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.
Incredibly lean and easy to dry out, many cooks make the mistake of cooking venison like it is a piece of beef. In reality, more care needs to be taken so it doesn't end up gamey and dry.
Watch as we capture the journey of several disabled deer hunters as they took to the woods during a special early season gun deer hunt in Wisconsin. The stories and smiles are truly priceless!
The 4th annual #ShedRally is back and bigger than ever! The hunt begins March 18th. Read on to see how you can join in on the shed hunting fun and win exclusive prizes from some of the biggest outdoor companies.
These are the 10 best venison appetizers to cook up for your super bowl bash or any party for that matter! Shhh...they'll never know they were eating deer ;)
Jake Dierking shot an unbelievable buck during the 2016 Missouri Archery season. The buck ended up with an official score of 267 7/8 inches, making it the second largest buck in the state of Missouri and 4th in the world as a non-typical Pope & Young!
For 2017, the “If it’s not broke, don’t fix it” theme was common among many of the leading bow manufactures. Check out our top 5 best bows for the new year.
From the beach to the woods check out the most Legendary photos taken by Legendary customers during 2016.
Uncovering the history of the oldest Boone & Crockett Whitetail of all time - the Arthur Young buck was taken in 1830 in McKean County, Pennsylvania.
A look back at the biggest whitetail bucks taken across the country during the 2016 hunting season. These monster bucks are unbelievable!
Josh Kraus shoots a giant 200" typical buck in Morrow County, Ohio during a deer drive.
Wild game features bold flavors that pair perfectly with the malt and hops that make beer so robust, making each bite a special one.
Free-range organic venison doesn’t naturally taste “gamey.” It naturally tastes great. Properly field dressing, cooling, cleaning, and cooking your wild game can make all the difference in how delicious it will taste.