Kentucky is taking the record books hands
down with some of the finest Trophy Bucks Harvested in the
Country. With some breath taking views of Rolling
Hills in the Eastern part of the State to
Agricultural views of the West,
Kentucky is a hunt to remember. Some of the
finest Kentucky Whitetails are right here in
Lewis County and
the record books don't lie with the true
records showing the greatest Hunting in the country
is right here!
been a sleeper state for years and the word is
getting out...WE GOT BIG BUCKS. The record
books are proving it with the sheer numbers being
reported in Kentucky, and its drawing big numbers and
deer hunting with
Outfitters provides a great opportunity to score on a
trophy Whitetail deer. If your looking for experienced
Guide, your search is over.
SEASON HUNTING ...
Kentucky Velvet Whitetail Bow hunts in September
Archery Bow hunts
Kentucky Archery/Muzzle Loader combo hunts in October
December Muzzle loader
Courtesy of North
East Big Bucks Magazine
Read the article printed in North
East Big Buck Magazine
of Tom Rudziks Ohio Trophy
Buck harvested with Veteran Guide & Guide Manager Troy
Kentucky Deer Hunting and How
Kentucky is ranking in the World of Big Bucks
There is and has been a
trend in the Big Buck World that Kentucky Ranks pretty High in the
states for trophy bucks. The truth is... Kentucky Deer Hunting
has shot above them all and here are the facts to prove it. Is
Kentucky the best State now to get it done?
What State is the best for Trophy Bucks?
Quick facts about Kentucky Deer Hunting....
- During the past three
seasons, 172 deer reported to Kentucky Fish and
Wildlife qualified for entry into the Boone &
Crockett record book, including a record 68 taken
during the 2011-2012 season deer season.
- Recordings from 2010
show, the trophy deer taken in Kentucky came from 44
different Kentucky counties. In the past three
seasons, trophy deer have been harvested from 81 of
120 Kentucky counties.
- Some of the Kentucky
counties that produced the most Boone & Crockett
record book deer the past three seasons include:
Ohio and Whitley, seven deer; Casey, Greenup and
Hardin, six deer; Boone and Owen, five deer;
Christian, Lewis, Shelby and Todd, four deer, and
Bracken, Campbell, Fulton, Gallatin, Henry, Kenton
and McLean, three deer.
"Kentucky deer hunters have
an opportunity to harvest trophy class deer in virtually
any county," ....
Kentucky Deer Harvest Results