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1979
Deer Hunting
Contents - Bagging Bigger Bucks, Stalking, Bow And Arrow Bucks, Trophy Mule Deer, Is It Still Hunting?, Black Powder Bucks, Arizona Whitetail, Take A Stand For Deer, Duck Guns For Deer, Blacktail, Let's Go For A Drive, Handgun Hunting Today, Moose, The Right Rifle, Pushing Deer With Dogs, Hunting The Regal Elk, Hunting Accessories, Pick The Right Knive, Now You Have Your Buck
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October
1987

Deer & Deer Hunting
Contents - Bones Of Contention (Researchers generally agree that the size of a normal buck's rack varies upon the animal's age, his nutritional history and inherited traits. They argue vehemently amongst themselves, however, as to the relative importance of the various features), In The Moonlight(Does the lunar cycle affect deer movement? On no other question do deer hunters and deer biologists disagree vehemently), Till Deer Season Do You Part (If your wife wants to hunt deer, train her carefully, teach her well and you may gain a lifelong hunting partner), The Ethics Of Pursuit (Pursuit must always take precedence over killing or we simply destroy the important meanings and values essential to the activity), After Your Trophy Is Down (The proper care of a deer head starts in the field, not in a taxidermist's studio), Crabapples And Monkey Balls (The increase in human pressure during the firearms season often causes deer to seek the thickest cover available in their home range), Trial For The King Of Green Mountain (Each and every year, deer are stolen. Perhaps we should develop a better set of rules for conduct and ethics), Hard Hunting (If you yearn for the chance to test your hunting ability, you should consider hunting with a muzzleloader), Hunter Bias: Survey Results (Bow hunters, as a group, are more willing to harvest a fawn than are rifle hunters), Deer & Deer Hunting: The First Decade (A brief review of this magazine's first ten years), Managing Deer On Your Property (For a landowner with a small tract of land, the easier aspect of deer management is habitat manipulation as opposed to population manipulation), Deer Hunting On The Au Sable (A saggilng meat pole and an American flag frequently charactized the deer camps along the banks of the Au Sable), How Much Do Antlers Shrink? (Whenever the deer hunter shoots a large white-tailed buck, a tape, pad and pencil soon emerge, as does the inevitable question: how much do antlers shrink after harvest?), Climbing For Whitetails (Canopy cover, shooting lanes and arrow trajectory are important factors to consider when you scout and choose a tree for climbing), Rue's Views (A noted naturalist and wildlife photographer answers questions frequently asked about deer), A Sense Of Order (It is good to feel this kind of tiredness, the fatigue of the body rather than of the mind, after a day of deer hunting)
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Winter
1996

North America's Monster Bucks
Contents - The Super Gene (Find out how much impact the gene pool has on your herd); Five Sure Bets For Monster Gun Bucks (If a monster is what you want, here are the five states to hunt in); Whitetails, Western Style (As the man said, "Go West, Young Man"...for big whitetails); Sweet Talk The Big Boys (Are you talking politely to your bucks? You ought to be); Wanted: Trophy Hunters (Listed here are the top trophy lodges in the country!); Mississippi's Monster Buck (210-point, non-typical bruiser - here's the complete story); Public-Land Trophies (How to beat the "crowds"); Where To Book A Booner (All the info you'll need to book a mule-deer trip of a lifetime); Postgraduate Whitetails (It's time to earn your graduate degree in whitetailing); Dixie's Dynamite Deer Hunting (Big-buck production is booming below the Mason-Dixon!); '95 North Country Outlook ("Sign of the times" for the Upper Midwest hunting this year); Monster Ducks Of The Middle States (Hot prospects are coming out of this region - check it out); '95 Canadian Whitetail Roundup (Can the Great White North keep its pace much longer?); Bucks Of The Midwest & Points West (Does the "Breadbasket" have staying power for producing giants?); New Products For Buck Hunters (Innovative new products that caught our eye); Trophy-Bucks 'R Us (Why letting bucks "walk" isn't the only way to manage your herd); Getting Pushy With Blackpowder Bucks (Here's a new twist on whitetailing with muzzleloaders)
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December / January
1997 / 1998

Buckmasters
Features - The Hotel Buck - New Quebec Provencial Record Whitetail (After 37 years, the highest scoring buck ever taken in the province of Quebec, Canada, is scored and established as Quebec's No. 1); A Christmas List For Deer Hunters (Russell Thornberry has come up with some great CHristmas gift ideas for the hunters on your list); My Most Memorable Misery (Charles K. Smith, winner of the "Misery Loves Company" contest, shares his own brand of misery with his award-winning story, along with an epilogue from the Mogul of Misery, Bryce Towsley); Carbon Or Aluminim? (Jeff Murray offers straight talk about the state of carbon arrow shaft technology today, and how it compares with aluminum); Devil's Tower Bucks (Bryce M. Towsley heads west to Wyoming to hunt whitetails in the shadow of the Devil's Tower. Just when it appears that Towsley's Luck is going to prevail once more, Bryce does the unthinkable, he bags a heckuva nice buck); Mississippi Whitetails Come Of Age Again (Mississippi's trophy potential is soaring, thanks to a dedicated statewide management plan that's working. The Magnolia State may be the hottest area in the South for great whitetail bucks); 1997 Buckmasters Top Bow Indoor Shooting Series (This year's fierce competition is over - here are the regional qualifier results); The Great Cloverdale Shootout And Beanfeed (Here's a unique, fun shooting event that you can organize with your fellow hunting club members to prepare for hunting season); BTR Stirs Interest At Buckmasters Expo 97 (Buckmasters Whitetail Trophy Records Scoring System (BTR) is growing at an astounding rate. See highlights from the BTR's showing at our 1997 Expo); Getting Started Photographing Whitetails (Dave Justmann explains how to get into whitetail photography just for fun, and offers keys to taking photos like the pros for fun and profit) Departments - In The Stand; From The Editor; Television Update; Firing Line; Hunter's Rights; Disabled Hunters; Super Shots; Bowhunting; BTR News; Trophy Gallery; Modern Rifles/Handguns; Shotguns/Blackpowder; Deer Hunter's Almanac; Whitetail World; Buckmasters American Deer Foundation; Wild Cookin'; Showcase; Gear For Deer; Deer John; Nationwide Hunting Review; Product News; Signature Series Gift Catalog; True Sights; Wallhangers
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September
2000

Buckmasters Magazine
Contents - White Smoke, Promised Land (After watching a huge buck at dusk, beyond Iowa's legal shooting hours, Jackie Bushman got another chance from the same stand the following morning); Handguns On High (The author used some peekaboo treestand bowhunting tactics to bag his first trophy buck by handgun, an experience he'll not soon forget); Guns & Ammo For The Millennium (Our modern rifles/handguns columnist reports on the guns and ammo industry's latest and greatest, as seen at the SHOT Show in Las Vegas); Scout-Hunting (Most hunters scout their honey holes well in advance of the season and return on opening day. That's fine for some, but how about the two-for-one concept of scouting and hunting at the same time? Can it work? The author says yes); Antler Morphosis: A Changing Of The 'Guard' (The shedding of a whitetail's velvet is a dramatic natural occurance. Here, the author captures a buck om consecutive steps of the awesome process); The Sunshine Boys (You might never see this happen again: Florida bucks taken 62 years apart are winners of this year's Golden Laurel and Timeless Trophy awards); Mastering Shot Timing (A deer in your sights only leads to a deer on the ground if you've timed your shot for success. The author expounds on what can go wrong, what to do right and how to beat a deer on red alert); Almost Heaven, West Virginia (The late John Denver nailed it when he referred to West Virginia as ALMOST HEAVEN. The popular songwriter was talking about the Mountain State's scenic beauty in "Take Me Home, Country Roads," but the phrase also describes deer hunting); Optimize Your Muzzleloading Deer Gun (The author, a seasoned blackpowder enthusiast, sheds some light on modern inlines and explains why they represent a giant leap forward for muzzleloader hunters); The Hurricane Buck (The author employed the puzzling tactic of being in the wrong place at the right time to bag his dream buck. In the wake of a South Texas hurricane, odds were stacked against Dan Moultrie seeing any deer, let alone the monster that surprised him in this unlikely setting); Hunting The Scraping Phase (Dominant bucks come out to play in their peak scraping phase. With breeding urges raging, they are susceptible to the hunter who knows how, why, when and where to set up for success. Thus, the author's years of research on the subject, offered here, could prove invaluable to you); Watch Out For The Man-Eating Bats (You might shrug off this morbid tale as a freak occurance, but remember. It could happen to you); Tracking Deer With The Help Of 'Rocket Science' (A deer-hunting aerospace engineer from Huntsville, Al. has put a little rocket science into tracking whitetails that do not fall where hit. Here's the story behind the Game Finder Pro); When Fantasy Becomes Reality (An Okie follows a double in Illinois with a handsome Kansas buck to amass 422 inches of antler in only two incredible weeks); 'Connecting The Dots' For Deer Hunters (A computer software program designed for foresters has helped this Alabama landowner visualize the deer hunting potential of his 143 acres. It won't take the place of good scouting, but it will help a serious student of the land and deer to connect the dots); Do Your Own Bow (You're miles deep in the woods, at full draw on the big one, when...twang!...your peep sight pops out, your bow string snaps or your nock comes unglued. If this sounds familiar, don't despair! With a little know-how and the proper tools, future mishaps can be remedied on the spot); Get With The 'Program' (A hunt with Alberta's Classic Outfitters in the Edmonton bow zone is a lesson in discipline. The author explains how archers who abided by 'The Program' bagged wallbangers in November 1999, despite the now-infamous warm weather); So, You Want To Buy A Gun Safe? (As the gun safety debate moves to the front burner, more hunters are considering home safes to keep weapons out of the wrong hands. We offer this primer for choosing a vault) Departments - In The Stand; From The Editor; Television Update; Firing Line; Hunter's Rights; Disabled Hunters; Buckmaster's American Deer Foundation; Bowhunting; Modern Rifles/Handguns; Blackpowder/Shotguns; Deer Ladies; Public Lands; Buckmasters Super Shots; Buckmasters Showcase; BTR News; Deer Hunter's Almanac; H.O.T. All-Star Scrapbook; Whitetail World; Wild Cookin'; True Sights; Dart/Buckmasters Sportsman's Challenge; Nationwide Hunting Review; Gear For Deer; Trophy Gallery; Wallhangers
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Fall
2002

2002 Deer Hunters Equipment
Contents - Rattling: It's Not Just For Texas (If door rattling success has left you thinking the technique is just for the Texas brush, think again. By considering your areas rutting patterns and fine tuning your calling methods, you can rattle up bucks from coast to coast); Unlocking Decoying's Secrets (Decoys can fool even the wariest bucks, but the art of decoying requires hunters to work hard and pay attention to details. Before rushing out and buying a decoy, learn the two most important ingredients for decoying success); Urine-Based Scents: Made Yesterday, Fresh Tomorrow (Although most manufacturers agree fresh deer urine attracks bucks better than old, stale urine, few agree on the best way to ensure freshness. The author examines the varied methods companies use to collect and maintain high-quality scents); The .270 Winchester Short Magnum: Deer Hunting's Ultimate Cartridge? (Although short-action rifles have always been light and accurate, they've tradionally been chambered for low-velocity cartridges. The .270 Winchester Short Magnum is different, and its low-recoil design might forever change deer hunting); Slug Guns For Small Hunters: One Size Doesn't Fit All (We owe it to new hunters to make their introduction to shooting as simple, enjoyable and educational as possible. Learn which slug-guns are best for small-statured shooters and how to tweak guns for optimum comfort and performance); Muzzleloaders Spark A Revolution! (Whether looking for a new smokepole, or simply wanting to join the muzzleloading boom, hunters have never had so many options); A Rifle Is Only As Good As Its Scope (Don't blow a world-class hunt by saving a few bucks on a scope. Although most quality scopes are relatively expensive, they are worth it when you get a monster buck in youe cross-hairs. Here's how to get the most from your investment); Become The Invisible Man With Computerized Camouflage (Camouflage has come a long way since the days of army surplus. Through computer-enhanced images, improved shadowing and increased detail, today's patterns offer unparalled concealment. Here's a look at the best patterns and styles); The Ambush: Tree Stands For Every Situation (Choosing from today's portable and climbing tree stands can be tough, especially when you're not sure what style best suits you. The azuthor gives tips on how to shop for tree stands and offers advice on which styles match certain hunting scenarios); Sizzling Compounds: How Fast Is Fast Enough? (A high-speed bow is worthless if it doesn't shoot where you aim. The author explains how to choose the fastest bow for your money based on what's most important - how it fits your shooting style); From Rocks To Rocket Science: Mechanical Broadheads Take A Leap Forward (Although they've been around for more than 40 years, expandable broadheads didn't reach their potential until recently. Thanks to design improvements, mecanicals are now winning the confidence of bow hunters across North America); Archery Accessories: Details Make A Difference (The best-built bows are only as good as the accessories used with them. Our editor explains why it's important to invest in quality sights, stabilizers, arrow rests and other necessary accessories); The Let-Off Debate: Much Ado About Nothing? (Unlike the forbidden mechanical devices that lock bows at full or partial draw, high let-off doesn't eliminate the human component of bowhunting. Why, then, do so many hunters let it dictate which bows they shoot?); Hunting Accessories: Gear To Stay 1 Step Ahead (From electronics to backpacks, manufacturers offer an endless supply of useful accessories for deer hunters. Here's a look at some of the most useful items); Cold-Weather Clothing That Really Works (Great hunting and cold weather often go hand in hand. Beating the cold requires determination and quality clothing); How An ATV Can Expand Your Hunting Horizons (By choosing an ATV based on your age, the terrain you hunt and the comfort level you require, you can satisfy almost any need. The author explains how to get the most ATV for your dollar); Make Your Property A Whitetail Paradise (Considering today's variety of seed blends and related products, you might think creating effective food plots is easy. Unfortunately, not all food plots are created equal. Here's what you need to know to create year-round nutrition for deer); Index To Advertisers
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December
2007

Awesome Whitetails
Contents - The Minnesota Twins (Although these two great Minnesota bucks were killed several years apart in different areas, they do have some striking similarities in spread, tine length and total score); Illinois' Biggest 10-Pointer Ever! (When Charles Rives and his family headed out to hunt during the much-anticipated first firearms season last year, they just hoped to shoot some good deer. Never in a million years did Charlie expect to shoot the state's biggest 10-pointer of all time); The Hunt For Big Boy (Hunting a mature buck is never easy, but when you look at all of the obstacles this West Virginia bowhunter had to overcome in order to arrow his dream buck, you'll have to agree that he really paid his dues); History In Ohio - The Amish Buck (With the likes of the Hole in the Horn buck from the early 1940's, Mike Beatty's world record bow buck from 2000, and dozens of other world-record bucks hailing from the Buckeye State, John Schmucker did his part last year to keep the tradition alive and well); Moses Of Buffalo County (Dozens of trail camera photos were taken of him, four sets of his shed antlers were found, there were numerous sightings and near misses of him by hopeful hunters, and several times he was actually hit with arrows, but still he eluded hunters. This amazing buck seemed to live a charmed life); Payoff At Two Rivers (Eight years ago, three hard-working whitetail fanatics bought some prime land in Arkansas on the Mississippi River. Their dream was to grow some big bucks. Last season, that dream became a reality for David Jordening, one of the partners); Like Father, Like Son (For the father-and-son team of Nick and Ryan Inglis of Summitville, Indiana, Nov. 24, 2006, will always be a day filled with incredible memories); The 'Come Back' Giant (From start to finish, Dr. Ross Simonds' last-minute hunt for a Washington State bruiser is one of the most incredible stories you'll ever read); A 12,000 Mile Obsession (After Jim Riggle and his hunting partner got a trail camera photo of a true Pennsylvania megabuck, Jim left no stone unturned in his quest to bring down the big buck that many claimed was 'unkillable'); Hoosier Hope (In recent years, it's been tougher and tougher for Allan Miller and his sons to find a good place to hunt near their home in Danville, Indiana. Last year, Allan found just the right spot); Patty's Big Buck (Avid whitetail hunter Patty White saw this great Oklahoma buck in 2005, but she couldn't get a shot. On the third day of the 2006 season, she met the giant buck face to face, and she knew what to do); A Wisconsin 'If' Buck (When Johnny King set out with his brother and other family members to embark on a deer drive last November, he shot a massive 6 x 6 megabuck that could have been a world record if...); The Mingo Buck (When Paul Deaton of Mingo, Iowa, went hunting with a good friend on opening day of Iowa's second shotgun season last year, he gladly would have settled for a doe. Instead, he came home with one of Iowa's best bucks of the 2006 season); New Jersey Dream Buck (Hunting near his home in Monmouth County, New Jersey, in 2004, Jim Porcelli downed one of the state's all-time greatest typicals); The Kansas Curse (For avid Michigan bowhunter Russ Van Zoeren, it seemed as though he would never get a chance at a true Kansas giant, despite years of trying. Then, in 2006, everything changed
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Fall
2008

Whitetails Unlimited Magazine
Feature Articles - Acorns For Estrus & Energy; Maine Game Wardens; Lead In Venison?; Trail Cameras - Take Two; AR Rifles Enter The Mainstream; The Buck Club; Wine Country Whitetails; Don't Become A Statistic; Vacation At The End Of The Road Regular Columns / Departments - Swamp's Edge; Industry Insights; Tip Sheet; BuckSpeaks; Whitetail Country; WTU Banquets; Outfitter Roundup; Back To Basics; This Is My Story; Product Review; Marketplace
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Fall
2008

Big Buck
Contents - Manitoba's Top Whitetail For 2007; Editorial; Padience Does Pay Off; Letters To The Editor; Let's Forget About Fishing; My Northern Alberta Whitetail; Old Drop-Tine; A Rare Trophy; The Popcorn Buck; Bull Of A Lifetime; A Year To Remember; He Shoots, He Scores; The Brunner Touch; "He Found His Thrill..."; Success...Hard-Earned And Lucky; Mr. Massive; Boys, Bucks And Bears; One More Chance; Valley Of The Kings; The Normandeau Buck; New Brunswick Sheds; Close But No Cigar; Gas Wells & Big Bucks; Ohio Monster
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