A last-minute scouting mission and good fortune leads to a close bowhunting encounter with a Badger State nontypical buck of a lifetime.
Whitetail deer management can be challenging. Can you produce heavy-racked bucks without knowing precisely how many deer are on your land?
An astounding record-class whitetail buck estimated to be at least 7.5 years old with giant antlers was killed by a vehicle on Fort Campbell military base.
Aside from it being opening day of firearms deer season, Nov. 15, 2016, was a special day for 79-year-old Michigan deer hunter Harold Kleinow.
Two years of tangling with mature bucks was enough to keep the blood pumping and give two bowhunters hunting experiences of a lifetime.
Heath Kersten of Denmark, Wis., just thought it was a nice buck. He had no idea the brute carried more than 200 inches of dream-conjuring bone. He would soon learn that the long-legged monster embodied the very essence of his deer-hunting dreams.
After bowhunting for more than five decades, starting with a hickory bow he bought when he was just 11, this veteran dropped a mature bruiser that's definitely the buck of a lifetime!
The Boone and Crockett Club has reviewed and accepted the scoring of the nontypical record book buck killed in November 2016 by Stephen Tucker in Tennessee. Tucker shot a 47-point buck that scored 312+ on the third day of Tennnessee’s 2016 muzzleloader season. He was hunting from a ground blind on...
Stephen Tucker is one step closer to having his name and gnarly 47-point buck enshrined in the record books as the world record. Tucker, 26, of Gallatin, Tenn., shot the buck last November while hunting on the opening morning of Tennessee’s muzzleloader season. He missed his first shot at the giant...