A scenic, wooded landscape covered with a fluffy coating of fresh snow represents the perfect tracking conditions for Midwestern whitetails. Brothers Terry and Jerry Weigold, of Marquette, Mich., are expert snow trackers who hunt in the big, remote woods near their homes. They've tagged 25 bucks that qualify for various record books. The Weigolds like to scout as much as possible before the season in search of trophy-class bucks. They look for signs like large rubs, big scrapes and, of course, deep tracks. "You have to find a big buck before you can hunt him," says Terry Weigold.