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A Family Affair

On an unseasonably warm day this past November, Richard DesJardins of Mt. Pleasant slipped into his deer stand and downed his first buck ever. […]

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Par Pond Buck

Jimmy Morrison of Shelby, N.C., drove a long way to hunt in Aiken on property managed by the U.S. Department of Energy. […]

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The Bubba Buck

Charles Ruth, the deer biologist for the S.C. Department of Natural Resources, has predicted that some noteworthy bucks would start to show up from public lands across South Carolina. […]

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Beaufort’s Broomstraw Beast

Progressing from a beginning hunter to the buck of a lifetime in just two years, Nick Christ has proven techniques and a little bit of luck to thank for the headlines he’s getting for a huge Beaufort County buck he killed earlier this season. […]

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Racking Up at Rougemont

Northern Durham and southern Person counties have had a reputation for years as areas that produce some of North Carolina’s most-impressive trophy deer. […]

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His Brother’s Keeper

Thomas Hemby of Ayden was riding a four-wheeler through the woods and fields of a Pitt County farm June 6, 2005.

At the time, Hemby, 32, was a successful sub-contracter who owned a local house-framing business. Life was good and profitable as the building boom was in full bloom. […]

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Paintball Doves & Granville Deer

When the Wake County Wildlife Club gave out awards for North Carolina’s top white-tailed bucks of 2006 last March at the Dixie Deer Classic, one of the top eight-pointers belonged to 11-year-old Andrew Watson of Oxford. […]