Check out the photo as the Reconyx game camera catches an arrow passing through a big buck shot by DDH contributor Don Higgins overlooking his Real World Wildlife Seed food plot.
They’re not all dead yet. Big-buck photos are still filling the trail cameras. Here’s a selection of photos sent to Deer & Deer Hunting’s Facebook Page. Learn more about who sent them in, and where they’re from, on Facebook.
Imagine Deer & Deer Hunting publisher Brad Rucks’ reaction when he returned from retrieving his trail camera memory cards to find these photos. The bird appears to be a “wild” peacock. “I heard about a neighbor who saw a peacock in his yard,” Rucks reported. “But I thought he had just seen a turkey...
As Deer & Deer Hunting reported in early February, this 8-point Illinois buck is believed to be the largest net-score 8-pointer ever killed in North America. Just this week, more photos of the buck began circulating all over the Internet. Here are three of them. According to the Boone and Crockett Club, the buck’s...
Deer & Deer Hunting readers share their photos.
Wel im Nick Nobile. Im 16 years old. i shot it this year opening day. i didnt get it scored yet its currently at a taxidermist. I shot it with a Winchester 1871 348 with open sights probaly around a 60 yard shot through the woods. tell me what ya think thanks =)
Since that was a story in the Blog today. I thought y'all might like to see this one.
Not a trail cam photo, but actually taken by a lady in her back yard not far from my hunting grounds. I have yet to see him though.
This first buck is on my neighbors trail cam. The second buck is in southern Wi. My brother had him at 12yds last bow season, and could not get a good shot at him. This pic is from this past Aug. Record buck??????
Name: Kurt Kunz
This buck was a big 11 pointer last year. Had hum at 25 yards this archery season and could not get a shot.
Name: BILL VERNOSKI
Bow Hunting from a Woman’s View
By: Debbie Derck
The most important part of hunting is Safety! Always “Plan your Hunt and Hunt your Plan”. Let someone know the plan, so if you need help they will know where to go, and never, ever...