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Johnny King with his massive white-tailed deer, which has been scored and officially deemed the world record by the Northeast Big Buck Club. (Photo: www.whitetailworld.com)

Northeast Big Buck Club Recognizes the King Buck

Almost seven years have passed since Johnny King, of Mt. Horeb, Wis., killed a monstrous white-tailed deer now known by many in the hunting world as the King Buck. The massive buck was formally recognized by the Northeast Big Buck Club at its annual awards banquet July 20. King’s buck was entered in the...

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Legendary Whitetails

The Bucks of Legendary Whitetails III Legendary Whitetails III provides snapshots of 40 of the greatest whitetails ever taken, including some of the most secretive bucks ever killed. It tells the back-story, shows the actual score sheet and other critical details. As former editor of North American Whitetail, author Duncan Dobie knows the details...

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Opinion: King Buck Got Hosed

OPINION BLOG by Daniel E. Schmidt Make no mistake about: The Johnny King Buck got hosed by the Boone and Crockett Club in the panel-scoring of his deer this past Saturday in Montana. It’s time to call spades spades and let the deer hunting community know this was essentially a dog-and-pony show. By amending...

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B&C Dethrones Hopes for King Buck

    It’s over. The Johnny King Buck will not be a new world record in the Boone and Crockett Record Book. Earlier today, the club panel-scored the deer and, as predicted on this blog Friday, stood by the originally revised score of 180-0/8 that Wisconsin scorer John Ramsey gave the deer after receiving...

Predicting the King Buck’s Final Score

  by Daniel E. Schmidt The Johnny King Buck is set to be panel scored in Montana tomorrow by the Boone and Crockett Club. What will the panel decide? If you’ve followed this story as closely as we have here at Deer & Deer Hunting, the final score — and the integrity of the...