Ron Shaulis' diligent scouting and scent control tactics finally paid off during the 2017 Pennsylvania archery season. But, his hunt for a gigantic public-land buck took longer than he ever expected.
Cory Sutton got in touch with us here at D&DH a few years ago with a pretty compelling story about his health battles and passion for deer hunting.
The reward for hard work to pick up clues on a new tract: an 8-point buck that reignited hunting passions and put some venison in the freezer.
A last-minute scouting mission and good fortune leads to a close bowhunting encounter with a Badger State nontypical buck of a lifetime.
Few deer hunters forget the details of the hunt and their first buck, and Dylan Javoroski definitely won't forget his first deer season.
Christy Allender's Bluegrass Buck is a testament that many times the hunt isn’t over after the first arrow whizzes through the air – it’s just beginning.
The highs and lows of deer hunting are something every hunter experiences, but the first deer is quite often the most memorable — especially when shared with a mentor.
This is one of those sweet memories you hang onto and cherish and laugh about, and realize a bit of luck was involved along with some buck fever.
A man who kills a great deer is sometimes given a name to acknowledge the magnitude of his feat. Lee’s peers chose a name to honor the deer. They gave him the deer’s name. They called him the King. The King is dead. Long live the King.