I harvested this Wisconsin buck on September 22, 2007. He came out to an alfalfa field with another nice buck. The two bucks had been fighting back in the woods, prior to coming out. After watching the deer for several minutes, I was able to close the deal with a perfect shot.

A Non-Typical Evening
Posted on January 8, 2013

This ordinary Saturday in September ended with a monster non-typical buck on the ground for this whitetail hunter!   My arms were beginning to weaken with each passing second as adrenaline surged through my body. I had been at full draw for at least a minute, and the huge Wisconsin … more


Delivering the Kill
Posted on December 11, 2012

The broadhead and arrow you choose can have a huge impact on your hunting success. Here’s a look at some important facts. I was slowly picking my way up a rocky slope when something caught my eye. I glanced sharply uphill and noticed a massive mule deer looking straight down … more


Rogue River Blacktails
Posted on November 8, 2012

This bowhunter travels to the northwest coast to pursue these crafty adversaries. Rain beat steadily on the roof of the pop-up blind. Fog periodically rolled in and out, limiting my view to 10 yards or less. I was hunting Columbian blacktail deer in the Rogue River Valley of Oregon and … more