What is the biggest buck killed in Indiana?

What is the biggest buck killed in Indiana?

The current Indiana state record for a typical whitetail is 195 ⅝ inches, taken by Dave Roberts in 1985. If authorities verify this buck at 212 inches after the drying period, it will break a record that has stood for 36 years by almost 17 inches.

What is the heaviest whitetail deer ever recorded?

#1 Heaviest Buck Ever Shot: The Annett Buck, 1977. From what we can gather, the heaviest whitetail ever shot was killed by a bow-hunter, John Annett of Ontario, in 1977. The deer field dressed 431 pounds on government-certified scales. That would have given it an estimated live weight of more than 540 pounds.

Where was Dustin Huff buck killed?

Dustin Huff with the record-setting buck he shot with a crossbow in Decatur County. Huff may have the next big country hit on his hands, to go along with his record buck and why not? Right now, he feels like he’s the luckiest guy there is.

What is the New Brunswick provincial record whitetail buck?

While hunting near Upper Kingsclear in New Brunswick, Canada, Bill McIntire was able to get the drop on a buck that became the New Brunswick Provincial Record whitetail buck. The massive brute grossed 230 5/8 inches and featured 18 scorable points. GET THE NEWSLETTER Join the List and Never Miss a Thing.

Is this New Brunswick’s biggest non-typical buck?

This non-typical whitetail is perhaps the biggest non-typical buck taken in New Brunswick in the last decade or more! When anyone looks at the photograph of this buck, it’s hard to say anything, except “Wow!”

What is the biggest whitetail deer in the world?

8 Great World-Record Typical Whitetail Deer. 1 1. Mystery New Brunswick Buck. 2 2. The Henderson Coquat Buck. 3 3. The Roosevelt Luckey Buck. 4 4. The Lloyd Goad Buck. 5 5. The John Breen Buck.

Is New Brunswick’s whitetail herd in dire straits?

As mentioned at the outset of our journey, the whitetail herd in New Brunswick is in dire straits, and we need to do all we can to promote the recovery through ethical pursuit and proper conservation.