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A Son's Gift
By Paul Shipman -- "Go ahead and see if you can get him, Dad. I have to work," said my son. I have to admit, I was surprised at Josh's remark. After all, we had just been watching one of the largest bucks I have personally ever seen in 31...

Turkey Mystique
By Sherry Lee Vingum -- The anticipation is always high when a turkey hunter's name is drawn for a turkey tag. This is especially true when there are reports of success from other hunters, including family and friends. To say I was chomping at the b...

Diaphragms for Bucks?
By H. "Bumper" Bauer -- Here in Pennsylvania we are blessed in a way because our fall turkey and archery deer seasons are open at the same time. On any given day when hunting with a bow there is the possibility of tagging both a buck and a...

The Importance of Hunting
By Victoria E. Scott -- As far back as I can remember I have fond memories of my grandfather, dad and brothers returning from their hunting trips. I always anxiously awaited their return to see what the day had yielded. Most of the time we would all...

Hooked on Bowhunting
By Cindy A. Ehlers -- I have only been bowhunting for four years. My husband talked me into going bear hunting with him and our hounds about 25 years ago and I was hooked. So, when my son suggested I try bowhunting, I thought why not. I spent the ...

North Carolina Beauty
By R. Dale Johnson -- Hunting is a big part of life for most people in this part of North Carolina. I was brought up on deer hunting but was never taught the right way to hunt. I started watching Buckmasters and Realtree hunting shows and learned a ...

Time Out to Hunt
By Russell and Benjamin Siler -- Both boys were away at college when the shotgun deer season opened on Nov. 15, 2006.  My son, Benjamin, was attending Baker College in Muskegon, Mich., which is a 2 1/2-hour drive from our home. The 2006 Michi...

Laughing All the Way to the Record Book
By Jason B. Hastings -- My father and I own more than 600 acres in North Bangor, N.Y., and we've been managing it for whitetails for the past five years. There are half a dozen food plots and a couple of corn fields we purposely leave for deer. Most...

Buffer Bucks
By John J. Woods -- Somewhere between the havens where bucks bed and their favorite buffet are secretive travel corridors and staging areas where they spend a good bit of time. White-tailed bucks use these runways and rest stops to check for hunter ...

Bowhunting Nirvana
By Brad Miller -- This hunting story takes place in the northern tier of Upstate New York on the opening day of bow season 10 years ago. This was not just any opening day of bow season - it was my first bowhunt ever! The area of woods I was going to...

One for Grandpa
By Kole King -- My hunt started Dec. 31, 2005, around 5:30 a.m. Little did I know that I was about to take not only my biggest buck ever, but also experience one unforgettable hunt. I had gone hunting with my dad at our lease in Oplin, Texas. We sat...

Bowhunting Memories
By Tyler Erickson -- My South Dakota season started in late August when I purchased my first game camera. I moved it to several locations and photographed some nice bucks. One in particular caught my attention. I thought it was an 11-point buck with...

With a Little Help from My Friends
By Braden Arp -- "What would you do if I sang out of tune? Would you stand up and walk out on me? Lend me your ear, and I'll sing you a song. I will try not to sing out of key." No matter what genre of music you prefer, those lyrics penned...

The Traveling Buck
By Steve Kidwell -- Prior to the beginning of the 2007 Ohio deer season, I was doing my homework by placing several trail cameras in the woods to see just what kind deer were in the area I planned to hunt. When I checked my trail camera in August, I...

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...
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