Archive for category Buck Fever

Which is Which?

Posted by on Friday, 8 April, 2011

A Mule Deer and a Whitetail. Can you tell which is which?

Another Huge Texas Mule Deer

Posted by on Monday, 4 April, 2011

I just don’t know about ‘them Texans

A Most Excellent Trophy Mule Deer

Posted by on Monday, 4 April, 2011

What do suppose this buck would score?

This is what I call a BUCK!

Posted by on Saturday, 19 March, 2011

How do they get so big on that desert diet?

A Freak Rack

Posted by on Thursday, 3 March, 2011

I wouldn’t pass this one up…

A Magnum Buck from Utah’s Henry Mountains

Posted by on Wednesday, 8 December, 2010

Terri Hunt, a Utah resident killed this buck on the Henry Mountians in 2010

Photo submitted by Paul Baxter

Nice Kansas Archery Buck 2010

Posted by on Monday, 29 November, 2010

The last few years, Kansas has been making a showing. Here is one for your viewing pleasure:

Photo submitted by Paul Baxter

Whopper Deseret Buck

Posted by on Wednesday, 24 November, 2010

Deseret Land and Livestock and the surrounding area was once a premier locale for monster buck mule deer. This year, after many years of decline, a good one has surfaced:

Submitted by Paul Baxter

Girls Can Do It

Posted by on Saturday, 19 December, 2009



Time was when most men hunted and few women were among the ranks. Today, male mule deer hunters are a minority – maybe 10-15% of the populace of any western state. Oddly, women mule deer hunters are on the increase. That is not to say that female hunters are plentiful. It should be noted that there are less than half the total number of mule deer hunters there were some twenty years ago. It is anyone’s guess as to the reason for increasing numbers of female hunters, but I welcome it. I don’t know which kind of woman appeals to me more, one driving a four wheel drive pickup or one posing with a trophy buck. Either way, I like both. Feast your eyes on these sights, gentlemen.

Something to Behold

Posted by on Friday, 20 November, 2009

A beautiful Henry Mountain Buck: