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              By E. Donnall Thomas, Jr.    




	We saw many bigger fallow deer, but I was more

Cerro Colorado

E. Donnall Thomas, Jr. - November 04, 2010

By E. Donnall Thomas, Jr. We saw many bigger fallow deer, but I was more

For success on modern elk, forget the Mr. Nice Guy routine. Try picking a fight instead.

Rattling For Bulls

November 04, 2010

For success on modern elk, forget the Mr. Nice Guy routine. Try picking a fight instead.

Your cold-weather hunting success can rise only as high as your cold-weather comfort.

Hunting The Deep Freeze

Mark Kayser - November 04, 2010

Your cold-weather hunting success can rise only as high as your cold-weather comfort.

This innovator won't appear with many trophy animals on TV or in magazines, but his bows will.

The Thinker

Curt Wells - November 04, 2010

This innovator won't appear with many trophy animals on TV or in magazines, but his bows will.

When passion for hunting burns deep in your heart, you'll go to any lengths to take your first bull elk.

The Ponds

Jason Cook - November 04, 2010

When passion for hunting burns deep in your heart, you'll go to any lengths to take your first...

A heartbreaking event leads to a heartwarming season of deer hunting.

Carrying On

Bryce Lambley - November 04, 2010

A heartbreaking event leads to a heartwarming season of deer hunting.

As Jim Purcaro and I settled in for the evening vigil in southeastern Kansas, I was a little surprised to still be holding a video camera while Jim held his bow.

Just Right

Steve Stivaly - November 04, 2010

As Jim Purcaro and I settled in for the evening vigil in southeastern Kansas, I was a little...

Nothing lifts a whitetail hunter's spirits more than a dreary, dark day on stand.

The Homecoming

November 04, 2010

Nothing lifts a whitetail hunter's spirits more than a dreary, dark day on stand.

"...when I nocked the arrow, it made a slight click, and the bull jumped to his feet..."

The Old Bull

bob lindberg - November 04, 2010

"...when I nocked the arrow, it made a slight click, and the bull jumped to his...

In antelope hunting, the outcome often depends far more on judgment than on hunting skill.

Desert Dilemmas

Dwight Schuh - November 04, 2010

In antelope hunting, the outcome often depends far more on judgment than on hunting skill.

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