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Alberta Provincial Big Game Records

Alberta's open ranges: where the pursuit of majestic game meets unmatched natural beauty


In 1926, Ed Broder killed the biggest mule deer ever to grace the records. It remains in the pole position today. As if that wasn’t enough to entice hunters to hunt the “Energy Province,” there is a solid chance hunters will encounter record-book bighorns, cougars, pronghorn, bison, musk ox, elk, and moose. Let’s face it, the place pretty much has it all. Check out the records and see for yourself.

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