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April 23, 2014
   

 

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Trophy Watch™ is a segment of Boone and Crockett Club's website dedicated to highlighting the more significant or interesting big game trophies taken recently across North America, as well as trophies entered and accepted into the B&C records. Rare or outstanding photos pertaining to native North American big game are also often posted.  It is a great venue to showcase fair chase trophies, debunk myths, separate fact from fiction, and to solicit the truth in regard to popular but often incorrect or incomplete emails mass circulating on the internet.    
 
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Recent Postings

New World's Record Ram? - April 18, 2014
New P&Y Kentucky Record - April 17, 2014
Pending #3 NT Whitetail - March 21, 2014
Alberta Monster - March 21, 2014
#8 Nebraska Mulie - March 20, 2014
Ohio #14 - March 19, 2014

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   New World's Record Ram?
April 18, 2014

A massive bighorn sheep that died of natural causes and was later found by wildlife officials could be a new World's Record, according to the Boone and Crockett Club.

The ram was found in Alberta. The skull now is in possession of provincial officials and will be entered into Boone and Crockett records on behalf of the citizens of Alberta.

"Many hunters are unaware that Boone and Crockett records include many found trophies," said Richard Hale, chairman of the Club's Big Game Records Committee. "The main reason we keep records is to document conservation success. Although they aren't taken by hunters, found trophies are nonetheless an important gauge of outstanding habitat, strong recruitment of game animals into older age classes, sustainable harvest objectives and other elements of sound wildlife management. Picked-up trophies are an integral part of the conservation success story. Without them, the story is incomplete."

Alberta biologists speculate the bighorn died in early summer 2013 at 10-1/2 years of age.

Boone and Crockett official measurers in Alberta taped the horns and alerted the Club they had totaled a preliminary green score that would exceed the current World's Record. That ram, also from Alberta, scored 208-3/8 B&C points and was taken in 2000.

Although Montana has been producing some tremendous rams in recent years, all Boone and Crockett World's Record bighorn sheep throughout history have come from Alberta.

The long-followed next procedural steps for certifying a new World's Record include an evaluation of an official score sheet (prepared after the required 60-day drying time) and photos, and officially entering the trophy into Boone and Crockett records. If all remains in order, the Club will convene a special judge's panel to re-score the ram, confirm a final score and make a World's Record determination.

An official announcement should follow within the next 90 days, said Hale.

 

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   New P&Y Kentucky Record
April 17, 2014

2013
Non-typical Whitetail
David Howard
Todd County, Kentucky
221-7/8

This deer is the new P&Y Kentucky state record.
It's also the number 24 B&C for Kentucky out of 251 qualifying trophies.

 

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   Pending #3 NT Whitetail
March 21, 2014

2012
Non-typical Whitetail
James E. Wanklyn
Frankfort, Kansas
312-1/8

This is a picked-up trophy, which is the pending #3 in the world.

Will be panel scored in 2016 at the 29th awards.

 

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   Alberta Monster
March 21, 2014

2012
Non-typical Whitetail
Paul J. Plaquin
Touchwood Lake, Alberta
220-4/8

This is currently the #27 non-typical from Alberta.

 

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   #8 Nebraska Mulie
March 20, 2014

2013
Typical Mule Deer
Jared S. Crouse
Dundy Co., Nebraska
186-1/8

.50 cal Muzzleloader
#8 Nebraska
Typical Mule Deer

 

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   Ohio #14
March 19, 2014

2011
Typical Whitetail Deer
Ronnie A. Stevens
Franklin Co., Ohio
187-7/8

This is the #14 Ohio typical, and the largest ever taken in Franklin County.

 

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