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hunteatsleep
02-18-2005, 09:54 AM
Does any one have a list or know where I may find one of the biggest bucks taken in each county? I took nice buck in Menifee Co and have never heard of any big ones coming from there before.

mj_138
02-18-2005, 02:09 PM
Were at in Meniffee did you take that big buck, I hunt a farm down there !!!!

screamin6x6
02-18-2005, 04:16 PM
I don't know where you can find that information now but that information will be easy to get once the Bluegrass Big Bucks Club gets up and rolling before too long. Maybe you should post a thread on the BBBC public forum below to contact the scorer for your area and get your buck measured.

hunteatsleep
02-20-2005, 06:13 AM
I took him on the DBNF.

I took him to the strader show and got him scored there and he came in at 159 B&C, one inch short of the record book. I did enter him in the BBBC book though.

gun hunter
02-20-2005, 11:10 AM
Check the Ky. Fish and Wildlife site.They usually have a list of the biggest bucks from the previous year in the hunting guide.Maybe they will have a list somewhere.

skin_dog1
02-20-2005, 11:27 AM
If you can get a copy of the B&C records look there. They will have county of harvest. Soon you'll be able to check the BBBC for all that info.

buckfever
02-21-2005, 08:42 AM
I took him on the DBNF.

I took him to the strader show and got him scored there and he came in at 159 B&C, one inch short of the record book. I did enter him in the BBBC book though.

Never hunted DBNF for deer, but was down in Jackson County on the border hunting grouse last week and saw several very nice rubs. One rub was on an 8" cedar and was part of a pretty good line. I was thinking that the deer was probably a pretty good sized one for the area. I'd bet 159" is pretty high up the charts for that area. Great deer anywhere though. Did you get him w/ a bow?

hunteatsleep
02-21-2005, 02:16 PM
I searched all over KDFWR and B&C and couldn't find anything. B&C has a list but you have to join the club and it costs 50 bucks. I don't need to know that bad. Information is getting to be like everything else, too damn high! Guess thats why I'm a dumb ass, can't afford to be smart:p

WBBP
02-21-2005, 03:44 PM
I am a memeber and can get it. Do you all just want the top 50 counties in ky for B/C bucks?

K

Bowcrazy
02-21-2005, 06:21 PM
Associate membership in Boone and Crockett is $25 a year. You can purchase a whitetail only records book for less than $50 and you don't have to be a member.

Gobblergetter2.1
02-21-2005, 08:15 PM
If you can, please get a list of the top 50 counties from B&C or all the countys or something. I just would like to know what all was killed last year:D

hunteatsleep
02-22-2005, 07:42 AM
If you can get I would like to know what the biggest ever taken in Menifee Co. is.

WBBP
02-22-2005, 09:09 AM
Typical Whitetail taken from 1950 to 2004


1. Wisconsin 489

2. Iowa typical whitetail deer 463

3. Illinois typical whitetail deer 461

4. Minnesota typical whitetail deer 374

5. Saskatchewan typical whitetail deer 357

6. Kentucky typical whitetail deer 268

7. Missouri typical whitetail deer 256

8. Ohio typical whitetail deer 235

9. Texas typical whitetail deer 212

10. Alberta

WBBP
02-22-2005, 09:10 AM
TOP 50 COUNTIES FOR B/C TYPICAL BUCKS SINCE 1950-2004

1. Kentucky Christian County, KY typical whitetail deer 14

2. Kentucky Ohio County, KY typical whitetail deer 13

3. Kentucky Hart County, KY typical whitetail deer 12

4. Kentucky Butler County, KY typical whitetail deer 9

5. Kentucky Lewis County, KY typical whitetail deer 9

6. Kentucky Henderson County, KY typical whitetail deer 8

7. Kentucky Hopkins County, KY typical whitetail deer 8

8. Kentucky Muhlenberg County, KY typical whitetail deer 8

9. Kentucky Logan County, KY typical whitetail deer 7

10. Kentucky Breckinridge County, KY typical whitetail deer 6

11. Kentucky Grayson County, KY typical whitetail deer 6

12. Kentucky Marion County, KY typical whitetail deer 6

13. Kentucky Pulaski County, KY typical whitetail deer 6

14. Kentucky Todd County, KY typical whitetail deer 6

15. Kentucky Wayne County, KY typical whitetail deer 6

16. Kentucky Meade County, KY typical whitetail deer 5

17. Kentucky Pendleton County, KY typical whitetail deer 5

18. Kentucky Rockcastle County, KY typical whitetail deer 5

19. Kentucky Union County, KY typical whitetail deer 5

20. Kentucky Bullitt County, KY typical whitetail deer 4

21. Kentucky Casey County, KY typical whitetail deer 4

22. Kentucky Crittenden County, KY typical whitetail deer 4

23. Kentucky Edmonson County, KY typical whitetail deer 4

24. Kentucky Hardin County, KY typical whitetail deer 4

25. Kentucky Harrison County, KY typical whitetail deer 4

26. Kentucky Kenton County, KY typical whitetail deer 4

27. Kentucky Oldham County, KY typical whitetail deer 4

28. Kentucky Adair County, KY typical whitetail deer 3

29. Kentucky Jefferson County, KY typical whitetail deer 3

30. Kentucky Lyon County, KY typical whitetail deer 3

31. Kentucky McLean County, KY typical whitetail deer 3

32. Kentucky Metcalfe County, KY typical whitetail deer 3

33. Kentucky Spencer County, KY typical whitetail deer 3

34. Kentucky Trigg County, KY typical whitetail deer 3

35. Kentucky Webster County, KY typical whitetail deer 3

36. Kentucky Whitley County, KY typical whitetail deer 3

37. Kentucky Ballard County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

38. Kentucky Barren County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

39. Kentucky Boone County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

40. Kentucky Boyle County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

41. Kentucky Caldwell County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

42. Kentucky Garrard County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

43. Kentucky Graves County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

44. Kentucky Henry County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

45. Kentucky Jessamine County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

46. Kentucky Larue County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

47. Kentucky Perry County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

48. Kentucky Russell County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

49. Kentucky Shelby County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

50. Kentucky Warren County, KY typical whitetail deer 2

WBBP
02-22-2005, 09:13 AM
1. Kentucky Lewis County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 8

2. Kentucky Hardin County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 7

3. Kentucky Breckinridge County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 6

4. Kentucky Hopkins County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 6

5. Kentucky Hart County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 5

6. Kentucky Logan County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 5

7. Kentucky McCreary County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 5

8. Kentucky Grayson County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 4

9. Kentucky Henderson County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 4

10. Kentucky Todd County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 4

11. Kentucky Trigg County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 4

12. Kentucky Webster County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 4

13. Kentucky Butler County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 3

14. Kentucky Christian County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 3

15. Kentucky Pulaski County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 3

16. Kentucky Whitley County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 3

17. Kentucky Allen County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

18. Kentucky Barren County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

19. Kentucky Breathitt County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

20. Kentucky Caldwell County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

21. Kentucky Carlisle County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

22. Kentucky Carter County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

23. Kentucky Casey County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

24. Kentucky Edmonson County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

25. Kentucky Franklin County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

26. Kentucky Garrard County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

27. Kentucky Grant County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

28. Kentucky Livingston County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

29. Kentucky Marion County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

30. Kentucky Metcalfe County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

31. Kentucky Morgan County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

32. Kentucky Trimble County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

33. Kentucky Warren County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

34. Kentucky Wayne County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 2

35. Kentucky Bath County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

36. Kentucky Bell County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

37. Kentucky Breckenridge, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

38. Kentucky Calloway County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

39. Kentucky Cumberland County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

40. Kentucky Estill County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

41. Kentucky Fayette County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

42. Kentucky Gallatin County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

43. Kentucky Graves County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

44. Kentucky Greenup County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

45. Kentucky Harlan County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

46. Kentucky Henry County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

47. Kentucky Hickman County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

48. Kentucky Jessamine County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

49. Kentucky Johnson County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

50. Kentucky Knox County, KY non-typical whitetail deer 1

WBBP
02-22-2005, 09:39 AM
1. Illinois typical whitetail deer 369

2. Wisconsin typical whitetail deer 337

3. Iowa typical whitetail deer 311

4. Saskatchewan typical whitetail deer 258

5. Kentucky typical whitetail deer 208

6. Ohio typical whitetail deer 186

7. Missouri typical whitetail deer 182

8. Kansas typical whitetail deer 153

9. Minnesota typical whitetail deer 139

10. Alberta typical whitetail deer 137

11. Indiana typical whitetail deer 117

12. Texas typical whitetail deer 117

13. Michigan typical whitetail deer 62

14. Nebraska typical whitetail deer 61

15. Georgia

WBBP
02-22-2005, 09:42 AM
1. Illinois non-typical whitetail deer 253

2. Iowa non-typical whitetail deer 183

3. Wisconsin non-typical whitetail deer 120

4. Kansas non-typical whitetail deer 109

5. Saskatchewan non-typical whitetail deer 109

6. Kentucky non-typical whitetail deer 103

7. Minnesota non-typical whitetail deer 92

8. Ohio non-typical whitetail deer 91

9. Missouri non-typical whitetail deer 90

10. Alberta non-typical whitetail deer 86

11. Indiana non-typical whitetail deer 61

12. Texas non-typical whitetail deer 51

13. Oklahoma non-typical whitetail deer 45

14. Michigan non-typical whitetail deer 29

15. Nebraska non-typical whitetail deer 28

skin_dog1
02-22-2005, 02:33 PM
Thanks K! Sounds unlikey that in one season grayson county will produce nearly as many B&C as the have in the last 54 years. I guess anything is possible. I do think this will be a record year. That is if all the ones I've seen are entered. I saw 3 B&C at one taxidermist last week, all from this season. One was the 207 from Barren County, another was a 160+ 8 pointer and then a big 10. One of those was from Hart county but I don't remember where the other came from, maybe metcalf. I'm gonna get back up there to do some measuring and take pics. I'm pretty sure I'll be getting all of those to enter in the BBBC.

WBBP
02-22-2005, 03:15 PM
Skindog: If Grayson County had that many over 170" typical and and 195 non-typical, then they must have been killed on Multi's farm there in Caneyville :eek:

I could be wrong, but I think KY will have fewer B/C "all time" record bucks than last year, so I guess I disagree with you. We should know pretty soon though.

Thanks, K

Multidigits
02-22-2005, 04:13 PM
Rumors of big deer always out number the ones that actually measure up. I'll go with K, less than last year by about half.

hwright
02-22-2005, 05:03 PM
WBBP, thanks for posting that. That was interesting. HEATH

skin_dog1
02-22-2005, 06:24 PM
I don't think Grayson county had anywhere near 8 B&C this season, although they did have some real nice deer killed. I do think that as many if not more booners will come from KY this season as last. Remember, the numbers that KDFWR put out are for the awards book not alltime so the min are 160 and 185. Alot of deer fall in that categoty. I guess those numbers will be out pretty soon.

ken w
02-22-2005, 08:04 PM
ky 2003 season 55 b&c class bucks , i dont have the total for 2004 yet
dont know how many were actually entered in b&c but all scored high enough
7 over 170 in grayson co 3 over 180 saw a few of the grayson co deer a 193 came off our lease and we mounted a few more

WBBP
02-22-2005, 08:19 PM
KenW: Well, if anyone should know about Grayson County, it should be you. I am going to be really interested to see how this season turns out. Sounds like you all had a great season up there, inspite of your brother :eek:

K

Multidigits
02-22-2005, 08:52 PM
ky 2003 season 55 b&c class bucks , i dont have the total for 2004 yet
dont know how many were actually entered in b&c but all scored high enough
7 over 170 in grayson co 3 over 180 saw a few of the grayson co deer a 193 came off our lease and we mounted a few more

Was the 193 killed on your lease?

skin_dog1
02-22-2005, 11:36 PM
Ken, are those all net typical scores?

hunteatsleep
02-23-2005, 06:45 AM
Nothing from Menifee Co. So I could have the biggest deer ever reported taken in that county.

Multidigits
02-23-2005, 08:04 AM
Nothing from Menifee Co. So I could have the biggest deer ever reported taken in that county.

could be....who knows???? It's doubtfull that with a lot of deer never being scored, and with Ky. having a completely different system for a lot of years that you will ever find out. I'd asked your CO and the maybe John Phillips about it.

Multidigits
02-23-2005, 08:39 AM
There are 630 typical whitetail deer entries and 48 non-typical whitetail deer entries in the Pope and Young Club Records Program from Kentucky.

ken w
02-23-2005, 11:49 AM
skin dog ,both typical and nontypical, the 193 was off our place,and one of our bowhunters missed a 200 class this past season we got him on film a few times the past few years , we may never see him agian, and hows things going at biggerstaff wbbp i sent a rifle hunter your way

hunteatsleep
02-23-2005, 01:37 PM
Multi, how can I get in touch with Phillips?

Multidigits
02-23-2005, 01:45 PM
You might contact Kent Cooper by PM on here and ask him if he has his email address?

hunteatsleep
02-23-2005, 01:47 PM
Thanks Multi, I'll give it a try.

Gobblergetter2.1
02-23-2005, 04:43 PM
In '95, at my dads lease, they found a skull of a buck that had died from blue tounge... Scored 195 3/8ths. We never entered him into the book or had him mounted. The guy that found it is still the owner of the skull (from what we know). I wish I'd been there. I would have had them enter it into the book:D I would post a pic of the buck, but i still cant figure out how, lol.

Thanks for the info!!!

skin_dog1
02-23-2005, 07:49 PM
Ken, you have to fess up some pics! Sounds like you guys had a great season. Are you an outfitter?
skin dog ,both typical and nontypical, the 193 was off our place,and one of our bowhunters missed a 200 class this past season we got him on film a few times the past few years , we may never see him agian, and hows things going at biggerstaff wbbp i sent a rifle hunter your way

ken w
02-24-2005, 08:26 AM
yes , and when i get time i will post some pics, you can check out our website
www.buckcountryoutfitters.com

skin_dog1
02-24-2005, 04:22 PM
thanks. Kalen had sent me the link. Looks like a real nice outfit. I'm gonna PM you later tonight. I have some questions about some of your ventures. Thanks.

MammothCaveHunter
02-24-2005, 05:32 PM
Does anyone know about the huge typical main frame 8 point with 8, yes 8 drops from Grayson? Supposedly this old man killed it and took it to the taxidermist to have it mounted and made him intrust not to show it to anyone as then someone might find out where it came from. And if it came from where he normally hunts it's just outside millerstown. (close to the Buck Country Lease- and that's why he didn't want anyone knowing) This info came from somone who walked into the taxidermy shop while he was caping out the deer, so some may be accurate and some not. But after talking to the Taxidermist, and I gaurantee he has probably mounted more deer than almost anyone in Ky, he said that it was by far the most impressive deer he had seen in a long time, not by score, but sheer size. Possibly 205.