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Texas Trailer Buck
By Steve Montgomery -- My wife's grandfather owns 100 acres south of Ozona, Texas. Hunting is usually pretty good, but this year things were a little different. I suppose there was a lot of hunting pressure from surrounding land owners. I had my son...

Hunting With Questionable Equipment
By Dan Hayward   -- In 2004, I went on my first blacktail deer hunt to Hinchinbrook Island, south of Cordova, Alaska. I went with two of my good friends, Ken and Mike. Both of my friends have gone deer hunting many times on Hinchinbrook and on...

Times Like These
By Jerry Bultman -- It's Friday, Dec. 9, 2005. It's cold. I'm hunting Bozeman Farms located along the Big Black River near Flora, Miss. Several months earlier, I had made a donation to Tri-County Academy, a local private school, to participate in ...

Hog Heaven
By Bill Adelman -- Clear back (that's huntin' language) in 1973, I met my soul mate, Gerry. At the time, she did not know the difference twix a huntin' knife and a 4x4. After explaining how important huntin' is to me, she kinda understood, to the de...

Field of Memories
By Ted Lawson -- Life is full of beautiful memories. But there are some that stick out in our minds so vividly that no amount of time or circumstances can erase them. Having spent most of my adult years around hunting, I have a collection of memorie...

Big Bucks Can Hide in Small Places
-- Most hunters tend to look for big bucks in the most remote, nasty and impenetrable places -- and it's certainly true that your odds of taking a bigger buck are better in places other hunters refuse to enter.  There are some very successful ...

South Georgia Hot Weather Bucks
By Michael Lee -- Drawing back on my bow seemed like an easy enough task until the wide-racked buck began to close the distance and offer a perfect shot. This was the third buck of the evening hunt that had traveled the field edge. One more limb o...

Yes, Deer
By Brandon Faulkner -- The middle of October in eastern North Carolina brings the beginning of gun season in Vance County. I had recently moved back to my small community after 20 years of city living, and, eagerly, I waited for the first week of th...

The Drought Of 2007
Text & Photos by Tommy Kirkland -- Day after day the sun beats upon the parched land - evidence of the extreme lack of rainfall. Combined with an Easter freeze when temperatures dipped below 32 degrees for several mornings, vegetative foliage ...

River Rat Buck
By Steven Vaughn -- Last year when I was living in Indiana, I was laid off from my job as a trucking dispatcher just before deer hunting season started. As you could imagine, it didn't hurt my feelings any because I could then dedicate all my time t...

Proper Care of Game Meat is Essential in Hot Weather
By Tom Keith, Nebraska Game and Park Commission -- Many hunting seasons open in September when the weather can range from warm to hot, which makes properly caring for the game you take more challenging. If it is not properly cared for in the field a...

There's No Place Like Home
By Greg Biggerstaff   -- I am originally from North Carolina and grew up hunting and fishing with my grandfather, Roy, Uncle Chris and my dad, Lee Biggerstaff. I killed my first deer in Northampton County when I was 14. I have taken numerous d...

Do You Really HAVE to Tune Your Bow?
-- Tuning a bow can be a frustrating, time-consuming undertaking, which is why many dedicated bowhunters skip the process entirely. And if your broadheads hit where you are aiming and your arrows enter the target straight, there is no real need to &q...

One For The (Story) Book
By Danny Moore -- Like most hunters I have a story. The thing about this story is that my best friend and hunting partner had to be shown proof before he totally believed the story. A couple of years ago, my hunting partner and I had taken a Friday...

Standing Tall
By Russell Thornberry -- There's an old adage that says, "Your most important choices in life are your dog, your hunting partner and your wife" ...  not necessarily in that order. Having diligently pursued those critical life choices,...

On Cloud Nine
By Jeff Carlson -- After a great early youth rifle hunt with my son and a notable archery season for me, I took my son, Solomon, out on his first rifle hunt for a Pennsylvania buck. During these hunts, we'd learned how the deer were traveling, so ...

Rattled In
By Jon Bryan -- On Nov. 11, 2006, my son, Brad, and I went out at 12:15 p.m. to rattle up a buck. Brad is an active duty soldier stationed at Ft. Hood. I am retired and own a ranch five miles southwest of Goldthwaite, Texas. The little cool snap we ...

Get Off the Field
-- Just seeing deer gets any hunter's heart pumping.  That's why it's so hard to resist sitting right on a green field or crop edge -- you definitely see more deer. If you're meat hunting or are taking a youngster out, watching a field can be v...

A Second Chance
By Mark Warford -- In October 2005, I took my son, Allen, hunting on the opening weekend of Kentucky's youth hunt. At dusk, as we were headed through the field toward our house, we saw a striking silhouette of a monstrous buck grazing in the distanc...

Keystone Cops Go Huntin'
By Dana Denton -- Back in the day, there were but a few deer in Kentucky. By far, the largest population was around Mammoth Cave National Park. My dad, James Denton, and his buddies hunted religiously. According to my dad, they typically hunted wit...
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