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New Hampshire State Big Game Records

Where record-book black bears, Canada moose, and whitetail deer thrive


Thanks to the White Mountains, New Hampshire is sometimes called the Switzerland of America. Unlike Switzerland, though, Canada moose have a solid presence here. In fact, Coos County in the far north has been a stronghold for record-book Canada moose, especially in the 1990s. If whitetails are your thing, then Grafton County has a handful of entries, though it’s been a while since any bucks scoring over 200 have been entered. Fun fact: New Hampshire’s state animal is whitetail deer. Black bears have been getting big with more than a few top 10 state entries since 2000. 

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