Whitetail Deer Hunting
The whitetail is the most coveted big game species in North America. Read these articles for deer hunting tips and stories.
Mark my words: More and more bucks will be shot on public lands in the 21st century, and a few will be bigger than you can imagine.
When hunting big whitetails in Saskatchewan, hours of waiting and watching can be rewarded—or wasted—in a few precious moments.
Hunting trophy whitetails in the far reaches of Saskatchewan is not the type of environment where you hope you have the correct gear. You need it. Learn from the adventures of NAH Associate Editor Luke Hartle.
Don't live by the old adage "the lazy days of summer." Toiling a few hours in the summer heat might be your ticket to a hot autumn whitetail hunt. You might even get to rescue a damsel in distress. Read Mark Kayser's tips for summer deer stand preparation here.
Are you stuck in a treestand? If so, it's time to purchase a portable ground blind and ambush whitetails where they least expect it. Read about it here.
By my calculations, each decent-sized white-tailed buck I’ve killed with a bow has required a total of 50-75 hours of sitting in a treestand or ground blind. Even reading a good book can get tedious after all that time!
NAHC experts give advice on how to shake your buck fever anxiety, which ammo works well for coyote shooting, etc.
North American Hunter is celebrating whitetails. Here's your one-spot stop for video clips, tips and blogs on our beloved whitetails. Enjoy.
Meet Melissa Bachman, NAH-TV's newest star and a hunting enthusiast you'll enjoy getting to know. She captures big bucks -- along with tons of other creatures across the globe -- by bow, gun and camera. She's a TV personality and producer in one.
NAHC Life Member Todd Anderson's October adventure in the woods will make you want to go hunting. Today. Read his story about a big buck and share in the excitement.