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Kentucky’s Biggest Typical from 2007

April 24, 2008 by  
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As of this posting this is the biggest known typical from the 2007 Kentucky Deer Season.

This buck is very impressive in several different aspects, fist it comes from a county in Eastern Kentucky where there have only been two other typicals entered into the Boone & Crockett book. This will make the third typical entry from that county and the largest typical ever taken in that county.

While scoring at many different regional deer classics we see many 12 pointers, but not many with a true 6×6 configuration. Kelly Ison and myself scored this buck yesterday for Boone & Crockett and the rack had a gross score of 189″ and ended up with a net score of 180 4/8″.

Some quick numbers on this rack –

Main beams are over 25″
Inside spread is alittle over 21″
Mass circumference at the bases are over 5″
Longest tine scores over 10″

Well, no better way to hear about the hunt than to listen to the hunter himself tell it. For our first Trophy Profile here is Tom Oaks and his buck.


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