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The Ones That Got Away: Bucks That Haunt My Dreams

Do you toss and turn late at night over memories of bucks that got away? Our man does, too. Here are a handful of sleep-robbing tales of bucks that never even gave him a shot.

Whitetail Bucks in Odd Places

Nebraska’s Platte River flows through mule deer country among a smatter of crop fields—exactly the kind of landscape patient hunters can exploit to find big-racked bucks.

Hunting the Modern Day: Point Creep

What it means and how to cope: a dismal but honest look at the current state of western tag allocations, with ideas for alternate hunting adventures.

Member's Hunt: My First Hunting Trips in My New Life

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Gary Miketa of Pueblo, Colo. 

Member's Hunt: The Mag Seven

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Mark Newton of Jersey Shore, Pa.

The Maine Attraction

Maine is home to a wide range of large and small game and lots of public land on which to hunt it. Could the Pine Tree State be hunting’s best-kept secret?

Member's Hunt: Last Hunt

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Paul Gray of Las Vegas, New Mexico. 

The Hunts of President Grover Cleveland

Grover Cleveland is remembered by most Americans as the only president to serve two non-consecutive terms, but along with Teddy Roosevelt he also was a president who hunted. Before Roosevelt, Cleveland set aside millions of acres of Western habitat for public use.

Member’s Hunt: 7.65 Legacy

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Gary Brown of Conklin, Michigan.

Member's Hunt: A Tale of Two Trophies

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Robert Sorenson of Nekoosa, Wisconsin.

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