2007 Deer Of The Year Bonus

Jeremy Cornelius grunted in this whitetail on a heavily pressured piece of public land in Wisconsin.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Steve Gordon endured subzero temperatures in northeastern British Columbia to take this winter buck.Outdoor Life Online Editor
It took Eric Wellauer a moment to realize what was different about this large whitetail he shot in Wisconsin. It has a 7-inch third beam.Outdoor Life Online Editor
While visiting his family's farm in Minnesota, Paul Thein took this13-point double drop-tine buck.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Erik Robert Tolley took this deer while on a hunting trip with his father on Anticosti Island, Quebec.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Wayne Vandenbrink, 65, shot this whitetail after recovering from triple-bypass surgery the year before.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Stephen Noffke, 14, grunted in this buck while on an evening bow hunt with his father on their farm in Eastern Kansas.Outdoor Life Online Editor
This was 6-year-old Layton Shelton's first deer, an 8-pointer shot in Texas. He used a Remington 700 with a shortened stock designed for him by his grandfather.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Jim Cook (left) with his nephew Adam Cook and his 20-point whitetail. Boon & Crockett green score of 200 7/8.Outdoor Life Online Editor
When John Harvey left his stand to examine the buck he shot in Missouri, he couldn't believe it. The rack had 26-points, still in velvet.Outdoor Life Online Editor
While hunting alone on a windy and rainy day, Ronald W. Wolf, Jr. downed this 19-point non-typical with his reflex bow. It was a New York State record buck.Outdoor Life Online Editor
James Mastroianni shot this 240lb (dressed) deer on opening day in New York. He has harvested a bigger buck every year for the past 10 years.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Eric Henrich, 17, of Butte, Mont., had been hunting this 7x6 buck since the beginning of archery season.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Jon Wallenburg took this 16-point non-typical while hunting near Des Moines, Iowa. It was the first deer he ever killed with a bow.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Jason Meyer shot this 9x11 buck after it was drawn in by the bleats of a nearby injured lamb.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Paul Buccacio's whitetail scored 185 7/8 typical points, the highest grossing typical score not just for Massachusetts, where it was harvested, but for all of New England.Outdoor Life Online Editor
After flushing this mule deer out of a deep canyon in Colorado, Jason Tucker used a .257 Weatherby to take the 3x3 at long range.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Jared Ness took this buck in Western Kansas. It field dressed at 225 pounds with a 31 1/2-inch spread.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Chris Krueger with his muley.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Ken Thomas shot this tall buck (just shy of 150") while hunting with his son in Colorado.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Gunnar Potter, 12, fills his first deer tag in Nevada in the second week of the season.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Thomas Coufal took this 4x4 typical while hunting with his family near Grand Junction, Colo.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Corey Eisemann of South Dakota shot his first mule deer with a bow in the final hour of archery season. It scored 172 Pope and Young.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Mike Rodriguez (left) wasn't sure he would be able to hunt after a truck accident left him a parapelegic. But with the help of his brother Benny, he shot this huge mule deer in Kansas.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Mike Rodriguez (left) wasn't sure he would be able to hunt after a truck accident left him a parapelegic. But with the help of his brother Benny, he shot this huge mule deer in Kansas.Outdoor Life Online Editor

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