Whitetail Deer Hunting
The whitetail is the most coveted big game species in North America. Read these articles for deer hunting tips and stories.
Every bow-shot animal involves a very unique set of circumstances.
Just hanging an elevated platform, even on prime whitetail ground, doesn't guarantee success. The best treestand sites are carefully planned, prepared and maintained.
Bre'Anna Carey is a special young girl from Springfield, Illinois, who was diagnosed with an adenoma (tumor) on her pituitary gland. Despite suffering multiple side effects from the medication needed to treat her disease, she continues to pursue her love of hunting. Come along with this special little girl on a very special white-tailed deer hunt.
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.
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.