The Boone and Crockett net score certified the rack as the largest non-typical whitetail taken by a female not only in the state of Kansas but in the entire world. The previous record was set more than 20 years ago in 1997 by Jamie Remmers in Marion County. That buck officially measured in at 257⅛ inches, coming in nearly 14 inches less than. BREAKING NEWS: Kansas Teen Tags Potential Women's World Record Buck A 40-point non-typical monster buck with an estimated green, gross score of 280-plus inches has been downed by 14-year-old Paslie Werth in youth hunting season. September 14, 2020 By Lynn Burkhea The New SCI World Record Non-Typical Whitetail was on display at their convention this past week and let us just say it turned a few heads. The tale of the tape is this 671 2/8 inches and was grown and harvested at Dakota Outfitters in Quaker City, Ohio The author and partner Beau Knutson show the pending No. 1 women's archery non-typical. Thanks in part to numerous drop tines — the three longest measuring 10 5/8, 11 4/8 and 11 7/8 inches — the buck known as Hobo has a net entry score of 233 2/8. Photo courtesy of Kassandra Agarand April 01, 2020 By Kassandra Agaran Kansas Teenager Tags World-Record Whitetail Buck. Paslie Werth's incredible non-typical buck officially measures 271-4/8, making it the highest-scoring whitetail ever taken by a female hunter.
Buck breaking record, Cimarron teen secures world record for largest non-typical whitetail harvested. CIMARRON, Kan. (KSNW) - With hunting seasons well underway in the state of Kansas, a. Paslie Werth wasn't out to set any records when she pulled the trigger on a huge non-typical whitetail buck last September. of her incredible world-record buck. Field and Stream In 2020,.
December 16, 2020 2:12 PM ET. Font Size: A 14-year-old Kansas girl shot a buck with 42-scorable points, capturing the record for the largest non-typical whitetail shot by a female hunter, according to reports. Paslie Werth, 14, shot the buck only one day after the Kansas youth hunting season began in September, according to Fox News Buck breaking record, Cimarron teen secures world record for largest non-typical whitetail taken by a female Video Paws and Pints at Chesney's Whiskey Saloon support Gracie's Projec
CIMARRON, Kan. (KSNW) - A Kansas teen has broken a world record for the largest non-typical whitetail ever shot by a female. On Sept. 6, just one day after the opening of the youth deer season, 14-year-old Paslie Werth harvested the massive buck while rifle hunting with her dad, Kurt . Tucker from Sumner County, Tennessee in 2016. The current P&Y World's Record was taken by Michael Beatty from Green County, Ohio, in 2000 and scores 294 points The buck's main beams are both over 32 inches and mass measurements are as high as 7-1/2. When mounted in a position that they look natural, they have an inside spread of nearly 24 inches. As it is, the buck scored 240 gross typical and nearly 219 net, more than five inches larger than the current Saskatchewan world record held by Milo Hanson Like the Hanson buck, this deer is a typical 6X6. While it doesn't beat the Hanson buck, it wouldn't have taken much to do so. In fact, the frames are very similar between the two deer. It wouldn't have taken much for the Gibson buck to be the world record typical whitetail. Score: 205 inches. Hunter: Larry W. Gibson. Location: Randolph.
With a final score of 327 7/8″, Luke's buck was confirmed as the new P&Y World Record non-typical whitetail. This buck surpasses the previous World Record non-typical whitetail shot by Michael Beatty in 2000 by over 33 inches New World Record non-typical whitetail. Luke Brewster shot this Illinois monster during the 2018 archery season. The final score came out at 327 7/8 The big whitetail had 67 scorable points, KWPT said. As for the Kansas record books, Butcher's buck would be the largest non-typical whitetail ever harvested there, surpassing the current state record for a non-typical whitetail taken by archery equipment by 57 2/8 inches. ATA Show 2020: See all the new bowhunting gear for 2020 Paslie took down the buck just one day after Kansas opened its 2020 hunting season in September. On Tuesday, Fox News reported that she didn't just take the state record, but the world record to boot. What are the details? According to a report from KSNW-TV, Paslie's shot captured the record for the largest non-typical whitetail shot by a female hunter This non-typical whitetail will likely go down as one of the top bucks taken in Ohio this year. It could possibly be the largest non-typical buck taken with long bow (compound bow) ever in Adams County. The buck was scored for Buckmaster by Rob Meade of Seaman, scoring an incredible 224-3/8 inches
The current non-typical archery record is a 23-point buck taken by Mike Giarraputo, of Suffolk County, while hunting Nov. 3, 2011. The gross score was 218 4/8 inches, and the net was 210 4/8 after. Right now, the Wisconsin whitetail record for a non-typical is 253 inches and the record has stood for a while. The current record holder is a 30-pointer that was shot by Elmer Gotz in Buffalo all the way back in 1973. If the buck does score over 253, it would also surpass the size of the archery state record, a 249 5/8-inch 28 pointer arrowed. Harold Smith's No. 16 non-typical of all time scored an official 279 3/8 B&C and was killed in Ta Ta Creek, British Columbia, in 1951. With a massive 33-inch outside spread, the deer looks like some kind of mule deer/whitetail hybrid. Its origins may be a mystery, but the status of this record is not — it is firmly placed in the No. 16 spot This is the heaviest whitetail deer ever killed. It broke the 50-year record held by the #2 Spot! This deer is one of the biggest that I have ever seen and one that could hold the record for a very long time! Field Dressed Weight: 431-Lbs. Estimated Weight On Hoof: 540-Lbs. Ontario, 197 To provide some perspective, the current Kansas state record non-typical whitetail taken by firearm dates back to 1987 and scored 280 4/8 inches. That buck was harvested by Joseph Waters in.
The Boone and Crockett score officially locked in Paslie for the largest non-typical whitetail harvested by a female hunter in the entire WORLD. She's also good for the youngest record holder in Kansas, and the 5th biggest buck of any kind in state history. And as it turns out, they've been seeing this fella for years around the property The current world record typical whitetail is the famous Hanson buck, which has just over 213 inches of net antler. It'd be fitting for the record to fall in 2019, just one year removed from a new world record non-typical whitetail and muley Anytime you hear about world record bucks being harvested, you hear about Boone and crocketts whitetail deer scoring system! Boone & Crockett Non-Typical: Here are the 7-Easy Steps to Scoring Whitetail Deer in 2020! Count and record the points, and match the typical points from one side of the antlers with the other side of the rack If the certifies the measurements, the deer would rank first in Kansas and fourth in the world for a non-typical whitetail harvested by archery equipment. The current state record is 264 1/8 inches
Welcome to Buck Registry User: The Florida Buck Registry was established in 1982 to provide hunters with a record of the number and quality of white-tailed deer taken in Florida. The minimum antler score necessary to qualify is 100 Boone and Crockett inches for typical antlers and 125 for non-typical antlers If the measurements hold up, Butcher's deer would rank fourth in the world for a non-typical whitetail and will smash the state archery record by more than 57 inches To enter a big game animal or for more information about the Game Commission's Big Game Records Program, contact Boone & Crockett Club certified scorer and coordinator of Pennsylvania's program Bob D'Angelo at email@example.com or call the Game Commission Harrisburg Headquarters, 717-787-4250 January 22, 2019 6:26 pm ET. A bow hunter bagged a world record non-typical mule deer that the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation described as a deer of a lifetime.. Dennis Bennett took the. The Kermit resident's 1997 kill obliterated West Virginia's long-standing record for non-typical racks and, 20 years later, still holds the record. Most whitetail-antler records get broken.
. Item: 0525. Categories: Antlers, Moose. NEW ITEM! Unbelievable is the word that comes to mind when viewing this world record moose! It scored an unheard of 666″ SCI and is the new world record Eastern Canadian moose. It features an impressive 56″ spread and 20 scorable points per side Apple Creek 610 Whitetail: New Record. What may be the biggest whitetail deer ever harvested by a hunter was taken August 25 at the Apple Creek Whitetail Ranch in Gillett, Wisconsin. The 4 1/2-year-old buck was shot by Apple Creek's owner, Scott Follett, and green scored 547 inches. There is a 60-day drying period required before the buck.
The Cearlock brothers killed big deer before the world-record arrived in their woods, but the collective hunt for that 328-inch non-typical wasn't the peak. It was the beginning of a new era. Another trail cam photo of the buck Brent thought of as the 6×5. Brent Cearlock . To jump ahead to a particular hunt, click on one of the subcategories The mammoth non-typical buck, which has been initially green scored at 322 4/8 inches net, fell to the muzzleloader blast of 15-year-old Tony Lovstuen of Albia, Iowa, on Sept. 29 in Monroe County This buck surpasses the previous World Record non-. typical whitetail shot by Michael Beatty in 2000 by over 33 inches. The Brewster buck has been verified as the new Pope and Young World Record with a score of 327 7/8, said Eli Randall, Director of Records for the Pope and Young Club. The two panels consisted of seven measurers and. Posted on January 29, 2017 May 13, 2020 by Western Whitetail. 29 Jan. The Pope And Young Club Announces A Potential New World's Record Non-Typical Coues Deer. Chatfield, MN - In December of 2015, Terry Edwards of San Carlos, Arizona took an incredible Coues deer that may be the new Pope and Young Club Non-Typical World's Record The largest hunter-harvested non-typical whitetail was taken by bowhunter Luke Brewster in Illinois in 2018 and scored 327 7/8 inches. The current Kansas state record firearm non-typical whitetail was taken in 1987 by Joseph Waters in Shawnee County and scored 280 4/8 inches
The final score submitted by the panel was 328 2/8 points, and it wasn't subject to appeal. To everybody's surprise, the Hole-In-The-Horn had become the official No. 2 non-typical. From the first announcement of the original entry score of this buck, there was in certain quarters criticism of claims that he was a new world record When Milo Hanson's 213 5/8-inch Boone & Crockett world record typical buck was shot on the morning of Nov. 23, 1993, it was the biggest whitetail news to come along in a long time. The monster buck, taken by rifle near Hanson's residence outside Biggar, Saskatchewan, was clearly bigger than James Jordan's 206 1/8-incher from Wisconsin, which. Boone and Crockett officially announced last Friday that a grizzly taken by Alaska hunter Larry Fitzgerald, 35, will enter the record books as the world's largest grizzly ever taken by a hunter.. During an elk hunt with hunting buddy Justin Powell near Fairbanks, Alaska, last September, the duo came across a set of massive, fresh bear tracks 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 Missouri holds the Boone & Crocket world record Non-Typical whitetail deer. It is interesting story and I won't spoil it for you, you can read it here. This massive buck scored 333 7/8. That is crazy to think about and I am not a trophy hunter by any stretch. Bag Limit
About the SCI Record Book The largest of its kind in the world, SCI's Record Book is considered the gold standard of encyclopedias of big-game animals. The unique program and all-inclusive scoring system has helped document the hunting heritage since 1977. All entries are submitted by hunters and verified by Master Measurers to ensure accuracy 2020 Palmetto Sportsmen's Classic Attractions Nature Nick's Animal Adventures. This collection includes full mounts of the current World Record Typical Whitetail, The Milo Hanson, and the current World Record Non-Typical Whitetail, The Missouri Monarch, as well as 8 of the top 12 Typical Whitetails, as scored by Boone & Crockett.. 14-Year-Old Girl Shoots World Record 42-Point Buck. A 14-year-old Kansas girl shot a buck with 42-scorable points, capturing the record for the largest non-typical whitetail shot by a female hunter, according to reports. Paslie Werth, 14, shot the buck only one day after the Kansas youth hunting season began in September, according to Fox News
CY CURTIS NO. 4 NON-TYP—Oklahoma City's Mauricio Deloera-Hernandez holds his Lincoln County non-typical buck in November 2012. The buck ranks fourth in the state's Cy Curtis record book at. Name Score Year Co. of Harvest Bryan Morehead, Greensburg, KS 202 2/8 1999 Kiowa Chris Unrein, Wichita, KS 190 7/8 2003 Treg Shawn O'Shea's Non-Typical American Elk scored an incredible 449 4/8 inches and is now the largest bow-harvested Non-Typical American Elk in North America. The bull was arrowed on Sept. 14, 2020, in Minburn County, Alberta. This bull surpasses the previous world record by 7 4/8 inches. According the O'Shea, the bull was first located in. Shawn O'Shea who resides east of Edmonton was given the honour of having his Non-Typical American Elk examined by Pope & Young and awarded the title of World Record Non-Typical American Elk on March 20. According to Pope & Young an internationally recognized archery only trophy organization, O'Shea bow-harvested the impressive elk in the Minburn county which scored an incredible 449 4/8. Feb 25, 2012. Messages. 11,375. Location. SE Idaho. Pope & Young Club Announces New World Record Non-Typical Mule Deer Velvet! So glad to see this deer get recognized on an all-time list. Nice work @bohntr and Pope & Young
For the record, the biggest non-typical whitetail ever taken by a hunter is the 304 6/8-inch non-typical arrowed by Ohio deer hunter Mike Beatty on Nov. 8, 2000 KANSAS- A Kansas bowhunter may have just harvested one of the largest non-typical whitetail bucks in the world. Brian Butcher, 38, shot the deer with a bow and arrow from a treestand at 25 yards. The state record non-typical pick-up buck was a 237 7/8 incher from Brown County in 1914. For comparison, the world record non-typical whitetail was a 1981 hunter pick-up in St. Louis County. Boone and Crockett's net score confirmed the rack as the largest non-typical whitetail a woman has caught not just in the state of Kansas but around the world. The previous one recording was hired by Jamie Remmers in Marion County more than 20 years ago in 1997. This trestle was officially 257 inches, almost 14 inches smaller than Werth's.
The Boone & Crockett record book lists the Hole in the Horn buck at the No. 2 non-typical of all time, but most in the outdoor world view it as the biggest buck ever because of its gigantic and massive rack. Incredible width, huge mass and tines going everywhere Butcher's buck earned an unofficial net non-typical score of 321 3/8 inches. If officially accepted and verified by the Boone and Crockett Club, this score puts the deer at fourth in the world for non-typical whitetail deer. For Kansas however, the buck will be the largest non-typical whitetail ever taken, surpassing the current state record.
The largest hunter-harvested non-typical whitetail was taken by bowhunter Luke Brewster in Illinois in 2018 and scored 327 7/8 inches. The current Kansas state record firearm non-typical whitetail. On March 20, 2021, the Pope and Young Club convened a Special Panel of Judges in Alberta, Canada, for a potential P&Y World Record Non-Typical American Elk. Shawn O'Shea's Non-Typical American Elk scored an incredible 449 4/8 inches and is now the largest bow-harvested Non-Typical American Elk in North America. The bull was arrowed on Sept. Northwest Big Game Inc.'s record books for Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana's big game animals
If the measurements are certified, the deer would rank first in Kansas and fourth in the world for a non-typical whitetail harvested by archery equipment. The current state record is 264 1/8 inches Here are some of those bucks from the 2020 New York Whitetail hunting season. If you think you have a buck that makes the grade, email a photo to us at firstname.lastname@example.org . The photo MUST be of the hunter with the deer and include the hunter's Full Name with County and Date of kill to be considered for this page World-Record Whitetail: What It Will Take to Top The Hanson Buck. It will obviously take one rare and incredible animal to best the 213 5⁄8-inch monster that Milo Hanson shot near Biggar, Sask. 22 years ago. My analysis of the top 200-inch typical racks in the Boone and Crockett book show that the new record typical will have to possess 12. Whitetail Party 2020 Public · Hosted by HuntingWNY Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 6:30 PM - 11 PM EST Delevan Training Center 1006 N Main St, Delevan, New York 14042 Details Whitetail Party 2020 The current Kansas state record firearm non-typical whitetail was taken in 1987 by Joseph Waters in Shawnee County and scored 280 4/8 inches. The current Kansas state record archery non-typical whitetail was shot by Dale Larson in 1998 in Pottawatomie County and scored 264 1/8 inches.Jan 27, 2020
The enormous buck shot by Hubert Collins in 2003 made waves across the whitetail world with rumors of a new potential world record Pope and Young. The long-standing record shot in 1965 was thought to have been beat, but in the end, Collins' buck fell just short with a typical score of 203 3/8 inches Justin Gordon was bowhunting in LaPlata County, Colorado, on Sept. 2, 2018, when he arrowed a buck that could be recognized by the Pope and Young Club as the new velvet world record non-typical mule deer. The preliminary score of Gordon's buck is 338 7/8 inches. The incredible deer has 28 points on its right side and 19 points on the left March 2020. We watched as a new type of respiratory disease was spreading through western states. Some people were comparing this to the Great Flu Pandemic of 1918-1919. Meanwhile, a new world record non-typical buck was certified and placed in the record books
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