Brent Maynard of Huntington killed this 8-point buck in Mason County on Nov. 19, 2012.
Brent Maynard of Huntington with his 8-point buck and and his father-in-law Pat Legg of Point Pleasant with his 4-point buck in Mason County on Nov. 19, 2012.
Shane Roberts, 8, with a spike buck in Wayne County
Randy Conrad harvested this 10-point buck on his farm in Cabell County on Nov. 10, 2012, during bow season. The buck has a 21-inch spread.
Clay Robertson, 6, and his 7-point buck killed in Wayne County.
Willis Black and his 19-point buck and Tyler Black and his 12-point buck.
James and Dustin Black with James Black's seven-point buck
Ryan Adkins and his sons Jesse and Wyatt Adkins on their first hunt together got this 11-point buck.
Patrick Estep, 13, of Huntington killed a 5-point buck with a rack that measured 18 1/2" in Calhoun County.
This deer is a 9pt harvested at Beech Fork Lake on Wednesday by Andrew Brewer from Wayne County.
Jake Merritt and his doe.
John Franklin of Huntington with 12 point buck.
Jacob Taylor with deer bagged in Huntington
Jace Hunter Casella, 8, of Proctorville, Ohio, shot his first buck on Friday, Nov. 9, 2012. The third-grader at Fairland Elementary is the son of Johnathan and Jamie Casella of Proctorville. Jace Casella shot the buck with an arrow from a tree stand.
Tonya Wallace of Prichard, W.Va., bagged this 8-point buck on Nov. 19, 2012.
Photo courtesy of Kristina WilliamsWalt Williams of Ona killed this 10-point buck in Wayne County.
Bryce Raines, 12, of Culloden shot his first buck on Nov. 19, 2012 in Barboursville.
Eli Boland, left, with a nine-point buck, and Ben Rodgers with a 10-point buck shown on Nov. 19, 2012, on Prices Creek, Huntington.
Photo courtesy of Michael AdamsTravis Adams, 11, with his first deer taken on Nov. 19, 2012.