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The World's Record non-typical mule deer, taken in Alberta, Canada, is regarded as one of North America's greatest trophy heads, recognition it deserves having held the top spot for more than 90 years. Alberta produces massive mule deer and the greatest example of that reputation is Ed Broder's...
World's Record Mule Deer - Typical
The World's Record typical mule deer is one of only a few bucks with main beams measuring at or near 30 inches on each side. Doug Burris, Jr., began hunting Colorado's Dolores County area in 1969. On his first three hunts, he took three nice mule deer bucks ( Odocoileus hemionus hemionus ) that any...
World's Record Tule Elk
The World's Record tule elk was found on a ranch in California in 2005. Written by Jeff Lopeteguy We live on a ranch in northern California's Mendocino National Forest, between the small communities of Elk Creek and Stonyford. This portion of the ranch has been in the family since 1964 when my in-...
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Bailey with his World's Record Roosevelt's elk taken on the second day of British Columbia's 2015 season. It was Bailey's first bull elk hunt. First thing—I am not a trophy hunter. When I hunt, I typically take the first legal deer, moose, or elk that presents itself to me—big or small. No calves,...
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Denny Austad traveled all night to Richfield, Utah, to take the World's Record non-typical American elk, which was certified as a new World's Record by a Special Judges Panel in January 2009. I was the successful bidder for a Utah governor’s elk tag in January 2008. A short time later, I contracted...
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Arizona Rancher Alonzo Winters used a Savage Model 99 rifle to kill a massive bull elk in 1968. Later, after Winters' death, the antlers were scored and recorded as the new World's Record typical American elk. Growing up in eastern Arizona's White Mountains, Alan C. Ellsworth has seen some great...
World's Record Coues' Whitetail - Non-Typical
This incredible non-typical Coues' whitetail rack has great mass and sports 43-7/8 inches of non-typical growth. TROPHY STATS SCORE: 196 2/8 LOCATION: Graham County, Arizona HUNTER: Native American OWNER: D.J. Hollinger & B. Howard DATE: 1971 View Score Chart This phenomenal non-typical Coues'...
World's Record Coues' Whitetail - Typical
The antler mass on Ed Stockwell's Coues' whitetail deer sets it apart from any other Coues' buck ever taken. At the 1955 Boone and Crockett Awards Competition, held at the Museum of Natural History in New York City, judges were shocked when they measured a Coues' whitetail deer that was unlike any...
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The World's Record non-typical whitetail is a "picked up" trophy and is owned by the Missouri Department of Conservation. Missouri produces numerous world-class whitetail deer, but it wasn't until fall 1981 that the state acquired bragging rights to the world's record non-typical whitetail (...
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Saskatchewan hunter Milo N. Hanson harvested the World's Record typical whitetail deer in 1992 . . . on his own land. Working long days as a grain and cattle farmer in Biggar , Saskatchewan, Milo N. Hanson doesn't have the time or money to hunt all over the continent. Then again he hasn’t had to...

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