Oklahoma Record Book Whitetail Bucks

Oklahoma Record Book Whitetail Bucks
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Record Non-typical: A whitetail buck taken in 2004 by Mike Crossland is the number one non-typical deer in the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Cy Curtis Program Record Book.

The buck, which was harvested during the regular deer gun season, scored 248 and 6/8 Boone and Crockett (B&C) points. The deer was taken in Tillman County.

Oklahoma Record Book Whitetail Bucks
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Record Typical: The 16-point whitetail taken (above) in November, 1997 by bowhunter Larry Luman from Atoka is the number one typical deer in the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Cy Curtis Program Record Book.

The white-tailed buck, which was harvested just prior to the regular deer gun season, scored 185 and 6/8 Boone and Crockett points and weighed 160-pounds. The buck grossed 208 B&C points but had almost 14 points of deductions because the antlers were not symmetrical.

The deer was taken in southern Oklahoma in Bryan County.


5 Replies to “Oklahoma Record Book Whitetail Bucks”

  1. My son killed a 11 point with his bow in 2008 in Oklahoma he was 17 years old then. It offically grossed 153 6/8 and netted 142 4/8. Is their a list of top bow kills for 2008 and where would his deer be on that list for that year?

  2. I killed a nice 10 point with my rifle last year on public land in Oklahoma. He net scored 146 inches. At the time I was only 12. Where could I get him officially scored?

  3. I killed a a huge 19 point non-typical buck with my 30-06 during youth rifle this year. It’s gross score was 179 and net score was 168 inches.

  4. Well, I’m sure there was and possibly still is there, but the score that a buck has to have to enter as Pope and Young is 125 inches.

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