Question: Who Killed The World Record Whitetail Deer?

Who has killed the most 200 inch deer?

Deer & Deer Hunting readers might remember Steve Esker.

We have featured him in the magazine, and he is becoming a regular household name among antler geeks.

Well, he’s done it again..

Where was the biggest whitetail buck killed?

The current record for the largest typical rack belongs to a deer shot in Saskatchewan, Canada by Milo N. Hanson in 1993. Totaling 213 5/8 points, this largely symmetrical, 14-point rack is impressive to behold. This deer took first place from a 10-point Wisconsin buck, shot by James Jordan.

How big is a 150 class buck?

In the case of this buck, the main beam is significantly longer than the ear and eye to nose tip measurements combined. Combined the reference points equal 14-16 inches, so this deer can easily be estimated to have a 19-20 inch main beam measurement.

What is the oldest whitetail deer ever killed?

Matson’s Lab has been aging mammals for over three decades. Most state, federal and private management agencies use their services, and from 1978 to October 2010, Matson’s had aged 206,253 white-tailed deer from across North America. Of all these, the oldest came from North Carolina and was 19 years old.

What is the heaviest whitetail deer ever killed?

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.

How big is a 140 class buck?

In the case of this buck, the main beam is significantly longer than the ear and eye to nose tip measurements combined. Combined the reference points equal 14-16 inches, so this deer can easily be estimated to have a 19-20 inch main beam measurement.

Who shot the biggest buck in the world?

That made it the highest-scoring buck ever shot by a hunter. The previous record, 307 ⅝, was set in Iowa in 2003 by 15-year-old Tony Lovstuen, also with a muzzleloader. The biggest rack ever measured was 333 ⅞ on a deer in Missouri, but that was a pickup, or found deer, not one shot by a hunter.

Where was the world record whitetail killed?

The current P&Y world record was taken by Michael Beatty from Green County, Ohio, in 2000, scoring 294 points. The second-largest on record is a deer taken in 1962 in Nebraska by Del Austin with a score of 279-7/8.

What is the biggest deer killed in the world?

Missouri Monarch This buck is known as the Missouri Monarch. A mature Missouri buck that showcased some serious head gear that totaled up to a staggering 333 7/8 inches, making it the largest scored whitetail ever. The B&C world record was found by a hunter in St. Louis County, Missouri, back in 1981.

What is the most points ever found on a buck?

The current record, held by Stephen Tucker from Tennessee, is a 47-point buck. Tucker shot his buck with a muzzleloader in 2016, and Szableswki bagged his buck during Illinois’ shotgun season, in mid-November.

What does a 125 class buck look like?

A 125 inch buck will have at least two tines (not including the brow tines) that are at least seven or eight inches long. Again, let the ears tell the story for you. A whitetail’s ears are usually six to eight inches long. Compare the tines to the ears and you will have a general estimate of tine length.

What is considered a trophy buck?

Some score as low as 126 inches while others score in excess of 162 inches. … For the hunter that hasn t been in the presence of a 125 inch Pope and Young Deer, it may take only a 125 inch deer to be a trophy. For the guy that thinks a whitetail buck must score 170 inches or better to be worthy of harvest then so be it.