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Mississippi State Big Game Records

The home of the Blues has plenty of whitetail deer to sing about


Mississippi’s whitetail entries in the record book are average—except for one. There is one buck that stands alone. That buck was killed by Tony Fulton in 1995 and holds the state record for non-typicals. It also breaks into the top 10 of All-time. No other deer from the state comes close. This buck, though, is a bit of an outlier because it’s the only entry from Winston County. The vast majority of deer entries come from the state’s western half, along the border with Louisiana and Arkansas. There, counties like Coahoma, the state’s top trophy producer, wait for you to take advantage of its Southern charm. 

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