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More to the Score - 11 Outstanding Entries

Winter 2022 Edition

From the Desert to the Tundra, We’ve Got It All 

If you need some last-minute motivation to get out in the woods and fill your tag, we’ve got it right here. There’s a record-breaking Pennsylvania black bear, some wild trophies from the muskeg and tundra of the frozen north, and a great hunt for a Washington state Shiras’ moose. 

All data compiled using B&C's Big Game Records LIVE! Click here to learn more about searching our on-line trophy database.


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WASHINGTON SHIRAS’ MOOSE 


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PENNSYLVANIA BLACK BEAR 


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NUEVO LEON DESERT SHEEP 


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NEW MEXICO NON-TYPICAL COUES’ WHITETAIL 


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NEWFOUNDLAND WOODLAND CARIBOU 


 

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CALIFORNIA TULE ELK 


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ALASKA BROWN BEAR


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WYOMING ROCKY MOUNTAIN GOAT 


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ALASKA GRIZZLY BEAR 


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NUNAVUT MUSK OX 


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KANSAS TYPICAL WHITETAIL 


The Importance of Records in Big Game Management

When you enter your trophy into the Boone and Crockett system, you aren’t just honoring the animal and its habitat. You are participating in a data collection system that started in the 1920s and was refined by Club members in 1950. Today, there are nearly 60,000 trophy records. By establishing a records database more than 70 years ago, the Boone and Crockett Club established a scientific baseline from which researchers can use to study wildlife management. If you’re still  on the fence about entering your trophy, we encourage you to read Why Should I Bother to Enter My Trophy. To the best of our ability, we ensure that the trophies entered into the records were taken in accordance with the tenets of fair chase ethics. Despite what some may think, the Boone and Crockett records are not about a name or a score in a book—because in the end, there’s so much more to the score.

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