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Articles from North American Whitetail (December 1, 2011)

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An experience to be shared: Chad Widnes' encounter with a Minnesota monarch was the hunting adventure of a lifetime, but to share it with his father made the experience even more valuable. Widnes, Chad 1359
Crazy Eight: few hunters expect to encounter a 200-inch buck, but Indiana archer dean Hudson is proof that anything can happen in the deer woods! Dean, Polly 1679
Dealing with extremes. Kroll, James C. 956
End of the line. Whittington, Gordon 608
Going way back. 526
Hall of fame. Brief article 234
Keeping your cool. Wunderle, Terry 957
Late-season whitetails: with the end of the season in sight and a tag still in your hand, these "eleventh hour" tips and tactics could improve your odds of connecting. Templeton, Randy 2346
Public rite: for Jesse Maruschak, the harvest of a record-bookwhitetail was an intensely spiritual event. That it took place on public ground only sweetened the story. 2010
Rhode Island rarity. Bastic, Joe 684
Slugfest! Technological and tactical advances have changed the way we pursue whitetails with shotguns, and hunters are taking notice. Metcalf, Dick 1728
Smoke & snow: the hunt for Nick Skinner's massive Harrison County non-typical was characterized by two common elements of Iowa's late muzzleloader season ... Smith, Jason Interview 1888
The borderline buck: David Gregory had no idea how close his giant non-typical had come to being killed on a neighboring property. In the end, it was a story of being in the right place at the right time. Cooper, Bill 2105
The ground level: contrary to popular belief whitetail hunters are not limited to hunting from treestands and ground blinds our expert takes the hunt to the ground level. Anthony, Marc 2051
The long way out. Cerone, Nick 868
The one: buried by the passage of time, Boone & Crockett's earliest big game entry has remained shrouded in mystery - until now. More than 180 years after it was killed, the Arthur Young buck--and the story surrounding it--is revealed. Whittington, Gordon In memoriam 3142
The shed detector: hunting shed antlers doesn't have to be like finding a needle in a haystack. Follow our expert's tips to begin building your collection. Charowhas, Mike 1379

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