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Kansas State Big Game Records

Even tornado alley can’t suck up all the big whitetail bucks from Kansas


It’s a little known fact that Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz was a maniacal whitetail hunter. That’s right, folks. You heard it here first. While Kansas’ record-book entries are overwhelmingly of the whitetail variety, the state has managed to throw a few curve balls. There’s the 88-inch pronghorn taken in 2013. Quite a few mule deer have come out of the state, too. And check this out. In 1988, one lucky hunter took a 400-inch plus non-typical elk there. Of course, whitetails still reign supreme and Brian Butcher’s non-typical that scored 321-3/8 is the cherry on top.

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