Entries for September 2007
When author and NAHC Life Member Gerry Rightmyer arranged a Swap Hunt in Kansas with some fellow NAHC members he met on the NAHC Bulletin Boards at HuntingClub.com, he never imagined the hunt would result in the largest non-typical white-tailed buck ever taken by a non-resident in the state.
Properly winterizing your utility vehicle before cold weather hits this fall is the best way to ensure that you get the best performance from your vehicle during cold weather.
His father's sacrifices and lessons taught in the deer woods have forever changed how NAHC Member Don Higgins views the sport of hunting.
Practice and patience helped the author tie a tag to his first-ever white-tailed deer.
At one time facing extinction, Oregon's Columbia whitetails have flourished thanks to intense conservation efforts.
As I knelt down next to the remarkably massive animal, I couldn't believe that I'd just killed the biggest white-tailed deer of my life! The buck had been a worthy adversary, but I'd finally prevailed.
After years of near-misses and frustration, a hunter finally realizes his dream of tagging his most worthy foe.
With a single shot from his grandfather's .243 Win. rifle the author officially became a hunter.
The author is all smiles after taking his first white-tailed buck with a bow.
After a tough brown bear hunt the year before, the author returns to Alaska's Kenai Peninsula for a shot at redemption and the trophy of a lifetime.