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Whitetailworld Camera School / Get Together / Bow Shoot

By Whitetailworld Staff

The date is set for another fun filled, story telling, and informative weekend.  The annual Whitetailworld Camera School is set for July 20, 21.  Once again the event will take place in Buffalo County, WI at Bluff Country Outfitters.  If you are interested in learning more about videography or spend a weekend with the Whitetailworld Crew and some GIANT bucks of Buffalo County click here for more information. 

We hope to see you there!

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Posted by on June 28, 2012 in Whitetailworld News


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Our Newest DVD Release

This project has been a decade plus in the making and we are excited to finally have “The Ghost Buck” DVD ready for release. The life and story of the worlds largest free range albino is ready to be told and shown to the world.

We will take you on a journey that covers his entire life. From small, innocent fawn to the World Class King of the bluffs in Buffalo County, Wisconsin. Ten years worth of video clips, trail camera pictures, still photographs and personal encounters show the majesty and respect that this truly incredible whitetail earned over the years, from all that were lucky enough to encounter him.

There has never been a DVD like this one and chances are excellent there will NEVER be another one  like it in the future. Once you see it, you’ll know why we feel we can make that big of a claim. World Record Albinos are VERY far and few between!

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Posted by on January 31, 2012 in Whitetailworld News


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2011 WTW Shed Hunt

By Kirk Petersen

Well fans, it was a great time to say the least, many of us got up to buffalo county Friday night. We all hung out in the game room shooting some pool playing some darts, just catching up with members we haven’t seen in some time and meeting the members that we have only talked to on the forums. It was a good start to the festivities at Mr. Indrebo’s little pc of heaven.
Saturday morning the shed hunting started around 9:30, a few more guys showed up and we were set to go, it didn’t take but 10 minutes for the first shed to be found by Dave (Master Of The Grill) Underwood, after that the slopes kicked our butts, I’m sure I’m not only speaking for myself when I say that, I was beat after about 4 hours of searching, those hills are brutal enough but add a foot + of snow to them and brutal doesn’t do em justice. I guess we now know why Buffalo County has some of the biggest and baddest bucks in the country.
the shed hunting ended with about 7 shed, with or current Member of the Month Corey AKA Droptine 20 recording three finds taking home the trophy as best WTW shed hunt for 2011.

even though the shed hunting wasn’t the best as true outdoorsmen/women do we decided to play with some toys, Randal decided to bring his AR15 and let me tell you what, that thing was a blast to shoot. I didn’t get any pictures of us shooting but here is our fearless leader showing us his Arnold look.

After the gun everyone decided to get out the bows, we set up three targets and shot for an hour or 2, it was a lot of fun for me to be able to shoot my own bow with everybody that was there.

yes my pants are full of snow, that’s what happens when you get cocky because you hit the turkey decoy in the head from 28 yds and think you can do it every time. You end up digging through the snow pile trying to find your arrow. LOL Tom will be finding a nice almost new arrow as soon as the snow melts.
After the fun with the bows it was about time for supper, Dave Underwood was the cook for the night and let me tell you he outdid himself, the venison, the pork, the prime rib, I can honestly say that I have never had better of any of them in my life. Dave is an amazing cook and I hope he returns for every event we hold.
after everyone stuffed their bellies it was time to get ready for the evening ahead, we had Shane, a good friend of Derek Stacy and myself up to do some entertainment for the WTW guys,

He did an amazing job, everyone had a blast requesting songs, listening to him play and most of all, singing right along with him as Randal will attest to.

All in all it was a great weekend, I got to meet some people I had never met and spend a few days recapping our seasons, talking about the upcoming season and just having a great time with an awesome bunch of WTW members. I can’t wait for the camera school so we can all get together again.


Posted by on March 8, 2011 in Whitetailworld News


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I don’t know about you

By Derek Brown

I don’t know about you, but I’m happy to have 2010 in the rear view mirror. This past year has been one of the most challenging years of my life on almost every level. Maybe that means that 2011 will be one of the most rewarding? I’d like to hope so anyways. But whatever 2011 has in store I’m happy to have all of you along for the ride. It’s going to be interesting, educational, entertaining and exciting, that much I promise you.

The show season is quickly approaching and we’d love to have you drop by our booth if you can. We look forward to meeting the members whenever possible. Both general and Team alike. For sure we’ll be in IL, IA and WI. So if you happen to be at one of them, look us up.

Our annual shed hunt is quickly sneaking up on us on the calendar as well. Look for an annoucement on the date very soon. It will be in March, that much we know for sure. If finding sheds is of interest, why not try to find one in legendary Buffalo County.

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Posted by on January 5, 2011 in Whitetailworld News


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Another Season in the Books

Another year has come and gone here at  The ending of one year brings on an immediate push for the next.  Looking back at what was the 2009 season, all I can do is smile.  Some of our members were lucky enough to cross paths with the largest deer of their lives.  Yet others, such as myself, never so muched as drew back on an animal.  That’s not to say we didn’t have opportunities or have a great time afield.  We just didn’t get the job done.  That’s all.  Sometimes it works that way.  I am just glad I had the opportunity to share it with eveyone on the site.  Yet again the members have come through and showered us with vast amounts of knowledge, opinions, facts and answers regarding all aspects of hunting and wildlife management.  For that I am very grateful and look for more to come on a daily basis.

For 2010 we have a ton of goals to accomplish on the site.  Topping that list, is the soon to be released dvd.  A lot of people have put a lot of hours into bringing it to you and we sure hope you enjoy watching it.  It should be available by the 25th of February and in stock at the upcoming shows WTW will be attending.  This is a monumental step for WTW to be taking and we’ve got our fingers crossed that you will enjoy watching your friends hunts take place in the comfort of your living room.  It should be a great way to spend a cold winters day inside.

I’d like to thank everyone that participated in this years Big Buck Challenge and Team Member Big Buck Challenge, especially the team captains.  It takes a lot of dedication to take on that responsibility and I think they did a wonderful job.  They sure made my job a lot easier.  The goal of the BBC and TMBBC was to have fun, meet some new friends and talk a little smack.  Of course it also worked as a great outlet for the sharing of hunting stories with the members.  I’m as pumped as ever to have it again this fall.

Our show season is about to take off full steam.  Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin for sure, with a few other possibilites in the mix.  If you are attending any of these shows, look for the booth and stop on by and say hello.  We’d love to meet you face to face and extend a hand in friendship and thanks. 

In March we have our annual shed hunt, in Buffalo County lined up.  We’ve had a lot of fun at this outting and encourage team members to try and make it for a day or two. You’ll see some of the worlds best whitetail habitat up close and personal and enjoy the fellowship of your wtw brothers and sisters.  It’s an outting you won’t soon forget.  Not to mention, there’s a chance you may just be lucky enough to find the sheds off of a true Buffalo County giant or have a run in with the legendary albino buck from our home page.     

Because we think contests are fun, we’re going to break away for the norm and do a spring turkey contest on the site as well.  This will be a first for We haven’t ever done a turkey contest before, but we’re looking forward to it.  Our members spoke up for it and now they’ve got it.  I’m thinking the contest will run from April 1st til May 31st, but these dates may change if deemed necessary by our staff and members.  So if you’ve got an interest in turkey hunting, log in and sign up for the contest.

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Posted by on February 15, 2010 in Whitetailworld News


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