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What was the biggest deer caught on camera?

What was the biggest deer caught on camera?

Stephen Tucker’s 312-inch Tennessee whitetail showed up on his trail cameras numerous times. Tucker had regular photos of the big buck from almost every different angle on his Moultrie game camera. We’re guessing these game camera photos made it very hard to sleep at night!

What is the world record for biggest buck shot?

At the 22nd Big Game Awards Program in Dallas, Texas, the Boone and Crockett Club Judges’ Panel declared Hanson’s buck the new world’s record typical whitetail with a final score of 213-5/8 points.

How big is the biggest deer in the world?

The largest deer is the Alaskan moose (Alces alces gigas). A bull standing 2.34 m (7 ft 8 in) tall between pegs and weighing an estimated 816 kg (1,800 lb) was shot in the Yukon Territory of Canada in September 1897.

What’s the biggest elk ever shot?

O’Shea’s benedictions must have been received, because the 55-year-old Albertan holds the new world record for non-typical elk. The 449 4/8-inch bull, shot in September on land O’Shea has hunted since he was a boy, has been certified by the Pope and Young Club as the largest non-typical elk ever taken by a bowhunter.

Who shot the biggest buck in Kansas?

Brian Butcher had low expectations when he climbed into a deer stand on the evening of October 11, 2019. He would end up making the big-buck history books by killing a 321⅜ -inch non-typical whitetail—a new Kansas state record and the second-largest hunter-taken buck of all time.

What state has the largest bucks?

Boone and Crockett’s Top Whitetail States

  • #1 – Wisconsin. Wisconsin is the #1 ranked state with 1,822 total entries and six counties in the top 20 U.S. counties with the most records produced.
  • #2 – Illinois.
  • #3 – Iowa.
  • #4 – Minnesota.
  • #5 – Ohio.
  • #6 – Kentucky.
  • #7 – Missouri.
  • #8 – Kansas.

Who Killed the biggest elk?

That score eclipses the standing non-typical bowkilledworld-record elk, a 442-inch monster taken in 2003 by Nick Franklin in Coconino County, Arizona.