World Record Deer Taken in Tennesee
It's official. The world of Whitetail Deer hunting has a new World Record holder.
Stephen Tucker shot a buck with a unique (possible understatement) 47-point rack, which totaled roughly 300 inches in length. According to wildlife officials, Tucker made his potential record-setting harvest from 40-yards away, while using a muzzleloader. He managed to bag the buck on land his family leases in Sumner County, Tennessee.
It's an unbelievable deer (312 3/8) and thanks to Wide Open Country.com you can talk a look at it here.
The hunting world heard of the monster earlier this fall and after the required time for the rack to dry down it's official.