Whether you’re prepping for your next hunt or missing the woods, we have stories on all things whitetail — from big buck success stories to the latest deer camp chatter, we've got you covered.
Whether it’s an old log cabin off a dirt road, a shiny new lodge on a lake, or even a 10x20 canvas wall tent in the woods, share your photos with us using #LegendaryDeerCamp and let’s keep the tradition alive.
Legendary Whitetails generously donated 390 brand new ladies jackets to the FOX 6 Coats for Kids coat drive. The coats will help keep children warm during the cold Wisconsin winter.
In Phase 5 of Project R.U.T. check out how we transformed the back of the trailer into a massive camp kitchen and game processing center that takes up barely any space at all.
The Quiver Hunting App is one of the best hunting apps for 2017 and it allows you to view real-time weather conditions and log key events throughout your hunt with a few quick taps of your finger.
In Phase 4 of the R.U.T. Project, we take this mobile deer camp to the next level by adding a custom fabricated 2" receiver mounted game hoist and two PVC pressurized water tanks. Check it out!
An incredible series of photos by Charles Alsheimer chronicling a whitetail buck that started as spiker then grew into a 169" giant at his peak, then eventually died of old-age when he was twelve.
Legendary Whitetails and the WIDNR invites you to check out the all-new Wild Wisconsin web series. The new series has everything you need to prepare for your next deer hunt.
In Phase 3 of the R.U.T. Wagon build we completely transform the inside of the trailer to look like deer camp by finishing the walls, ceiling, floors, and built-in cabinets.
In Phase 2 of the R.U.T. Wagon Project Wild West Studios applies the wrap and we take you through the logo creation process. #CelebrateTheHunt
Thomas Mlsna ends a 3-year quest for a giant buck he named Candy Man. The monster buck scored 214 2/8 inches and was harvested in Vernon County, WI.
In phase 1 of the Legendary hunting trailer conversion project, we insulated the walls, ran electrical, and installed a window in our 7' x 14' enclosed trailer.
Meet the Legendary R.U.T. (Recreational Utility Trailer) – a fully decked out hunting wagon, toy hauler, camper, and tailgate trailer all wrapped up into one.