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Big Game Hunting => Deer Hunting => Topic started by: Michael on February 01, 2019, 08:51:41 AM

Title: New Non Typical World Record!!!
Post by: Michael on February 01, 2019, 08:51:41 AM
Anyone seen this Buck yet?   :shocked:

Dennis Bennet and his deer (Photo Courtesy of Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation)

The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation announced Monday that a new provincial and world record was set for an non-typical mule deer last hunting season in Saskatchewan.

Dennis Bennett was bow hunting in the RM of Arm River this past October and bagged a mule deer which antlers scored 293 6/8 using the official Henry Kelsey guidelines. That score set a provincial record. They then used the Pope and Young score method - which requires a 60 day drying period for the animal and only accepts archery submissions - the antlers set a new world record with a score of 291 1/8.

Bennet's score beats the previous record of 290, which was harvested in the 1920s by Nelson Clark. Saskatchewan now holds the record for the largest non-typical mule deer, and the highest scored typical white tail

https://discovermoosejaw.com/local/saskatchewan-resident-bags-provincial-world-record-mule-deer
Title: Re: New Non Typical World Record!!!
Post by: stillhunter on February 03, 2019, 09:17:01 AM
 :shocked:
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