- 1 How do you score a whitetail?
- 2 What is a good score for a buck?
- 3 How big is a 140 class buck?
- 4 What state produces the most Boone and Crockett bucks?
- 5 Is a 140 inch buck big?
- 6 What is a 150 inch buck?
- 7 What is an average whitetail buck score?
- 8 What is a 10 point buck?
- 9 How many inches can a buck grow in a year?
- 10 What is the difference between atypical and non typical buck?
- 11 How big is a trophy buck?
- 12 What is the heaviest whitetail deer ever killed?
- 13 What is the world record 8 point whitetail?
How do you score a whitetail?
Scoring whitetail deer – How to score a buck
- Measure the main beams of the antlers.
- Measure the inside spread of the main beams.
- Take the tine or “G” measurements.
- Take the circumference or “H” measurements.
- Take a measurement of abnormal points.
What is a good score for a buck?
A two to four inch brow tine is fairly typical. Five to six inches is excellent. The second point (called the G-2) is another key area in determining a buck’s score. Good bucks will have at least seven or eight inch second points.
How big is a 140 class buck?
This measurement is around 7-8 inches. After you have referenced your initial measurements you will be ready to start field scoring the buck. Take a look at the picture above to memorize the reference points.
What state produces the most Boone and Crockett bucks?
Boone and Crockett’s Top Whitetail States
- #1 – Wisconsin. Wisconsin is the #1 ranked state with 1,822 total entries and six counties in the top 20 U.S. counties with the most records produced.
- #2 – Illinois.
- #3 – Iowa.
- #4 – Minnesota.
- #5 – Ohio.
- #6 – Kentucky.
- #7 – Missouri.
- #8 – Kansas.
Is a 140 inch buck big?
a 140″ 8 point is a BIG buck.
What is a 150 inch buck?
By comparison, most hunters consider a buck whose antlers score 120 inches in B&C system to be desirable. A 140-inch buck is a slammer, and a 150 is the buck of a lifetime for about 99 percent of today’s hunters.
What is an average whitetail buck score?
Studies show that 8-point bucks are the most common, making up 50 percent of antlered deer in all mature buck age classes. Is an 8-point that may be average to many hunters your perfect buck?
What is a 10 point buck?
A buck with two standing normal points per side is an 8-pointer, one with three standing points is a 10-pointer, and so on.
How many inches can a buck grow in a year?
Spurred by hormones and excess nutrition, antlers grow from March through late August. Demarais said antlers can grow about 1/8 inch daily for yearlings and about 1/4 inches daily for adult bucks. That’s as much as 1½ inches per week for adults!
What is the difference between atypical and non typical buck?
Typical means the antlers have antler points in the typical locations where points are found and the conformation on the buck’s rack are typical in nature. Nontypical white-tailed buck antlers, on the other hand, are sets of antlers that do not look normal.
How big is a trophy buck?
For the novice whitetail deer hunter a forkhorn might be a trophy. 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.
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.
What is the world record 8 point whitetail?
The current world-record typical 8 is 180-3/8 inches. To view a photo of Sanders with the deer, click on this link. This photo began circulating on the Internet earlier this year. — Did you kill a buck last year that you want to mount on a plaque?