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Delaware State Big Game Records

In the second-smallest state in the Union, one county rules the whitetail roost 



With roughly 45,000 whitetail deer, it’s no surprise that Delaware has only a few record-book entries. The largest buck scores 208-4/8. Whatever. But if you want to hunt a potential record-book deer there, you have to hunt in Sussex County in the very bottom of the state. With 17 entries to its name, Sussex has double the number of entries than the state’s other counties—granted there are only two other counties. Still, three of the four entries from the last decade have some from Sussex, so hang your treestand there. 

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