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A Bear for Grandpa
By Clark S. Ross -- I know everyone has a story to tell when it comes to hunting. I'm no different. I could tell you some very successful and funny stores as well as some unsuccessful stories. But this one is about an unsuccessful success story. I...

Champions of the Wild
By Howard Miles Sr. -- On the morning of Oct. 30, 2001, I woke up at 3:30 a.m. and scurried around to get ready for a morning bowhunt with my good friend, Steve Johnson. I checked my gear twice to make sure I had not forgotten a single thing. Around...

The Hide-and-Seek Buck
By Nicole Corwin -- We live in Michigan, and it was the last week of the 2006 deer season. My boyfriend, Nate Wright, went out about 5:30 a.m., determined to bag a deer. I received a phone call around 11:30 a.m. from Nate. He was hysterical. He said...

Biggest Buck of the Bunch
By Jessica Pierce -- What kind of hunter is scared of bees? That hunter would be me. The first year I went hunting was also the first year my husband introduced me to a gun. Being a person who had never gone hunting or shot a gun, I did not realize ...

Hunting on the Half-Shell
By Joe Franklin -- It was a warm day back in 1992, and I had always heard everyone talk about how fun and exciting bowhunting could really be. I wanted to try it, but at that time I was a newlywed who was broke as dirt. I had to do something though,...

Hillbilly Hunting
By Dave Keesbery -- My family of four - that's Mom, Katie, 15, Hunter, 3, and me - went on a memorable hunting "expedition" one Sunday in November 2005. Mom packed plenty to keep Hunter busy since he became easily restless. I couldn't beli...

Choose Your Weapon and Your Woman
By Durinda Fisher -- My husband Brett and I met in March of 2001. He has been an active hunter since his childhood when his father introduced him to it. Being the oldest and only girl of three children, my father and mother introduced me to sports w...

Smokepole Buck
By Ricky Riner -- At the age of 16 most kids are focused on getting their driver's licenses and spending time away from home. Though that statement might have been true when I was this age, on one particular day it could not be further from the trut...

Another Record Deer Harvest Posted in South Dakota
From South Dakota Game, Fish Department -- According to harvest surveys compiled by the S.D. Game, Fish and Parks Department, last year saw the all-time highest recorded deer harvest in the state and it was the eighth straight year that deer harvest...

Good Close to Opening Day
By Tracy Chrisley -- I've been hunting for more than 15 years and have taken quite a few really good bucks. However, that opening-day buck has eluded me. In years past, I have found many good spots to hunt with a lot of buck sign, but would always l...

Better than Magic Mountain
By Brian Ries   -- I have hunted on small properties in western Pennsylvania for my entire life but have never experienced anything like what I'm about to tell in this story. Nick, a good friend of mine, inherited a 60-acre farm from his grand...

From one Generation to the Next
By Joe Mayers -- I want to dedicate this story to the man that got me into hunting - my dad, John Andrew Mayers Jr. My dad and I shared the passion of hunting and were always on the lookout for that next big buck. I lost him one week to the day afte...

A Cold Cup of Coffee
By Alan Werner -- We live beside my wife's parents and together we have about 7 acres, 4 1/2 to 5 acres are wooded. Our neighbors have an additional 3 acres of hardwoods. The woodlot is basically rectangular in shape and a small creek meanders throu...

Better than a Home Run
By Joe Svetina -- Deer season was upon us again, and my son, Dustin, was excited with the thoughts of this being the year he gets his big buck. I was nervous because this season would be the second year he would go hunting, and I vividly remembered ...

Wind, Lose or Draw
By Michael Lee   -- As I sat fletching arrows for the coming deer season one August afternoon, my cell phone rang. On the other end of the call was my good bud Chris Vaughn of Adventures Wild in Colorado. Chris and I had talked a few times on ...

CWD not Found in Pennsylvania Hunter-Harvested Deer Samples
From Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Chronic wasting disease (CWD) was not detected in samples taken from hunter-harvested deer during the state's 2007 hunting season, according to Dr. Walt Cottrell, Pennsylvania Game Commission wildlife veterinaria...

Dos and Don'ts of Doe Management
By Tracy Breen -- Harvesting does is a topic that all hunters seem to have an opinion about. If a hunter brought a doe back to camp when I was a kid, he would be ridiculed and sent to his tent without supper. Everyone believed that harvesting does q...

Traditional Lever Actions for Whitetails
By Randy D. Smith -- I've hunted white-tailed deer for over 30 years, and I have no idea how many I've harvested.  I consider a lever-action .30-30 carbine to be the perfect deer hunting tool. The .30-30 cartridge delivers a lot of moderate-ran...

Passing on a Family Tradition
By Robin Cochran -- I would like to tell you a story of the person I consider to be the world's greatest dad, grandpa and hunter. Bill Vetter Sr. began hunting when he was 25 years old. It all started when he joined the Charlestown Archery Club. He ...

Free Website Service Connects Hunters
From Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Research surveys show that finding a place to hunt is a barrier for many people in today's Texas, which is why Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has created the Hunt Texas Online Connection, a free websi...
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