You’ll understand when an e-mail arrived in my Inbox over the past few days, I nearly rolled my eyes when I saw the subject line touting the possibility of a new world’s record typical bull elk with a bow. Until I noticed this wasn’t some random e-mail, but an official news release from the Boone & Crockett Club.
Needless to say, the e-mail suddenly had my attention.
And now the breaking big game news contained in the e-mail has the attention of hunters everywhere since B&C says a typical bull elk taken by a Montana resident bowhunter on Sept. 10 could in fact be a potential new world’s record bow kill for an American elk.
Specifically, if the news is confirmed after the 60-day drying period, then the early-archery season bull reportedly taken on Saturday, Sept. 10 could become the new Pope & Young Club’s archery world’s record typical elk.
While details are still somewhat sketchy and slim, the B&C news release reports some eye popping numbers. It indicates the massive bow-harvested bull elk has a reported green gross score of 444 7/8 inches and a green net score of 429 6/8.
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