September 21, 2022
Urban bowhunting might seem trendy or new, as photos of monster suburban bucks pop up more and more on social media these days. However, there’s a long history of giant whitetails being taken near the major cities of fabled big-buck states, especially those that allow hunts during special permit seasons. As follows is just such a tale, of a 200-inch-net whitetail taken outside West Virginia’s own capital city of Charleston.
Al Falbo’s Kanawha County giant isn’t just a remarkable trophy; it’s a great hunting story from a unique location. We have a special urban hunt here in West Virginia, that occurs around Charleston, our capital. Typically, the season...