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Arkansas State Big Game Records

Black bear and whitetail deer entries abound in a state where duck hunting is king


Arkansas is known for world-class duck hunting, but that doesn’t mean you should overlook its deer and bear hunting opportunities. The state’s biggest whitetail deer to date came out of Prairie County in 1999, and the state record typical scored 202-3/8 points. No one county can really stake a claim as the king of whitetail habitat, but thanks to the Boone and Crockett Club’s County Search Tool hunters can see that the southeast corner of the state is where they should focus their time. The same is true for the state’s black bear hunting, which has more than a few respectable entries.

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