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Browse Exclosures are Necessary for Your Food Plots
By Kent Kammermeyer Certified Wildlife Biologist/Consultant -- What do you mean, you can't tell what time it is without a clock? How much rain did you get last month? Don't have a rain gauge? How long could you go without a gas gauge in your vehicl...

Bragging and Beet Juice
By Craig Porzondek -- I was reared on hunting. The woods are all I knew from the age of 5 to forever. My first buck was taken with a bow and my second buck went down with a single-shot 12-gauge slug. Our family lived for hunting, and it seemed hunti...

Scent or the Lack Thereof
By Braden Arp -- One of my favorite television commercials has, "Forget the wind, just hunt," as its slogan. I was so intrigued by this message that I simply knew I must check out their product. I think everyone has had a crisp morning's...

Hoosier Bruiser
By Daniel Dye -- Sandwiched between two of the country's most fabled monster buck states, Illinois and Ohio, you'll find Indiana. Known more for the historic Indianapolis Speedway and the Indianapolis Colts than big bucks, most avid trophy hunters s...

Winter Nutrition
Text & Photos by Tommy Kirkland -- The post-rut is over. Impregnated females are searching for the best nutrition amid winter's dormancy, while bucks, having lost body weight and energy, are also replenishing themselves. This is a critical time ...

One Shot Wonder
By Steve Shelton -- During the opening day of Indiana's 2004 gun season, my dad, Gary, and I started our hunt on a cold crisp foggy morning. I placed my dad in a spot overlooking a draw with lots of cover. I was hunting out of a ladderstand across t...

Velvet Bow Buck
By Travis Eastman -- I was hunting during North Dakota's 2007 archery season. I got to my treestand about 3:45 p.m., and I sat with anticipation waiting for a deer to come. Time passed and nothing showed up except some blue jays and a little red squ...

Ghillie Suit Adventure
By Marianne Hoosier -- As I struggled to get into my new ghillie suit, it became apparent that this one was made for someone at least twice my size. This was okay because surely the struggle would be worth the effort. I had planned on adding this su...

Smokepole Buck
By Josh Reed -- The day I took my first buck is not what I would consider an ideal hunting day. It was the last day of Ohio's muzzleloader season, and all I wanted to do was be in the woods. So I tried to get my dad to go with me like he said he wou...

The Slug Gun Ricochet Factor
By Randy D. Smith -- What does a recent study really mean to a slug gun deer hunter? An estimated 3 million United States deer hunters use shotguns. To my mind, there have always been three reasons for choosing a slug gun rather than a rifle fo...

A Bird in Hand - Makes a Father Proud
By Darren Schumacher -- My 11-year-old son, Alex, had been talking about turkey hunting for several years. He would buy calls, watch videos, and read websites on turkey hunting, and then ask when he could try his luck on a Michigan tom. Unfortunat...

Coal Bucket Dream Buck
By Carl Harmon -- Growing up in the Allegheny Mountains of Maryland, hunting was a way of life and survival. My passion was hunting white-tailed deer. As a young man, I was drafted into the army. Deer season was just about to come in, and though I h...

Arkansas Thriller
By Keith Moore -- The rut was in full swing during the Arkansas rifle season, and I had seen several does acting very agitated at the end of a firebreak that I was hunting.  I was watching them through my scope and noticed a set of antlers mo...

The Luck of the Draw
By Keegan Fielder -- Back in 2001, I was 17 and just getting passionate about hunting. I was also growing quite a bit, so I decided I should probably upgrade from a 20 gauge to a 12 gauge. As I was browsing through our town's local pawn shop for a n...

Hunters Face Tough Weather During Life Hunt
By Buckmasters Online -- Hunters woke to cold, rainy conditions on the final day of the 2008 Buckmasters Classic Life Hunt held at Sedgefields Plantation. While the bone-chilling cold was unwelcome, the smiles on the faces of the participants didn't...

2008 Life Hunt Yields Big Bucks, Lasting Memories
By Buckmasters Online -- A total of eight deer were harvested during the second day of the 2008 Buckmasters Classic Life Hunt at Sedgefields Plantation in Dallas County, Ala. Photo: Justin Blackman of Dunn, N.C., is all smiles after he harvested ...

2008 Buckmasters Classic Life Hunt Underway
By Buckmasters Online -- Deer hunters from throughout the United States headed afield Monday afternoon for the start of the 2008 Buckmasters Classic Life Hunt at Sedgefields Plantation in Dallas County, Ala. Photo: Ely Clark of Cleveland, Miss., ...

Hunting the Post-Rut
Text and Photos By Tommy Kirkland -- The rut is winding down. Exhausted bucks are finally browsing the food plots and timber's edge for longer periods. Does are regrouping after the madness; and although the majority of females have been bred, the ...

Trophy Class Isn't Always World Class
By Braden Arp -- What is the true measure of a trophy whitetail? This is a question I have asked myself for years. Is it measured by a scoring system? Could it be the dominant nature of the animal that was harvested? I believe, as do many others, th...

The Briar Patch Bruiser
By Kyle Schwabenbauer -- On Oct. 27, 2007, I headed to northwest Pennsylvania for my last archery hunt of the season. Although the season didn't end until mid-November, I had plans to leave for Colorado for an elk hunt the first week of the month, s...
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