More than anyone, Bradley Smoker knows that hunting season in closing in and it’s time to sight in the boom stick. If you want to get pumped for this years hunt, you are at the right place!
At Bradley Smoker, you can find anything from how to properly field dress big game to preserving game meat in the field. You can also find Bradley’s favorite wild game recipes to try in a food smoker. There are thousands of ways to cook up some good venison, but have you considered making your own homemade jerkey with this year’s harvest? Check out this mouth watering homemade jerkey recipe – one of Bradley’s favorites.
With that said, enjoy these Cervidae monsters!
This giant buck was taken by bow in Kansas. Read the full story and see more pictures here.
This trophy white-tailed deer was taken by bow in Ohio. For more details check out the full story.
This huge mule deer was harvested in Utah with Western Lands Outfitters. Look at the size of that rack!
This world-class buck was taken in Alberta with Mike’s Outdoor Adventures.
This world-record setting elk was taken by rifle in southern Utah during 2009 by Denny Austad. The elk was nicknamed “spider bull” because of its unusual antler configuration. Read the full story here.
This monster bull was taken by bow in Idaho.
This Alaskan-Yukon moose was taken by Eric Arnette and boasted a 75″ rack!
This world-record setting moose is the largest ever taken by bow. Real Langlois earned the name “Rack Man” in 2008 when he brought down this Alaska-Yukon monster. Rack measured 75″. Check out the epic video.
This big boy was harvested in Canada’s Northwest Territories and was harvested by Barry Scott. Find out more here.
This Yukon bull was taken in 2004 by bowhunter Pete Cintorio. This particular caribou is known by many for its almost perfectly symmetrical spread.
Bradley Smoker is a company specializing in food smokers, grills, and recipes. We gathered the above pictures to showcase the biggest and best of big game deer hunting (moose, elk and caribou are technically part of the deer family). These images are not our own, they came from the links above. Go get ‘em this fall and send us your trophy pictures to be featured in a future post!