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Nebraska State Big Game Records

It’s not all just cornfields and record-book whitetails


When you hear Nebraska, what do you think? If you think cornfield whitetails, then you’d only be partially right. Yes, there are some seriously large whitetail deer from Nebraska in the records, but there are a number of other impressive big game records as well. Take the typical mule deer taken in 2007, which scored more than 200 points. Then there’s the bighorn ram killed there in 2017. Perhaps the cherry on top is the typical American elk killed in 2020 that scores just north of 400 points. Pretty soon those whitetails are going to have to learn how to share all that record-book glory. 

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