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.
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.
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.
SLINGER,WI - Legendary Whitetails is proud to announce free returns on all orders. If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, simply send it back for free.
Join us for our seasonal job fair on Wednesday, August 9th from 3-6pm at our headquarters in Slinger, Wisconsin.
Slinger, WI - Legendary Whitetails becomes title sponsor of the Nations Largest All Deer Fest - DeerFest. The local hunting and outdoor lifestyle apparel brand will sponsor the Washington County Event through 2019.
Legendary Whitetails blog contributor Steve Sorensen won the top award in the "Outdoor Blog Entry Award" category for his piece titled “The Nun’s World Famous Deer Hunt” from Pennsylvania Outdoor Writers Association.
Ever thought about deer hunting in the great state of Iowa? Applications for nonresidents ends June 4th for the upcoming 2017 deer season. Don't delay, as it often takes multiple years worth of preference points to draw a tag.
Two hunters hiding behind a turkey fan were accidentally shot by their hunting partner as they unknowingly pursued the same turkey from different parts of their Kansas lease.
Jordan Lee wins 2017 Bassmaster Classic with an epic come from behind victory. At the age of 25, he's one of the youngest anglers to win the Classic.
The 2017 Legendary Whitetails Warehouse Sale dates are Saturday, March 25th and Saturday, April 1st. No fooling;)
The Stephen Tucker buck is the new world record whitetail buck and it was shot in Sumner County, Tennessee in November of 2016.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department recently obtained the accompanying videoin an effort to get more information on this event, and to identify the individuals involved in an apparent illegal killing of a whitetail buck.