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Tennessee State Big Game Records

Whiskey, Graceland, country music, whitetails and black bears—what more could you want?


Elvis Presley wasn’t a big game hunter, which is too bad. His Graceland estate sits in Shelby County, which according to the Boone and Crockett Club’s County Search Tool, holds a number of the state’s record-book whitetail deer entries. Montgomery County, though, is the big winner with the most book entries of the state’s counties. And the real wild card is Sumner County, home to an insane non-typical taken by Stephen Tucker in 2016. That buck scored 315-1/8 points, and it should stay in the top 10 of all-time for quite a while. 

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