Our Biggest Issue Ever!
• The Creek Buck
• 245 Non-Typical Mule Deer
• Manitoba Monarch
• Iowa, Land of Monsters
• Giant Whitetails From Saskatchewan
• Nicole Reeve's Illinois Giant
• 392 Bull Elk
Our Next Issue: The winter issue will be much like our fall issue and again loaded down with gagger whitetails and mule deer. It will feature trophy deer from across Canada and many states. We have some giant Boone and Crockett whitetails from Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, and Ontario. Also featured is the biggest mule deer taken in North America by a female hunter during the 2012 season. It was taken in Saskatchewan, which is turning out to be the top spot for Boone and Crockett mule deer across North America. Don’t miss this exciting issue!
About Big Buck Magazine
Big Buck Magazine is published four times a year for avid deer hunters across North America. It captures the essence of deer hunting for the year-round enthusiast. What is different about this publication is the approach it has taken since the first edition back in July of 1987. First of all, the amount of advertising is limited. This way the readers can enjoy more stories and photos. In fact, we average 21 stories and an impressive 90 colour photographs, all on high gloss paper. Our winter, spring and summer issues each have 80 pages of colour. Our big fall issue has 96 pages and features many of the top trophy bucks taken in the previous hunting season.
Each issue is filled with gigantic whitetails and mule deer from across Canada and the United States. We are proud to say the majority of the stories are from the hunters themselves, and our readers really seem to appreciate that.
Shed hunting is also a very popular sport and seems to be growing each year. I am happy to say, here at Big Buck, we run colossal sheds in nearly every issue. It doesn’t seem to matter if they are from Alberta or Kansas, our readers can’t get enough of these huge chunks of bone.
Wildlife photography is another feature in Big Buck. For the last 24 years, many impressive bucks, in their natural habitat, have graced our pages. The editor, Garry Donald, spends from August to January in deer country with his Nikon camera, trying to outsmart these elusive animals. So if you are tired of looking at advertising, or flipping pages to find the rest of the story, come on board with us. It will be a ride you will enjoy from the front cover to the last page.