Classic Deer Hunting Photos from the Field & Stream Archives

October 1925
"This fellow was killed by M.H. Palmer, October 18, 1925. The largest black tail deer ever killed in these parts. Seven points one side and six the other not counting eye guards. Weighing dressed 210 lbs!"
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September 1940
"Keith with a mule buck. My loud checked shirt is fine for timber but too flashy in this open country."
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May 1930
"Hob shopped, bringing home the camp meat."
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November 1931
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June 1956
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July 1934
"This 300-pound mule deer dropped in his tracks to a single shot, high in the shoulder, that broke his back."
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September 1942
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November 1931
"November 29th, 1931. One quarter mile east of Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado. The Man furthest from you is Mark E. Fletcher, Sheriff of Grand County, county seat at Hot Sulphur Springs. Man in center is Ray Ruske, principal of school at Hot Suphur Springs then, now of Grand Lake, Colorado. He is sawing the horns with a hack saw. Third man is Jack Love, guide of Grand Lake, Colorado."
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May 1932
"Elliot S. Barker, present State Game Warden of New Mexico, has brought in more horns than alibis."
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November 1932
"McTimmonds bringen' 'em in."
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April 1935
"Dusty Roberts and his 'small' deer."
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December 1964
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