giant antlers

Deer Nontypical Twin Droptines

Amazing Buck Has Giant Droptine Antlers!

Some hunters love perfectly symmetrical racks on their deer and others love a little trash on a nontypical rack. You’ll take a second look at this giant nontypical with double-droptine antlers, though, because it’s a stunner. Almost any deerhunter would love to have a shot at putting an arrow or bullet through this one’s...

Alex LeBlanc of Louisiana with his possible state record 204-inch buck.

Gigantic 204-inch Buck Could Be New State Record

When December rolls around in Louisiana a couple of things are on most folks’ minds in the Pelican State: duck hunting, cool weather for deer hunting, the upcoming Mardi Gras and joy or frustration depending on the LSU Bengal Tigers’ football season. So with temperatures in an unseasonably warm range on Dec. 20, Alex...

Dr. Jeffrey Lusk with his Mississippi River island 183-inch 16-point buck.

What a Difference a Year Makes for Monster 183-inch Buck

Dr. Jeffry Lusk pretty much planned things out but, as we know, making plans when you’re dealing with big white-tailed bucks is kind of like building a bridge with twigs. Everything can go right and you get a gorgeous twig bridge. Or you do one thing wrong and it collapses. Ditto with dealing with...

Kamryn Vogel was one of more than 99,000 hunters who reported killing a buck in Iowa during the 2013 season.

Watch These Secrets Of Giant Midwest White-tailed Bucks

Big bucks are in the back of every hunter’s mind this time of year. On this week’s new episode of Destination Whitetail – airing Wednesday on the Sportsman Channel – our team travels to the Midwest to investigate what makes the region hot for big bucks. Tagging a big buck is a tremendous accomplishment for...

Danny Dillard of Easley with three of his record book South Carolina bucks.

Record Book Whitetail Bucks are Head-Turners

For only the fourth time in 15 years, whitetail deer hunters in South Carolina can find out about state records through the complete listing from the state’s wildlife agency. The complete listing of South Carolina’s antler records is now available to the public online at this link on the S.C. Department of Natural Resources...