Don’t let its name fool you; Buffalo County is all about the deer and has been ranked by Boone & Crocket as United States’ top county for trophy white-tails.
Where is the best place to hunt big bucks?
Here’s a rundown of where to go in the top 10 states that over the last decade produced the greatest number of whitetail B&C entries.
- Wisconsin. Wisconsin is easily the top producer of B&C whitetails. …
- Kentucky. …
- Ohio. …
- Indiana. …
- Iowa. …
- Minnesota. …
- Illinois. …
How many bucks can I kill in Wisconsin?
You are allowed one antlered deer per “deer harvest authorization” according to Wisconsin’s regulations. Basically that means you can take a buck with firearm and another with bow. Wisconsin keeps tags weapons specific, so hunters are not allowed to use a bow tag on a buck via firearms and vice versa.
What is the biggest whitetail buck ever killed?
What’s more, the Brewster buck is also now the largest whitetail ever killed by a hunter anywhere in the world, topping Stephen Tucker’s 47-point Tennessee monarch , a Nov. 2016 buck that scored 312 0/8 inches.
What state has most deer?
How Many Deer Are In the United States?
- Georgia: Deer population around 1.2 million.
- Oklahoma: Deer population around 500,000.
- Colorado: Deer population around 25,000.
- Iowa: Deer population around 400,000.
- South Dakota: Deer population around 300,000.
- Alabama: Deer population around 1.8 million.
Is it illegal to shoot an albino deer in Wisconsin?
Albino and all-white deer are protected and cannot be hunted in Wisconsin, but piebald deer, which are white with brown spots, are legal to take. (In Minnesota, it is legal to shoot an albino deer, but not an albino bear.)