What Is The Heaviest Whitetail Deer On Record?

What state kills the most deer?

Here’s a rundown of where to go in the top 10 states that over the last decade produced the greatest number of whitetail B&C entries.Wisconsin.

Wisconsin is easily the top producer of B&C whitetails.

Kentucky.

Ohio.

Indiana.

Iowa.

Minnesota.

Illinois.

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What is the biggest deer ever recorded?

16-18. The largest buck on record now is a 47-point buck taken by a Tennessee hunter in 2016, according to the Tennessean. Stephen Tucker of Gallatin, Tennessee, shot that buck in Sumner County with a muzzleloader rifle, the newspaper reported.

How heavy can a whitetail deer get?

Male: 68 kgAdult, In SummerFemale: 45 kgAdult, In SummerWhite-tailed deer/Mass

What is the oldest whitetail deer ever killed?

Of all these, the oldest came from North Carolina and was 19 years old. Their records don’t list the sex, but it was likely a doe. Similarly, their oldest mule deer was 20 and oldest black-tailed deer was 22. (Update: We’ve learned that in 2013, Matson’s aged a wild Louisiana whitetail doe at 22 years.)

What is the widest whitetail buck ever killed?

The Jerry Bryant Buck This buck catches most deer hunters’ attention because of the picket-fence-looking rows of irregular tines across each of its long main beams. But its 291-1/8-inch Boone and Crockett score that places it among the biggest hunter-killed whitetails ever is also pretty impressive.

Can you tell how big a buck is by a rub?

You know that bigger bucks tend to rub bigger trees, and you’re probably aware that a buck travels in the direction facing the rubbed side of a tree. But there’s more to be gleaned from a savaged sapling. The right rub can tell you the size of a buck’s rack, whether he has any beauty points, and how to hunt him.