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Maryland Bowhunter Arrows 9-Point Doe

Taylor Pardue - October 30, 2018

One Maryland bowhunter was shocked to learn the 9-pointer he harvested was actually a female whitetail!

At Odds on CWD in the Whitetail World

Reid Vander Veen - September 19, 2018

Here's a look at what you need to know and the two sides of the Chronic Wasting Disease argument as a bowhunter!

Do Minerals Work for Improving Deer Health?

Jason Snavely - August 15, 2018

Last month, we discussed what's really in a bag of food-plot seed and how to make sense of that

How to React to Hemorrhagic Disease

Dr. Grant Woods - December 13, 2016

Last month, I shared information about Chronic Wasting Disease and the long-term impact it is

Focus on Age Instead of Antlers

Dr. Grant Woods - October 19, 2016

If you are like me and hunt mostly in dense woods, I doubt you see many (or any!) bucks with

Deer Decline: Fawns Are the Future

Dr. Grant Woods - June 14, 2016

Several states reported a decreased deer harvest during the 2015-16 season. When we think of

Why Predator Control Matters for Deer Populations

Dr. Grant Woods - June 03, 2016

It's almost fawning season throughout most of the whitetails' range. Many hunters don't get as

Buddy Deville Buck: 202-Inch Kentucky Brute

Christian Berg - September 10, 2015

Buddy Deville took this velvet giant on the fourth day of Kentucky's 2015 archery season. Photo by

Blue Tongue Disease in Deer: How is it Affecting Populations?

Dr. Grant Woods - June 18, 2013

Tracy Woods and her dog Crystal found many more buck skulls than shed antlers last winter due to a

Understanding the Buck to Doe Ratio

Bob Humphrey - May 23, 2012

"The buck-to-doe ratio is all messed up." If I had a dollar for every time I've heard that

A Closer Look at Mississippi's State-Record Typical Buck

Kevin Tate - March 09, 2012

As Mississippi farmer Will Rives headed out for an afternoon bowhunt on Dec. 14, 2010, his father

Virginia Elk Restoration Gets Official Go Ahead

Christian Berg - February 22, 2012

I got a news release today from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation saying that wildlife officials in

Modern Food Plot Practices: Are We Poisoning Ourselves?

Christian Berg - January 30, 2012

I need to tell you right up front I'm not a tree hugger. I don't drink raw milk, buy groceries at

170+ Buck Poached in Pennsylvania

Christian Berg - December 14, 2011

I hate it when big bucks like this are poached. Just imagine was a trophy this would have been

He Was a She! 30-Point Illinois 'Buck' Was a Doe

Christian Berg - December 14, 2011

I don't think I've ever seen an antlered doe, but I'd sure like to. They always seem to have these

Rare Black Color-Phase Coyote Taken in Pennsylvania

Bowhunting Staff Report - November 03, 2011

Johnny Cash probably would have liked the pelt on this song dog. While hunting in a Pennsylvania

Doe Management

Bob Humphrey - May 24, 2011

I was perched in one of my favorite early-season stands one afternoon when I heard a disturbance

Bowhunting A 200-Inch Kansas Monarch

Eddie Claypool - April 15, 2011

Four years of hunting -- one Kansas buck of a lifetime. By Eddie Claypool Travis

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