10 Women Who Kill Really Big Bucks

By author of Brow Tines and Backstrap

Read How Each of These Ladies Kill Big Deer

Female hunters were once virtually nonexistent. They just didn’t hunt. Thankfully that’s no longer the case. Today, men gratefully share the hunting heritage and tradition with women all over the globe. And they know how to kill big deer, too.

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Brooke Jones

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1 | Brooke Jones

This girl isn't afraid to get after them with a bow. Brooke Jones got it done on this nice deer. A heck of a velvet buck. Read the full story here.

Buck: 175"

Time of Year: September 5, 2015

Place: Grant County, Kentucky

Weapon: Hoyt Vixen

Photo credit: Brooke Jones

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Jessie "Brownie" Wieter

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2 | Jessie "Brownie" Wieter

Brownie knows a thing or two about deer. So does her daddy. They make a pretty good team, don't you think? Read the full story here.

Buck: 188"

Time of Year: December 27, 2014

Place: Cass County, Illinois

Weapon: Elite Archery Spirit

Photo credit: Jessie Wieter

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Tiffany Lakosky

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3 | Tiffany Lakosky

Just about everyone knows who Tiffany is. She's a big-buck killer. And here she is with yet another giant. Read the full story here.

Buck: 190"

Time of Year: December 31, 2014

Place: Southeast Iowa

Weapon: Muzzleloader

​Photo credit: Tiffany Lakosky

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Kandi Kisky

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4 | Kandi Kisky

Here is another famous female hunter. Kandi knows her way around the woods. And she kills big deer. Read the full story here.

Buck: 181" (green score)

Time of Year: November 19, 2014

Place: Leon, Iowa

Weapon: Mathews Chill Bow

Photo credit: Kandi Kisky

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Grace Shively

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5 | Grace Shively

Kids are the future of deer hunting. So it's always great to seem them involved at a very early age. Read the full story of Grace's big buck here.

Buck: 160"

Time of Year: September 13, 2014

Place: Barber County, Kansas

Weapon: AR-15 .300 Blackout

Photo credit: Grace Shively

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Madison Donihoo

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6 | Madison Donihoo

Madison doesn't just look like a hunter. She is a hunter. And big deer are her forte. Read the full story of her giant Oklahoma buck here.

Buck: 160"

Time of Year: October 2013

Place: Kingfisher County, Oklahoma

Weapon: Howa .25-06 rifle

Photo credit: Madison Donihoo

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Alisha Perkins

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7 | Alisha Perkins

This woman knows a thing or two about deer hunting. And here she poses with a big one she took down. Click here to read the whole story behind this deer.

Buck: 195 2/8" (official Buckmasters composite score)

Time of Year: November 2012

Place: Northeastern Ohio

Weapon: Excalibur Crossbow

Photo credit: Alisha Perkins

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Emma Foreman

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8 | Emma Foreman

Big racks are special. But big-bodied bucks with big racks are really sometihing. Read the full story of this deer here.

Buck: 202 7/8"

Time of Year: September

Place: Madison County, Iowa

Weapon: Muzzleloader

Photo credit: Emma Foreman

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Kelsey McKay

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9 | Kelsey McKay

Kelsey is a deer hunter and loves to head afield each fall. She killed this giant in 2010. Read about it here.

Buck: 200 7/8"

Time of Year: November 2010

Place: Coal County, Oklahoma

Weapon: .243

Photo credit: Kelsey McKay

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Kristin Stump

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10 | Kristin Stump

Youth hunting is crucial. We should always strive to share our hunting heritage with younger generations. This is proof of that.

Buck: 160"

Time of Year: November 2010

Place: Southern Michigan

Weapon: 20-guage shotgun

Photo credit: Kristen Stump

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