Over the years, Terry Browning’s family has had quite a few unique hunting experiences. These are their stories.
Read expert advice from hunters who consistently shoot big bucks, and browse through success stories about big bucks in this section of DeerandDeerHunting.com. Whether you like to simply see pictures of big bucks with large antlers, or you want to read advice for getting a shot on the biggest bucks in your area, this is the column for you.
One hunter tells the story of tracking a buck with two front-facing Y’s — the second deer on record since the “Famous Brow Tine Buck of 1870.”
We posed the question to all of the Deer & Deer Hunting Facebook fans: “What’s the Heaviest Buck You’ve Ever Seen?”
If you are one of the 800,000 hunters who chase whitetails in this state, you should be aware of some current shenanigans (including a rigged survey) involving the Department of Natural Resources and other wildlife policy makers. And, if hunters don’t respond now, these actions might forever change deer hunting both here and elsewhere. The […]
Southern Iowa’s Mike Mattly admits he’s blessed to live in the heart of what easily could be considered the best big-buck hunting region of North America. However, the fact that Mattly moved to south-central Iowa and bought a small chunk of farmland in the 1990s didn’t guarantee he would experience the hunting success he’s seen […]
As we celebrate our 15th year on television, here’s a short clip of one of our early episodes featuring our long-time deer behavior field editor, Charles Alsheimer.
The giant Brewster buck has officially been named the new nontypical world record whitetail buck by the Pope & Young Club, and here’s the story of how the hunt played out.
National wildlife refuges across the country strive to open new public land areas for hunting, and young Zayne was one of the lucky ones to have a chance to hunt on such a parcel last year. For him and his family, it was a fruitful hunt.
Can you say heavyweight? Honest 200-pound whitetails don’t exactly grow on trees around North America, and a true 250-pound-plus deer is in a pretty limited class. And to see one in the wild is something quite impressive.
This normally nocturnal giant finally decided to get up and move in daylight with cold temperatures and high pressure. Bill Luli was in the right place at the right time and was ready.