Recent Rack Features
By Gita M. Smith
Regan Martin winced. His lock-on stand’s seat had flipped up, announcing his presence to every deer in three western Illinois counties. A nearby doe startled and blew at him. Of course.
But nothing else ran... READ MORE
One of the biggest whitetails felled in the South in 2016 came out of the Peach State, proof that two heads (and guns) are sometimes better than one.
One of those heads belongs to Shannon Sledge, who owns a dairy farm near Ty Ty, Georgia... READ MORE
By Dale Weddle
White-tailed deer are one of the most adaptive species in North America. Urban sprawl and loss of habitat might have decimated rabbit and quail populations, but acorn and stick munchers continue to thrive in the shadows of our biggest citie... READ MORE