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My Time in the Woods
By Billy Kizziah -- The rut on was on in the Corners. I hunt near where the boundary lines for three counties meet; Pickens, Tuscaloosa and Fayette counties located in west Alabama. My property is located just inside Fayette County in a community c...

Halloween Buck
By Brian Milinski -- I was hunting on some family land in Leon County, Texas, with anticipation of taking a buck. However, I never thought that on Halloween I would receive a "treat" as big as this one. A week before the harvest, we found ...

Swamp Hunters
By Wade Nolan -- Three Florida Black Panthers have been recently sighted in this swamp. Like me, they're here for the hogs. The terrain is mottled with high and low spots. The elevated hammocks resemble a chain of islands that reach through the tang...

You Got a 10-pointer, Trace!
By Tracy McCormick -- Everyone tries to support their spouse when it comes to their hobbies. When I started dating my husband, I had my horses and he had his hunting. He supported and helped me with my horses, and I sat at home and waited, semi-pat...

Dressed for Success
By Bill Allen -- Nimrod I wasn't, but I suspected I was. In the deep recesses of my inner being, I was Nimrod, Davy Crockett and Papa Hemmingway. I had never hunted deer. I had always wanted to stalk the forest prime evil in search of a wily buck wi...

Birmingham Shootout: 24 Archers Advance to Buckmasters Top Bow World Championship
By Daniel Dye -- Skipper Booth Takes Home Alabama Regional Qualifier Title BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Skipper Booth of Tuscaloosa, Ala., outscored Hunter Junkin 220-195 in the championship round of the Buckmasters Top Bow Indoor regional qualifier Sunday b...

Lucky Charm
By Amanda Simon   -- It was Nov. 11, 2006, the opening morning of modern rifle season and my first time to go deer hunting. My boyfriend, Kyle, and I went to the woods at around 6 a.m., about an hour and a half before sun up. Kyle dropped me o...

Archers Poised to Take on Buckmasters Top Bow Course Today
By Daniel Dye -- BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Sixty world-class archers will compete in the Buckmasters Top Bow Indoor qualifier July 18-20, in Birmingham, Ala. The event will be held in conjunction with the 25th Annual World Deer and Turkey Expo at the Birmi...

Utahns - It's Time to Camp Responsibly
By Dr. Kevin Bunnell -- If you enjoy camping in Utah, the following scene probably sickens you as much as it does me: You pull into your favorite camping spot, ready to enjoy a day or two in Utah's backcountry.  But what you find is anything ...

Not a City Slicker Any More!
By Michele Morris   -- My husband always encouraged me to go hunting with him. He said I would enjoy it, but, being a true city girl from Virginia Beach, I always passed up the opportunity. However, due to a much needed break from my three kid...

Marriage Made in Heaven
By Jennifer Bilott -- My first date with my now-husband, Jim, was a deer hunting trip. I missed an 8-point buck that day. Our second date was, you guessed it, deer hunting. It was a successful doe hunt for me. Our third date was picking up the proce...

One-of-a-kind Iowa Deer Hunt Celebrates Camaraderie, Hunting Experience
From Iowa Department of Natural Resources -- Roger Erpelding had always wanted to go hunting. For years, he listened to the hunting stories his brothers and brother-in-law would tell and wished he was along for the adventure.  The 57-year-old W...

Putting in Overtime
By Jason Miller -- My story begins with a very good but unsuccessful bow season, during which I missed a trophy buck by misjudging the distance and shooting under the buck. My attitude was down a bit after this experience, but I knew that I would ha...

Braking Curfew
By Brian McDannald -- My story starts Oct. 3, 2007, around 4 p.m. I called my wife to let her know I was headed to the woods and intended on being at home by dark. I made it to my spot and climbed up to my treestand. The time passed by slowly. The...

Winning Her Over
By Clint Anderson -- I awake to the smell of coffee and the sizzle of bacon frying on an old pot-bellied stove. Voices can be heard out in the living room, raspy from the early awakening. But nobody is complaining about getting up today, for it is o...

The Does Have It
By Jeff Charles -- My good friend Mark always gave me the meat from one or two does he harvested each year. Then, last season Mark talked me into trying to bag my own deer with the promise that if I didn't get one he would still supply me with my u...

Why Do Serious Deer Hunters Need Food Plots?
By Kent Kammermeyer -- Here is a quick quiz to see if you need to read this article: Does your hunting property lack row crop agriculture (corn, soybeans, alfalfa) either within the property or around it? Has all previously existing row crop agricul...

Idaho Mulie
By Paul Hines -- For the past five years, I have been traveling with my friend, Gene, from my home state of Washington to Atlanta, Idaho, to hunt mule deer. Typically, we leave at night and drive straight through so we do not have to deal with traf...

Webster's Definition of a Big Buck
By Dan Kibler -- Dwayne Webster would have been hunting in the Jefferson National Forest in southwestern Virginia, were it not for "The Hatchet Man." Instead, Webster spent the 1999 Virginia archery season on a private farm in Roanoke Cou...

Up Close and Personal
By Rayford Hamil -- I won a trip to Gonzales, Texas, for a hog hunt. I had never hunted them before, even though I have hunted over 50 years. Needless to say, the 7-hour drive was not a lot of fun as I was so anxious to arrive. When I arrived at t...
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