What may be the biggest whitetail deer ever harvested by a hunter was taken August 25 at the Apple Creek Whitetail Ranch in Gillett, Wisconsin. The 4 1/2-year-old buck was shot by Apple Creek’s owner, Scott Follett, and green scored 547 inches. There is a 60-day drying period required before the buck can get a certified score, but it is looking very much like it will be the next world record. After the required 60-day drying period, the buck will go down in the books with a certified score of 610 2/8.
Apple Creek 610" Whitetail: New Record
By Kyle Rawlings 6 years ago
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