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The shot was slightly off its mark, but he hit the deer and needed another shot. R.J. Cianciarulo took it hard. There were tears. The 12-year-old son of “Archer's Choice” hosts Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo didn't like seeing the doe suffer, and he knew what he had to do.There Is Crying In Hunting

There Is Crying In Hunting

The shot was slightly off its mark, but he hit the deer and needed another shot. R.J.

Mike Suchan, OutdoorChannel.com

Ask Mark Drury about deer hunting, and usually his response is the model for passion. He loves hunting whitetails and in turn it motivates and propels him.EHD Decimates Drury's Herd

EHD Decimates Drury's Herd

Ask Mark Drury about deer hunting, and usually his response is the model for passion. He loves

Steve Rogers

Trey Merritt is only 11 years old, but he already has a distinguished hunting career. It's about to get better during an inaugural “Live Deer Hunt” on Outdoor Channel.com.Tune In For Live Hunt

Tune In For Live Hunt

Trey Merritt is only 11 years old, but he already has a distinguished hunting career. It's

Steve Bowman, OutdoorChannel.com

It's human nature to want to see what's over the next hill.  For some reason, we all believe what's over there has got to be better than what's over here.Grass Is Always Greener …

Grass Is Always Greener …

It's human nature to want to see what's over the next hill. For some reason, we all believe

Don Mulligan

Looking back, I am certain I was overthinking this deer hunt. It was my first trip to Canada to hunt whitetail, and I suppose like most of us, I had visions of a monster buck in my head.'That's a Good Deer, Eh'

'That's a Good Deer, Eh'

Looking back, I am certain I was overthinking this deer hunt. It was my first trip to Canada

Ben Thomas, Special to OutdoorChannel.com

Black bass fishing is alive and well in the Palmetto State. Here are some of our top picks for the best bass angling of the year. (March 2009)'Old School Hunting'

'Old School Hunting'

Black bass fishing is alive and well in the Palmetto State. Here are some of our top picks for

Steve Bowman, OutdoorChannel.com

Harvesting a big buck in areas with issues like traffic, dogs and developers takes a combination of patience, strategy and luck. Three things that can tip the scales in any deer hunt, but are required when hunting the free-ranging whitetail trophies of America‘s big city suburbs.Patience, Strategy and Luck

Patience, Strategy and Luck

Harvesting a big buck in areas with issues like traffic, dogs and developers takes a

Don Mulligan, OutdoorChannel.com

Unlike some opening days, the deer season in South Carolina has different opening days in different parts of the state. Here's how to get ready no matter where you hunt. (August 2006)Knight and Hale's New Ride

Knight and Hale's New Ride

Unlike some opening days, the deer season in South Carolina has different opening days in

Steve Bowman, OutdoorChannel.com

Where's the best place to hunt deer in South Carolina? Here's what the harvest data tells us.Bugging Out in Swatt'n'saw

Bugging Out in Swatt'n'saw

Where's the best place to hunt deer in South Carolina? Here's what the harvest data tells us.

James Overstreet, OutdoorChannel.com

Whitetail hunting has evolved into a game of inches … a lot of inches. Hunters are almost embarrassed now to show pictures of 120-inch-or-less bucks they harvested.Workingman's Slam

Workingman's Slam

Whitetail hunting has evolved into a game of inches … a lot of inches. Hunters are almost

James Hall, OutdoorChannel.com

David Barnett of Barnett Crossbows walks us through his best tips for improving crossbow accuracy.Cross Marks The Spot

Cross Marks The Spot

David Barnett of Barnett Crossbows walks us through his best tips for improving crossbow

Hunters are notorious for wanting to spend time in the woods, scouting, breaking down the area and patterning the deer they will be hunting. Experts say to keep in mind while you are doing these, the deer are patterning you.Deer Pattern You Back

Deer Pattern You Back

Hunters are notorious for wanting to spend time in the woods, scouting, breaking down the area

Mike Suchan, OutdoorChannel.com

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