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Maryland State Big Game Records

How about a side of black bears and whitetail deer with those crab cakes?


If you thought western Maryland was the place to kill a record-book whitetail deer, then you’d be wrong. According to B&C’s County Search Tool, the biggest bucks to enter the records are more into the views of Chesapeake Bay and the Beltway. Those counties on both the east and west side of the Chesapeake have the biggest record-book bucks. If bears are more your thing, then yes, definitely head to western Maryland where you’ll find some big bruins. Garrett County on the Pennsylvania-West Virginia border has a handful of recent bear entries. Check out the records for yourself.

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