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World's Record Barren Ground Caribou
Daniel L. Dobbs visited Alaska to shoot a giant Alaska brown bear. The trophy bear eluded him, but he came away from his combo hunt with more than adequate compensation— the new world's record barren ground caribou. For most of his life Dan Dobbs dreamed about shooting a 10-foot Alaskan brown bear...
World's Record Woodland Caribou
This magnificent woodland caribou was taken prior to 1910 and is the longest standing Boone and Crockett World's Record. It scored 419-5/8 points and is one of only three woodland bulls having exceeded the magical 400 mark. The world's record woodland caribou ( Rangifer tarandus caribou ) was shot...
World's Record Mountain Caribou
Paul T. Deuling received B&C's coveted Sagamore Hill Award for his World's Record mountain caribou scoring 459-3/8 points. Note: Following is Paul Deuling ’s story on taking the world's record mountain caribou. It's reprinted with permission from Of Man and Beast , an Amboca publication. A...
World's Record Shiras' Moose
The World's Record Shiras' moose has held the top spot for over 60 years. It's currently on display at the Jackson Hole Museum in Wyoming. The world’s record Shiras’ moose ( Alces alces shirasi ) was taken by John M. Oakley of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Shot during the 1952 season near Green River Lake,...
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Rex J. Nick harvested the new World's Record Alaska-Yukon moose near Alaska's Lower Yukon River in 2010. Rex J. Nick was hunting near Pilot Station on Native corporation land in Game Management Unit 18, Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, along the Lower Yukon River on September 26, 2010, when he harvested the...
World's Record Canada Moose
Pennsylvanian Michael E. Laub was joined by two close friends on a combo hunt for moose and grizzly bear in British Columbia when he harvested the World's Record Canada moose. In the fall of 1980, Michael E. Laub left the gentle hills of Pennsylvania for the rough terrain of British Columbia in...
World's Record Sitka Blacktail - Non-Typical
William B. Steele, Jr. didn't let bad weather and poor visibility destroy his late-summer hunt for Sitka blacktail deer. His persistence paid off when he took the World's Record non-typical Sitka blacktail near the top of a fog-shrouded mountain on Prince of Wales Island in southeast Alaska. In...
World's Record Sitka Blacktail - Typical
For more than 20 years Peter Bond didn't realize the World's Record typical Sitka blacktail deer was hanging on a wall in his shop. Bob Graham was visiting a shop in British Columbia, Canada, when he spotted an impressive Sitka blacktail deer ( Odocoileus hemionus sitkensis ) mount. Graham offered...
World's Record Columbia Blacktail Deer - Non-typical
The World's Record non-typical Columbia blacktail deer rack hung on a hunter's garage for several years before someone suggested it should be measured by the Boone & Crockett Club. I started hunting in the Black Rock Mountain area near Valsetz, Oregon when I moved from Washington to the Beaver...
World's Record Columbia Blacktail Deer - Typical
Lester H. Miller harvested the World's Record Columbia blacktail deer after hunting the buck for several seasons. On a dank October morning in 1953, Lester H. Miller found himself face-to-face with an extraordinary Columbia blacktail deer ( Odocoileus hemionus columbianus ). He'd waited for this...

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