Clayton Miller’s massive ram is now the largest hunter-killed bighorn sheep with both Pope and Young and Boone and Crockett.
Pope and Young Club
Official entry score of 320-5/8 makes it only the fifth hunter-taken nontypical whitetail to exceed 300 inches in history.
The Pope & Young Club announced that a Coues deer taken by Wesley Ely of Wilcox, Ariz., in August 2017 in Arizona has tied the non-typical world record for the species. The buck, which was shot in velvet and stripped prior to the official measurement on May 19 in Phoenix, scored 139-2/8, tying the existing P&Y mark. “It all began…
(Pope and Young Club photos) Pope and Young Club world records were on display at the club’s 30th biennial convention earlier this month in St. Louis, Mo. The three-day celebration, held every two years, is where the club honors the top big-game animals taken in North America over the previous two years and recognizes new bowhunting world-record animals. The four new records: Typical…
Georgia man bags monster Arizona bighorn; initial entry score could surpass the existing world record by over 10 inches.
With a score of 430 inches, it’s the largest in nearly half a century and largest ever from Montana