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Texas State Big Game Records

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For such a massive state, Texas boasts very little public land. Hopefully you know a buddy with a big ranch. If not, plenty of guides and outfitters will be happy to lead you to find some decent whitetail bucks and some even better (scoring) pronghorn. There’s even an elk entry from 1934, but because they are not considered a game animal today, elk can’t be entered into the records. There’s even a jaguar from 1903. Desert sheep are an option here as are book-worthy mule deer of both the typical and non-typical variety.

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