A Tennessee hunter's 47-point whitetail buck has officially been accepted as the new hunter-taken, non-typical world record by the Boone and Crockett Club after being scored by the Tennessee.. Tucker shot the 47 point nontypical whitetail buck on Nov. 8 with his muzzleloader from approximately 40 yards away. There's no doubt it's going to be the new state record; I mean, that's an absolute, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency District 21 captain Dale Grandstaff told The Tennessean On November 7, 2016, Stephen Tucker killed the new B&C non-typical world-record whitetail in Sumner County, Tenn. Here is the full story. Stephen Tucker with the potential new world-record.. On Monday, Stephen Tucker, 26, of Gallatin, Tennessee, bagged what could be the largest non-typical whitetail buck ever taken by a hunter. His massive muzzleloader kill sported 47 points and more than 300 inches in total length, easily surpassing the current state record
Tennessee's current state non-typical record is 244 3/8ths inches, also taken from Sumner County in 2000, giving the Tucker Buck an excellent possibility of at least shattering the current state.. According to the folks with the tape measure, it is official. Tennessee is now home to the world record, hunter-taken non-typical whitetail deer. The official panel with Boone & Crockett will not certify it until 2019, but official scorers with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency conducted a final measuring session Monday and say the famed [ Tucker had just killed a world record non-typical whitetail deer. This wasn't a once in a lifetime deer - it was a once in 100 lifetimes deer. The deer had a total of 47 nontypical points on it and weighed just over 150 pounds The largest hunter taken, and current number three All-time non-typical whitetail on record with B&C scores 312 and was taken by Stephen L. Tucker from Sumner County, Tennessee in 2016 ( pictured below ). To put Luke's deer in perspective this deer could surpass our current World's Record that has stood for 18 years by more than 20 inches Tucker's buck, which he shot with a muzzleloader, had a non-typical, cluster rack with 47 points, which measured 312 3/8 inches. That eclipsed the previous world record of 307 5/8 inches killed by.
In fact, he's a strong contender to be the world's largest hunter-taken whitetail of all time. B&C's overall world record in the non-typical category is the 333 7/8-inch Missouri Monarch, which was found dead in 1981. At No. 2 is Ohio's 328 2/8-inch Hole in the Horn buck, found dead in 1940 Stephen Tucker's current world record non-typical whitetail taken by rifle in Tennessee in 2016 scored 312 B&C. It currently ranks as the biggest low fence non-typical whitetail buck ever taken by firearm or archery gear. The Brewster buck could dethrone it
Bagging a world record whitetail deer is like winning the ultimate lottery. Although your chances are probably higher picking all of the Power-Ball numbers, should that monster buck step into your sights, the highest-scoring hunter-taken whitetail may not be enough. That was the case for the Tucker buck taken last fall in Tennessee The current non-typical net world record of 307 5/8 was killed in 2003 by Tony Lovstuen in Albia, Iowa. It appears Tucker's 312 3/8 will hold up. The great thing about Tucker's 47 point buck from a scoring perspective, in addition to the high total number of points, is that the buck looks to be a very symmetrical mainframe 10 point buck World-record whitetail buck from Tennessee is official. It's official, there's a new world record whitetail buck and it comes from Sumner County, Tennessee, according to Wednesday's report from The Outdoor Hub. Gallatin resident Stephen Tucker, 27, shot the non-typical 47-point buck with his muzzleloader back in November, but a 60-day drying.
Russ Chastain 12.18.20. (Image: Screenshot from video/world record non-typical whitetail taken by a female) On September 6, 2020, 14-year-old Paslie Werth reportedly set a world record simply by squeezing a trigger, cleanly harvesting a 42-point world record non-typical whitetail buck whose antlers later measured 271 4/8 by Boone and Crockett The largest hunter taken, and current number three All-time non-typical whitetail on record with B&C scores 312 and was taken by Stephen L. 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 Grandstaff has measured the non-typical rack at 313 2/8-inches gross. The net score after deductions was 308 3/8 inches. Grandstaff says the deer was likely 3 1/2 years old Potential world-record non-typical buck taken in Tennessee! November 15, 2016. Tennessee may just be the most famous (or blessed) whitetail hunter in the world after he reportedly leveled his muzzleloader and killed what could be the largest whitetail shot in the world — a 47-point monster (yeah, that's 4 and 7)—just days.
Tennessee's current state non-typical record is 244 3/8ths inches, also killed by a hunter in Sumner County in 2000, giving the Tucker Buck an excellent possibility of shattering the state record There are 9,509 typical and 5,607 non-typical whitetail deer listed in B&C's Records Program. There are only 39 typical and now 27 non-typical deer on record from the Volunteer State. If you look at the historical data, one thing that is special about this deer is that the majority of record-book deer from Tennessee have come since the mid. The World's Record and Number 2 in the non-typical category were both picked up, or found dead and score 333-7/8 and 328-2/8, respectively. Tucker's buck had a total of 47 scorable points. Tucker's buck was officially scored at 312-08, eclipsing the previous record of 307-5/8. The Club also noted that deer such as this one as well as the other 39 typical and 27 non-typical deer on record from the state of Tennessee, indicate a strong trend of conservation success
Tennessee buck might be a world-record whitetail deer. Updated Jan 13, 2019; Posted Nov 11, 2016 . If that score holds up it will be the new world record for non-typical whitetail deer 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 America's Social Media Home For Firearm and Outdoor Enthusiasts! Gun and firearms news headlines updated throughout the day Hunting Tennessee is new home of the biggest hunter-killed whitetail And so it's official. Tennessee is now home to the biggest non-typical whitetail ever killed by a hunter. Stephen Tucker tagged the new world record in Tennessee's It's official — Gallatin resident Stephen Tucker shot a world record whitetail deer in November in Sumner County. the non-typical current net world record of 307 5/8 inches killed in 2003 by.
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 Stephen Tucker of TN bagged this monster with his muzzleloader. Keith Szableswki, a hunter in Illinois, bagged what may be a 51-point buck, and could be a national record. The current record, held by Stephen Tucker from Tennessee, is a 47-point buck. Tucker.
Harold Smith. The IL behemoth buck will be featured on the cover of the Spring 2019 issue of North American Whitetail â ¦ Buck breaking record, Cimarron teen secures world record for largest non-typical whitetail taken by a female Video Nazareth's Historic Baseball Season Comes to an End Hubert Collins. The buckâ s main beams are both over 32 inches and mass measurements are as high as 7-1. It's my kind of state. *Notable Fact: LeVick's buck ranks third among New York non-typicals. The record, set in 1939, is 2442⁄8. Hunter: Randy Simonitch MegaBuck: 33 Points, 269 7⁄8 Non-Typical Whitetail Place: Pike County, Missouri Year: 2000 Equipment: Compound Bow Rank: No. 1 State Archery Non-Typical, No. 3 All-Time P&Y Non. Facebook These bucks are so big, the local records may never be re-written! We all know records are made to be broken, but sometimes the bar is raised so high that defeating it seems nearly impossible. The same can be said for many hunting and fishing records, but especially for whitetail deer. For today's #WhitetailWednesday we're The post #WhitetailWednesday: 7 State or Provincial Record. An Iowa hunter holds the world record for non-typical racks after bagging a deer with antlers that measured 307 and 5/8ths inches. The antlers on the buck taken by Tucker will be measured again in January, after a required 60-day drying period, to determine whether the rack breaks the state or world records
Season 2, Episode 15You're about to see potentially the largest framed whitetail buck ever harvested on planet earth! Congratulations to Marty Barber who too.. Dennis Bennett, who shot an enormous mule deer on Oct. 1, found out that his harvest shattered the old archery record for non-typical mule deer. With a score of 291 1/8, Bennett beat the 21-year-old record by more than 16 inches. Eli Randall, records director for the Pope and Young Club, was in attendance when the Bennett buck was measured The 38-point buck has a gross typical frame of 151- ⅝ with 178- ⅜ inches of non-typical points. Brewster's buck is only the fifth hunter-taken non-typical whitetail to gross more than 300 inches in history. It is also the third largest all-time non-typical whitetail in B&C records and the new P&Y World's Record Tennessee is now home to the world record, hunter-taken non-typical whitetail deer. The official panel with Boone & Crockett will not certify it until 2019, but official scorers with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency conducted a final measuring session Monday and say the famed Tucker Buck will officially become a world record
. 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 travel far to find incredible hunting Luke Brewster's freak non-typical buck, Mufasa, taken Nov. 2 in Edgar County, was officially measured at 320 5/8 inches, a pending world-record There are 9,509 typical and 5,607 non-typical whitetail deer listed in B&C's Records Program. There are only 39 typical and now 27 non-typical deer on record from the Volunteer State What's more, the Brewster buck is also now the largest whitetail ever killed by a hunter anywhere in the world, topping Stephen Tucker's 47-point Tennessee monarch , a Nov. 2016 buck that scored 312 0/8 inches Stories About World Record. Stories About. World Record. Arrowed in September 2020 in Alberta, the new P&Y Club world record non-typical American elk scored 449 4/8 inches. The Pope and Young Club recently certified two new archery velvet world records: a non-typical mule deer and a typical Sitka blacktail
Most hunters dream about taking a world record deer, yet cite a current cliche Be careful what you wish for. Stephen Tucker too a giant non-typical buck in Sumner County, ironically the same county from which the previous state record Tennessee buck was taken A 47-point whitetail buck shot by a Tennessee farmer has been scored by a Boone and Crockett Club panel and recognized as the highest-scoring, non-typical whitetail ever reported killed by a hunter
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 buck in the Arm River region of. . The Spring 2019 issue of North American Whitetail magazine. DENVER (January 22, 2019) - There is an official entry score for a pending world record hunter-taken non-typical white-tailed deer. The Illinois behemoth buck will be featured on the cover of the Spring 2019 issue of North American Whitetail magazine. The new contender for the title has come to be. Sumner County also produced the previous Tennessee record non-typical, a deer scoring 244 3/8 taken in 2000. While the Tucker Buck is the #1 non-typical whitetail ever shot by a hunter, it sits at #3 all-time. The World Record and #2 in the non-typical category were both picked up (or found dead) and score 333 7/8 and 328 2/8 respectively
There are 9,509 typical and 5,607 non-typical whitetail deer hunting records listed in B&C's Records Program. There are only 39 typical and now 27 non-typical deer on record from the Volunteer State. If you look at the historical data, one thing that is special about this deer is that the majority of record-book deer from Tennessee have. world record for a non-typical deer rack taken with a muzzleloader. Boone and Crockett officials spent 4-1/2 hours scoring the 47-point buck tabbed the Tennessee Tucker Buck at the Nashville headquarters of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. Following the Boone and Crockett scor - ing, representatives from Safari Clu THE NEW WORLD RECORD non-typical Gallatin Buck was much younger, with more points than the Albia Buck shot by Tony Lovstuen. All that's left for a 27-year-old Tennessee man to claim the official world record for a whitetail deer is the certification from the Boone and Crockett Club. Stephen Tucker of Gallatin killed the trophy. The Tennessee man ended up shooting a 47-point, non-typical whitetail buck that is now poised to become the new world record. According to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, Tucker shot the.
Tennessee Tucker Buck Set to Become New World Record Non-Typical Rack Posted by: Submitted Report in Lifestyle January 16, 2017 1 Comment A whitetail buck harvested in Sumner County, Tenn. during the recent muzzleloader season, has completed a step toward becoming a world record for a non-typical deer rack Regardless of the outcome, this 47-point non-typical whitetail buck is certainly a prized animal for any deer hunter. At just 3 1/2 years old, this deer has a tremendous amount of non-typical growth. I realize there's only a possibility that it's going to be a world record; all we're worried about right now is that it's the state.
A hunter in Sumner County bagged a deer with antlers that measured 244 and 3/8ths inches in 2000, setting the state's record for non-typical racks. An Iowa hunter holds the world record for non. The 47-point Tennessee Tucker Buck may be a new world record. follow. World Record Whitetail. By Sean state record. Tennessee's standing record for non-typical dry rack measurements had. the 2017 wild game dinner guest of honor was stephen tucker (lower right) who harvested the new b&c non-typical world-record whitetail in sumner county, tennessee on november 7, 2016. these gentlemen were taking the very first bite of this new world-record buck A 14-year-old girl has set a world record after taking down a buck with 42-scorable points. Now, the teen holds the record for the largest non-typical whitetail shot by a female hunter. It didn't take long for this hunter to start setting world records World Record Non Typical Elk Imgkid via. 20. New World Record Whitetail Buck Recorded Tennessee. New World Record Whitetail Buck Recorded Tennessee via. 21. Whitetail Deer Sale Buy Bred Does Open Breeder. Whitetail Deer Sale Buy Bred Does Open Breeder via. 22. Sci Midwest Non Typical Buck Handgun Record Missour
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 Interestingly enough, the biggest non-typical whitetail deer in the major record books were hunted Illinois, Tennessee and Ohio. The Boone & Crockett, Pope & Young and Safari Club International (SCI) record books use similar methods for scoring non-typical (and typical) whitetail deer, but there are some notable differences between them Mel Johnson's 204 4/8 B&C whitetail may be No. 4 on our list, but it actually holds another distinct honor: it is the No. 1 typical archery world record. Because of that, Johnson is a modern day archery hero. Keep in mind, Johnson killed this world record holder in the 1960s, well before archery became what it is today Possible world record deer killed in Tennessee. Gallatin resident Stephen Tucker, 26, shows off the whitetail deer with a 47-point rack he killed in Sumner County on Monday. (Photo: Submitted to.
Stephen Tucker, 26, beat the state record and possibly the world record when he bagged a 47-point deer on a hunt in Sumner County, Tenn. (TWRA) A hunter in Tennessee took down a monstrous and. But after the mandatory 60-day drying period, her Kansas buck officially measured 271-4/8, making it the Boone and Crockett record book's highest-scoring non-typical whitetail deer ever killed. . That is larger than the non-typical current net world record of 307 5/8 killed in 2003 by Tony Lovstuen in. Still, this buck will easily make the Tennessee record books in both typical and non-typical categories. The antlers featured a 23 3/4 inside spread, were 26 tall and had a main beam that measured 26 6/8. One of the most impressive features was the mass. The antlers measured 5 3/4 at the bases
The Northeast Big Buck club does not recognize net scores for its records. The Hanson Buck's gross score of 220-5/8 inches has stood as a club record for nearly two decades. Brown, president and founder of the Northeast Big Buck Club, said the King Buck is definitely, in his mind, a 6-by-6 typical. No doubt about it, Brown said The story of Stephen Tucker and the Tennessee giant non-typical is here. This buck broke a whitetail world record, with 47 points and a net score of 312. LINK TO FULL BLOG IN BIO!!! #moultriecam #trailcamtuesday #bigbuck #totalgamemanagement #moultrieproduct The largest hunter taken, and current number three All-time non-typical whitetail on record with B&C scores 312 and was taken by Stephen L. Tucker from Sumner County, Tennessee in 2016. To put Luke's deer in perspective this deer could surpass our current World's Record that has stood for 18 years by more than 20 inches, said Eli. 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 best-ever archery-killed non-typical whitetail buck was taken in 2018 by Illinois bowhunter Luke Brewster, and was confirmed as a new world record this past March. What's really notable is the margin by which this buck outclassed its predecessor: More than 33 inches! On Friday, March 1st, the Pope and Young Club convened a Special [
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 Boone & Crockett requires a 60-day drying period during which the antlers of Tucker's deer could shrink below world record status, TWRA said, but he's almost certain to break the Tennessee non-typical record of 244 3/8 inches, which came from a buck also killed in Sumner County in 2000 That period ended on Monday, and a measurement of the 47-point rack was made by a Boone and Crockett panel of four judges, who gave the deer a score of 312 3/8 inches. Deer costs man nearly $10,000 under new Tennessee law. That is larger than the non-typical current net world record of 307 5/8 inches killed in 2003 by Tony Lovstuen in Albia, Iowa
The Whitetails of North America Collection exceeds expectations! 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 In the new North American whitetail magazine is the Andy Bledsoe article about his record deer from last year. Video is still not out yet but a very good article. I think the world record typical is like 212. But there has been plenty of non typical deer that score MUCH higher than that. Reply. Jun 20, 2016 #12 M. Mista Bone Well-Known Member NWTF Wild Turkey Records. The National Wild Turkey Federation's Wild Turkey Records Program began in the fall of 1982 and has since been the authority of wild turkey records for anywhere wild turkeys are legally harvested, accumulating over 27,000 registered birds. Click on the interactive map above to search our Wild Turkey Records database.
A bull elk harvested by a Seward girl in September is not only the new non-typical record for Nebraska, it also ranks 16th in the all-time world records maintained by the Boone and Crockett Club In 2016, a Tennessee man shot a huge whitetail buck. The rack was measured as 47 points, giving the score of 312 and three-eighths, reported USA Today . That was slated to be a world record for the non-typical category, although official certification wouldn't take place until 2019 Meanwhile, a new world record non-typical buck was certified and placed in the record books. The deer had been killed by Stephen Tucker from Sumner County, Tennessee, and had 47 non-typical points. The record would not last long because of a buck killed by Luke Brewster from Virginia B&C's world-record non-typical, a 44-pointer scoring 333 7/8, was picked up in 1981 in St. Louis County, Missouri. With any monster buck, rumors fly, one reason Greuel checked Brewster's
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 With a final score of 327 7/8″, the buck was confirmed as the new P&Y World Record non-typical whitetail. (Photos courtesy Pope and Young Club) The previous record-holder was shot by Michael. The current world record buck, killed in Iowa in 2003, is 307 5/8 inches. Boone & Crockett requires a 60-day drying period during which the antlers of Tucker's deer could shrink below world record status, TWRA said, but he's almost certain to break the Tennessee non-typical record of 244 3/8 inches, which came from a buck also killed in.
Mule Deer, Elk and Western Big Game Hunting Articles and Stories -- MonsterMuleys.com. Wyoming State Record Whitetail. Bob Beeman's Wyoming whitetail officially scored 262 1/8 Boone & Crockett. It is the new Wyoming state record non-typical. It is also SCI's World Record overall at 281 1/8. In July 1997, Bob Beeman, an Arizona resident, was. Nov 1, 2013 - Missouri Monarch: The World Record Non-Typical Whitetail Buck. Nov 1, 2013 - Missouri Monarch: The World Record Non-Typical Whitetail Buck. Pinterest. Today. Explore. When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures In the backwoods of Canada, Dennis Bennett, set a new world record after downing a non-typical mule deer with a bow and arrow in the Arm River area of Saskatchewan on Oct. 1, 2018.. Bennett, a bow.