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North Dakota State Big Game Records

If there ever was a record-book wild card, North Dakota has to be it


A quick look at the state records for North Dakota will have you scratching your head:  bull elk just shy of 450 points, a pronghorn over 90, a typical elk over 400. There are also Canada moose (you read that correctly), bighorn sheep, mule deer (of course), cougar—you get the point. While hunting for most of these species is limited, once you actually draw (or buy) the tag, you hunt the animal of your dreams. Many of those top 10 entries are from the past few decades. Take a look for yourself. 

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