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Going in Blind
By Tracy Breen   -- In the past decade, numerous white-tailed deer hunters have traveled to Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and Wisconsin more than ever before with one goal in mind: to harvest a wallhanger. The above-mentioned states along with others...

Where There's a Will, There's a Way
By Jon Bryan -- In a previous story I submitted to Buckmasters.com, I had mentioned seeing a nice buck with tall, uneven antlers and a pronounced limp. I had decided that if given the opportunity, I would harvest it.    My neighbor capt...

Scout, Scout, Scout
By Steve G. Morgan -- January in Utah brings cold wind and fall hunting applications. The state is known for big game, but prime hunts are difficult to draw. Thousands of people apply every year and only a lucky few are chosen. I had applied for &qu...

Help from Dad
By Jim Smith -- I lost my best hunting partner this October. He was my dad, and he was my hero. We loved to hunt together. My dad, Jim, passed away at home early on a Friday morning while I was out hunting. Since then it has been hard to get out the...

A Grandpa's Influence
By Timothy Dunn -- I was not interested in deer hunting until I turned 24. It was the fall of 1992, when I talked with my grandfather, Roy, about deer hunting, that I became interested. The old timer jumped at the chance to tell me how exciting it i...

The Shirttail Trophy
By Thomas Jones -- Dawn came quickly as the sun's rays seemed to creep through the shadows of the pine trees, which softly swayed in the breeze. The owls hooted as the ducks and geese took flight from the ponds and river as we sat waiting for our b...

The Whitetail 500
By Roger Roan -- "Go down the fence row about 80 yards, turn right into the woods, then go south 60 paces and look for a big stump. Turn right and put your stand up in the triple-trunk tree. Think you can find it?" whispered Mark. We ease...

The Freak
By Justin Malouf -- It was just a normal day in November when I decided to call a friend of mine and see if he would like to go hunting. He was just getting in from an 8-day bow hunt in Illinois and needed to go shoot his rifle to make sure it was s...

PaPa's Gift
By Tammy Wilson -- My father-in-law, Clyde "Pete" Wilson, passed away on Oct. 13, 2003. Not a day goes by that we don't think of him, but since he was an avid hunter, he is particularly remembered a lot during deer season. My 11-year-old ...

Archery Targets Tested and Rated
By Tracy Breen -- If you are an avid bowhunter, you have probably had a bad experience with an archery target. Here's the scenario: You try to pull an arrow out of the target and realize you need to tug a little bit. You tighten your grip on the sha...

Late Night, Early Morning
By Kelsea King -- Like your average 17-year-old girl, I was out late, and I didn't get home until somewhere around 1 a.m. It was the beginning of Nov. 2007, and I had to be up three hours later for the second day of rifle season. I hit the sack fo...

Genuine American Hero
By Steven LaMascus -- Brad Alexander is a small, muscular man from Kentucky, who, except for a black beard, could be called baby faced. His demeanor is one of quiet confidence in his abilities and the polite, soft-spoken, unassuming personality of a...

Whitetail Glands and Scent Communication
Text & Photos by Tommy Kirkland -- Scent pheromones are instinctively utilized by whitetails to convey a realm of communication related to dominant hierarchy and sexual interactions. They are crucial for other social interactions - particularly ...

A Second Chance
By Kevin W. McDugle -- Nov. 2, 3007, I waited patiently with my muzzleloader in my treestand to see what whitetails would dare to show. As it always happens, a large white-tailed buck appeared but was too far away for a shot. The rack was huge. I w...

Not On My Channel
By Rick Baron -- Every time I turn on the television it seems that another professional hunter has just passed up a 150-class deer or better to wait for a bigger one. Later in the show, that same hunter jubilantly turns to the camera and mouths, &...

Part II: Mossberg 500 Features Wide Array of Options
By Randy D. Smith -- The longevity of the Mossberg Model 500 is in no small part the result of the "shooting system" approach the company has developed. A Mossberg Model 500 can be purchased in a configuration that will meet any shooting ...

Part I: Mossberg's Model 500 Shotgun - A Monument to American Gun Dependability
By Randy D. Smith -- In 1961, O.F. Mossberg & Sons introduced the Model 500, a groundbreaking, new pump shotgun design. Like many of the great American firearms such as the Winchester lever-action rifle, Colt Peacemaker revolver and Model 700 Re...

Bringing Home Bubba
By J.R. Reisinger -- I was grumbling on opening morning of Maryland's 2005 general gun season because I had to work. But that afternoon I decided to head out to an area I had been hunting during bow season. I was after a particular buck I'd seen the...

Playing by the Rules
By Tyler Sprecher   -- The months leading up to the 2002 Pennsylvania deer season held more anxious anticipation than usual for two reasons. First, it was the beginning year of new antler restriction laws, and more importantly, it would be my ...

A Greater Joy
By Daniel Powell   -- I always wanted to hunt deer. As a child, I hunted small game because my family was not interested in deer. These dreams of hunting deer never went away as I became an adult. By the time I was 30 years old, I had the oppo...
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