Reader Angie M. hunts Pennsylvania learns patience can make all the difference.
Fight the itch to take a younger buck and watch him grow through the years. The payoff in the end is worth the wait.
Chuck Hamstra's last-second decision pays off.
Relive the excitement of that first successful hunt. An excited 12-year-old Braden Burns shares the first of many adventures.
Before deployment, many servicemen and women enjoyed hunting deer. Getting back into the sport can be a challenge for some after returning home. Fortunately, there are scores of fellow hunters ready to lend a hand to the country's heroes.
A hunter tracks a deer for four years before coming face-to-face with his quarry. But a stroke of bad luck threatens to send him home empty-handed.
A Christmas adventure in Texas reminds deer hunters of the true meaning of the season. Deer season, that is.
A hunter gets lucky twice, the first being what he saw and the second being what he did.
It’s the instant you realize that sapling in the brush-choked creek bottom is actually a deer’s leg; that branch is really an antler; that flitting bird is actually a twitching ear. Everything changes when the ambient becomes the very thing you’re seeking. The therapeutic becomes the stressor. And the warm and...