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One Fine Buck
By Phil Fiene -- It was a frosty Kansas morning on Nov. 13, 2002. The weather was not great for a morning bowhunt. Days like this make it easy to stay under the blankets. However, it was the first day of pheasant season, which would result in a lot ...

Archery in the Off Season
By Tracy Breen -- Archery season has come to an end and bowhunters everywhere find themselves wondering what to do now. Most of us shot our bows daily for weeks before the season opened to get ready for our fall hunts. We fine-tuned our equipment ...

Going Large in Maine
By Val Faust -- My first year to deer hunt in Maine was 2005. My brother-in-law Al Woodbury has hunted in Maine at Forth Generation Farm and Guide Service, which is owned and run by Mike Farrar. Al has had great success due to the fact he has taken ...

No Ground Shrinkage Here
By Christopher Duncan -- I had just settled into my treestand for a vigilant morning of deer hunting on the next to last day of Wisconsin's firearms season. BOOM! The sound of my father's .30-06 erupted in the morning air. BOOM! Another shot cracked...

Six Days, Seven Bucks and 70 Pounds
By John Bradley -- The excitement of the trip reached fever pitch as we loaded my son's bags in the truck. Finally, we were leaving in the morning for our trip to Hudson Bay located in Saskatchewan, Canada, with Dahl Creek Outfitters. I was going to...

Illinois Non-Resident Archery Deer Permits on Sale June 1
From Illinois Department of Natural Resources -- Non-resident archery deer hunting permits for the 2008-09 Illinois Archery Deer season will be available through the DNR Direct online and by phone beginning June 1.   Non-residents can purcha...

A Sitka Adventure
By Jeff Sullivan -- Hunting Sitka blacktail deer in Prince William Sound, Alaska, presents many challenges for a first-time deer hunter. For example, travel by boat or plane can be turbulent due to the unpredictable weather in this area. The islands...

Going Above and Beyond
By Greg Humphreys, Wildlife Biologist, Deltic Timber Corp. -- During the summer of 2007, I received a phone call from the Cedar Hill Hunting Club. They were calling to inform us they were planning to host a youth hunt for a young handicapped hun...

A Brother's Bond
By Kyle Schwabenbauer -- Austin and Anthony Toler were two brothers growing up in the rural mountains of southern West Virginia. The vast wilderness surrounding their hometown of Sunhill was the perfect setting to foster their love of the outdoors....

Take Two
By Patrick H. White -- It all started in the summer of 2004. My brother-in-law, Jon, and I had just purchased some digital Cuddeback cameras, and we were excited to see what had been leaving the huge foot prints in our lablab fields. Jon and I have ...

Whitetails and the Ole Coyote
Text & Photos by Tommy Kirkland -- Today we are hearing about and experiencing more and more predator impact upon white-tailed deer. Although bobcats and bears seek venison to satisfy their carnivorous nature, it's the ole coyote that has been g...

From the Agony of Defeat to Glory
By John Says -- It was mid-October 1991, and I had ventured off to a place that I was very familiar with, a place called Shoates Creek Pastures. This is a place I had hunted quite often. I had gotten up early that morning anxious to get to the woods...

Bovine Intervention
By David Gray -- Opening day three years ago, the cows helped this boy go home with a turkey. I had been given permission to hunt some property called Brown Creek. After scouting this ground, I found it to be 80 percent cattle pasture surrounded by ...

A Stroke of Luck
By Jeremy Lange -- It was Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2006, when I took a vacation day to do some scouting for rifle season, which was set to start on Saturday. My plan was to sit by the river and just do some glassing of the bottoms and hills. It was a beau...

The "Went" Buck
By Richard Bernier -- In the fall of 1964 during Thanksgiving week, two of my uncles, Jerry LeMay and Leonard Allen, invited me to go hunting in Maine with them. I had heard stories of these hunts since I was a kid. My wife had given me a Winchester...

In Memory of Ann
By Jackie Bushman -- Chances are, you didn't know her or have even heard her name. She preferred it that way, always putting the spotlight on others. But as media relations manager of two of the world's largest hunting and fishing organizations, Ann...

Chronicles of a Deer Hunt: Part II
By Chris Peddicord -- 5:30 p.m. - After dropping my dad's deer off at the processors, we head back out for an evening hunting. We decide to sneak into position in a ditch near the alfalfa fields where we had observed so many deer the night before. A...

Chronicles of a Deer Hunt: Part I
By Chris Peddicord -- 09/30/2007 6:30 p.m. - Arrived in Sheridan, Wyo., a bit earlier in the afternoon so we'd have time to do some scouting. From a high point overlooking some alfalfa fields, it is clear there are a bunch of deer here. Over a peri...

Peanut Butter Does the Trick
By Rick Hogge -- My friend, Mark Goodwin, invited me on a bowhunt for black bear in Nova Scotia, Canada. I was joined on the trip by my good friend Tom Cardoza. We packed our coolers and hunting gear in Tom's pickup and drove over to Mark's house. W...

Nine Points of Perfection
By Chris Hinds -- This is the story of my first buck, well for that matter it was my first deer period. Growing up, I lived in the epitome of small-town America. As you know or can imagine, rural southern Oklahoma was abundant with hunting land. At ...
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