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World Record Whitetails A Complete History of the Number One Bucks of All Time by Gordon Whittington

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Published by Safari Press .
Written in English


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  • Sports,
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  • Hunting - General

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Number of Pages245
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8731586M
ISBN 101571572619
ISBN 109781571572615

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In addition to his magazine and television duties, Gordon has contributed to a number of books, including the Legendary Whitetails series. He authored World Record Whitetails: A Complete History of the No. 1 Bucks of All Time and with noted researcher Dr. James Kroll co-authored The Art & Science of Patterning Whitetails.5/5(1).   Through a series of odd happenings detailed in Gordon Whittington’s fascinating book World Record Whitetails (), Jordan would not .   Womack has a better shot at claiming the new world record for a typical whitetail taken with archery equipment. That record belongs to Mel Johnson and has stood since Mel’s Perfect 6×6 Illinois deer scored inches. Even if he can’t reach the Hanson or Johnson buck, Womack will likely beat the current Oklahoma typical record of inches.   In , Prentiss N. Gray, a long-time Club member, authored the Club’s first big-game records book titled, Records of North American Big Game. It was published under the auspices of the National Collection of Heads and Horns, New York Zoological Society. The measurements were quite simple, the length of skull, or the longer antler or horn, plus a basal circumference.

  While it still would have been a new world record nontypical harvested by a hunter, being able to include it in the overall measurement of /8 inches and 39 points means it far surpasses the next-largest hunter-harvested nontypical whitetail, a point, inch buck taken by Stephen Tucker with a muzzleloader in Sumner County, Tennessee. Online Records. Online record-breaking opens up a world of possibilities, allowing you to connect with audiences in multiple locations. There is a wide variety of record titles to choose from and they can be attempted across a broad range of platforms. Find out more. The first formal recognition of outstanding North American big game trophies by the Boone and Crockett Club was in its records book, Records of North American Big Game. Compared to today's record books it included relatively few specimens that were listed by simple criteria of length and spread of horns, antlers or skulls.   It is official, there’s a new world record whitetail buck in the books and it comes from Sumner County, Tennessee. Gallatin resident Stephen Tucker, 27, .

  The previous record, ⅝, was set in Iowa in by year-old Tony Lovstuen, also with a muzzleloader. The biggest rack ever measured was ⅞ on a . World Record Whitetails When you book your stay with X Factor Whitetails, you’re not just signing up for a hunt. You’re chasing your shot at glory: a chance to see your name printed in the Safari Club International record books. For us, the quest for big whitetail deer is the name of the game – literally.   That deer turned out to be the new Boone & Crockett record whitetail and shattered the previous record held by James Jordan by over 7". With an almost perfectly symmetrical rack that resulted in very few deductions, Milo Hanson's buck has stood as the biggest typical whitetail deer in the Boone & Crockett record book for over 20 years. To make it into the world record book for Pope & Young, the total inches for a typical deer must be " or more, and for a non typical deer the total must be " or more. Boone & Crocket world record whitetails are " for the typical deer and " for the non typical. Honest Records.