Marvel over some of the most extraordinary whitetails ever discovered and the real stories behind them!
The unbelievable Ohio non-typical got his name from a small hole that pierces through one of the large drop tines on the right main beam. The buck’s antlers score an incredible 328 2/8 non-typical points.
Boone & Crockett officially lists the
In 1914, Jim Jordan killed an enormous white-tailed deer scoring 206 1/8 which eventually became the “World Record” typical white-tailed deer. In an interesting chain of events, Jordan lost possession of the head for 50 years.
Even though the deer surfaced
Few other stories in whitetail-hunting history can equal this one for sheer excitement, disappointment, and final glory. Fittingly, the buck that resulted from all this effort is in a class by itself, the one-time world record Non-Typical archery whitetail.
Known as the “Rag Horn” buck, Larry Raveling’s awesome non-typical is one of the most classic ever taken. This buck scores 282 0/8 and stood for 30 years as the Iowa state record non-typical.
The story is rather amazing in that
Wayne Bills was relatively new to the sport of deer hunting. He had never shot a deer but agreed to go hunting with some friends in the fall of 1974. It was the old story of being in the right
Bowhunting is full of numerous stories about giant whitetails, but no other typical white-tailed deer harvested by an archer has ever eclipsed this monster taken by Mel Johnson in 1965 from Illinois. Mel shot this magnificent buck using a re-curve
On a cold November evening in 1965, this monster buck met his death at the front end of an unsuspecting farmer’s automobile on his way home. Conservation warden Jim Twitchell and other witnesses were amazed at the size of this
This exceptional buck has a non-typical Boone & Crockett score of 256 1/8. The antlers have 27 points and an outside spread of 24″. The second point on the left main beam is 18 5/8″ long, one of the longest
In 1918, Mr. John Breen of Funkley, Minnesota, harvested a tremendous buck which many historians believe is the greatest typical whitetail buck of all time. The monster 5×5 has a Boone & Crockett score of 202 0/8, but that is
Taken in 1957, the Kohler buck remains Saskatchewan’s largest non-typical whitetail buck ever harvested by a hunter. It is exceptionally massive and scores a very impressive 265 3/8 non-typical Boone & Crockett points.
The big 31 pointer has circumferences that average
James Rath grew up on a 350-acre farm in south-central Minnesota. Jim’s dad had seen a monster buck in one particular patch of woods on the farm. The two-day November season arrived, and the hunt began.
The first day was uneventful.
There are many great 10-point bucks in this world, but very few can match this tremendous buck for size and classic beauty. Mr. Kent Petry harvested this legendary monster on a bitterly cold November morning in 1966, and to this