Real Photos From Real Hunters

We asked and you answered. Check out this gallery of the latest snapshots sent in by outdoorlife.com's readers over the past few months. Don't forget to send yours to olletters@time4.com!Outdoor Life Online Editor
Daniel Anderson shot this buck in November, 2005, on his property in Elk, Washington.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Jim Gotham shot this 11-point Buffalo County Wisconsin buck on opening day. He says the deer green-scored a 155.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Don France shot this buffalo in South Dakota while filming an episode of The Hunting Shack Outdoors TV Show. The bull weighed 1,400 pounds.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Marc Miller of Bettendorf, Iowa took this beautiful 10-point buck during the first Iowa shotgun season of '06. He was shooting an Ithaca Deerslayer.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Robert Gast shot this buck on opening morning of Iowa's early muzzleloader season using a .50 cal CVA Staghorn.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Bill Birch of Readsboro, Vermont took this buck on November 15, 2006.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Matt Underhill of Boonville,Indiana killed this buck with his 12-gauge in 2006.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Palmer Goble (15) shot this 10 point buck on opening weekend; the day after his 15th birthday. According to Palmer the deer weighted 227 pounds after field dressing. Palmer GobleOutdoor Life Online Editor
"Addison Hunter, a 12-year-old Stephenville, Texas resident, is having a very successful hunting season. The three photos show him with his first turkey, a 3-point buck, and an 8-point buck, all shot during the 2006 hunting season. Addison is the son of Nancy and Dan Hunter of Stephenville. From a very proud father,
Dan Hunter"
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To the webmaster, Sonny Beal sent us this photo of what he believes is one of the largest-racked deer taken by a woman in the State of Maine in 2006. The woman is his 22-year-old daughter Cassie, and the deer is her first buck.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Wayne Hubbard sent us this photo of a nice buck taken during a youth hunt in which he participated.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Lisa Whitley took this buck on her family's farm, in southeast Oklahoma, during the state's muzzleloader season.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Deanna Brabant, of Britton, Michigan, with her first buck (taken November, 2005).Outdoor Life Online Editor
Coltan Pipinich with his first mule deer buck, taken in eastern Montana.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Aaron Nash of Anacoco, Louisiana, took this buck in Vernon Parish in November of 2006 with a rifle.Outdoor Life Online Editor
"My friend Dave got this big buck just 50 yards in front of my home this year. We have seen more big bucks than ever here. Manage your poachers and the bucks will grow," says Gary Waldrop of Lincoln, Arkansas.Outdoor Life Online Editor
In early November of last year Scott (he didn't give us his last name) shot this monster 170-class buck, which he says he saw in the exact same place the year before. "My buddies call me lucky," says Scott. "I prefer to say that I was blessed."Outdoor Life Online Editor
Brian Arenella shot this 9-point buck on Thanksgiving Day in Otsego County, New York.Outdoor Life Online Editor
Brian Arenella shot this 9-point buck on Thanksgiving Day in Otsego County, New York.Outdoor Life Online Editor

We asked and you answered. Check out this gallery of snapshots sent in by outdoorlife.com's readers over the past few months. Don't forget to send yours to olphotos@bonniercorp.com!