elusive white-tailed buck. While I could only daydream of the big bucks I would be chasing in a few weeks in Wisconsin, I was pretty content with a stand I had placed on the s...

Passing Down the Tradition
By Stacey Swader -- As a little kid, my dad, Mark Scena, taught me the ins and outs of hunting. He took me on hunting trips and scouting missions, even as young as eight years old. I'm sure that he would have done it earlier, but he was in the Army ...
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