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.
Making the most of every hunting opportunity includes going out when you're sleepy, as this Ohio hunter did before seeing and dropping the biggest buck of her life.
When his sister decided she wanted to hunt again, Chance Weldon offered his best advice and it proved correct for her with the biggest one on the farm.
After years of strong management and learning about hunting, young Nick Mattly dropped a great Iowa buck scoring more than 194 B&C with his muzzleloader.
Gary Barenz isn’t a trophy buck hunter, despite living in one of the best areas of the country to see and kill giant whitetails. Barenz has seen them in his 40-odd years of hunting, but he’s never really dialed into the trophy mentality. He just enjoys hunting near his home in...