Posts Tagged ‘potential state record whitetails’

Kevin Petrzilka’s Nebraska buck green scored it as a typical that Grossed 226 4/8, his net was 216 3/8. If he stays as a typical, because there is a concern that his G3’s may count as non-typical, he will rank near the top in the world. Milo Hanson’s world record Typical is 213” and Nebraska’s #1 typical is 199”.


Brian Inda arrowed this buck.The buck has a typical rack of 12 points. It has a green gross score of 198 2/8 inches and a net of 188 2/8. The buck is a potential state record for a typical whitetail taken with archery equipment.


This Pratt COunty Kansas typical will likely be the new state record. It green scores 205 and the current state record is 196. This buck was killed on December 2, the opening day of the 2010 rifle season.

2010 has been a great year for top end bucks. Here are some examples of a few bucks that are contending for state records. They have to wait the official 60-day drying period and be officially scored, but each of thes bucks are in the running and they are some impressive representations of the best that a whitetail deer can produce. Antlers are the frastest form of growth known, and they can grow as much as an incha day. These are the top of the chart! There are more coming up, including a potential state record from Iowa, which is unbelieveable, and a huge typical from Mississippi, a state not known for producing big bucks, but it produced a couple Magnums this year,

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