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October 31, 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.    
 
Only photographs taken in good taste and showing respect for the animals hunted will be posted.  Occasionally, in the interest of clarification and secondary to the lack of access to better photographs, Trophy Watch may post pictures that would otherwise be deemed suboptimal (below the standards required for inclusion in other B&C publications).  Trophy Watch will exercise options to technologically change and improve the acceptability of a photograph if needed.  For helpful tips on taking memorable field photos, click here. B&C does not endorse or support any person, persons or trophies featured on this site.  

If you have a newsworthy item (please include photo and details) or if you have specific information relating to a Trophy Watch™ posting, please submit a detailed e-mail to tw@boone-crockett.org. It is understood that images submitted to Trophy Watch are being provided for the purpose of electronic publication and full permission and authority is granted with such submission. Trophy Watch assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of information provided by others.

Note:  Due to time and space restraints, not all photos can be posted.


Recent Postings

Washington Blacktail - October 30, 2014
World Class Muley - October 22, 2014
Alberta Monsters - October 22, 2014

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' Washington Blacktail
October 30, 2014

2014
Columbia Blacktail
Cayley Allen
Whatcom Co., Washington
139 Unofficial Score
Whatcom County is a consistent producer of trophy blacktails.

 

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' World Class Muley
October 22, 2014

2014
Non-typical mule deer
Brett Ross
Colorado
308-4/8 Unofficial Green Score
42” wide 17x18

If this score holds, it could be a top 10 all-time record buck.


 

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' Alberta Monsters
October 22, 2014

Number one rule of thumb for taking trophy bucks, hunt where they live, or in the case of Paul J. Pallqiun, live where they live.

Top buck is from 2012, scoring 220-4/8 from Touchwood Lake, AB. Bottom buck scores 197-7/8 and was taken in 2012 from Pinehurst Lake.


 

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