Where is the Mitch Rompola buck?
One of five wide-racked bucks Rompola allegedly killed in the years following his 1998 deer. All were allegedly shot in the same area of Michigan — an area not known for whitetails of this caliber. Rompola’s website URL is no longer valid, and Rompola’s whereabouts is unknown.
How wide was the rompola buck?
The Rompola Buck was reported at a net typical score of 218 5/8″ and had an outside spread of 38 inches.
What is the biggest buck in the world?
The largest deer is the Alaskan moose (Alces alces gigas). A bull standing 2.34 m (7 ft 8 in) tall between pegs and weighing an estimated 816 kg (1,800 lb) was shot in the Yukon Territory of Canada in September 1897.
Who owns the general buck?
|General manager||Jon Horst|
|Head coach||Mike Budenholzer|
|Ownership||Wes Edens, Marc Lasry, Jamie Dinan, Mike Fascitelli|
What is the biggest buck ever killed in Michigan?
Story first reported by woodburyoutfitters.com. Michigan archer Corey Memering shot one of the largest whitetails ever shot in Michigan when he harvested a 227” brute the day before Halloween.
Where are the biggest bucks in Michigan?
But if a big Michigan whitetail is your goal, look to southern counties. Looking at combined Boone and Crockett and Pope and Young entries, the highest concentration of record deer come from the southwestern corner of the state. Focus on areas between Ottawa, Lapeer, Berrien, and Lenawee counties.
What is the largest buck ever killed?
James (Jim) Jordan was a 22-year-old hunter from Burnett County, Wisconsin when he shot the record buck on November 20, 1914. The Jordan Buck measures 206 1/8 net typical points under the Boone and Crockett Club scoring system.
What is a 3 point buck?
So just count the standing normal points on the main beam to quickly determine the number of points. A buck with two standing normal points per side is an 8-pointer, one with three standing points is a 10-pointer, and so on.
How much is a deer antler worth?
|Antler prices per pound for deer and elk|
|Brown||$10 per lb.||$12 per lb.|
|White||$6 per lb.||$8 per lb.|
|Chalk||$2 per lb.||$3 per lb.|