Nancy Garrett was hunting in Oregon this past fall when she did something that had
never been done before in that state. She downed a tremendous 189 non-typical whitetail,
making it the first non-typical to ever be entered into B&C’s Records Program
from that state. Her trophy was accepted by B&C on January 23, 2008.
Whitetails continue to slowly spread throughout the West. The only western states
now not to have a whitetail in the records book are Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and California.