Josh Clark's Canemount WMA 18-point unofficially grossed over 200 inches and is potentially a new state record for a typical buck harvested with a firearm.
Josh Clark's Canemount WMA 18-point unofficially grossed over 200 inches and is potentially a new state record for a typical buck harvested with a firearm. Special to The Clarion-Ledger
Josh Clark's Canemount WMA 18-point unofficially grossed over 200 inches and is potentially a new state record for a typical buck harvested with a firearm. Special to The Clarion-Ledger

‘One of the largest deer ever killed on public land’ could set state record

December 19, 2016 08:44 PM

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