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Ohio’s World Famous Hole in the Horn Buck. Thanks to our many great supporters and the completion of the Education Complex, the Hall of Fame will utilize our past Education Center.

The Hole in the Horn buck was found dead along a railroad in Kent, Ohio in 1940.

The first time we held this rack, we immediately thought it looked like the Canadian version of the Hole-In-The-Horn Buck from Ohio! A wide outside spread of 34 7/8″ and palmated beams and 38 points, makes it look like the northern cousin to the famous Ohio deer.

First, there was the famed "Hole in the Horn Buck," a mysterious pickup entry from Portage County with a score of 328 2/8 inches, good enough for the No. The first time we held this rack, we immediately thought it looked like the Canadian version of the Hole-In-The-Horn Buck from Ohio! A wide outside spread of 34 7/8″ and palmated beams and 38 points, makes it look like the northern cousin to the famous Ohio deer. .

The buck’s antlers score 328 2/8 non-typical points.

Then, on November 8, 2000, an unassuming Ohio bowhunter. The legendary "Hole-in-the-Horn Buck," which is listed in Boone & Crockett records as the second-largest non-typical whitetail in history with a score of 328 2/8, was found dead in 1940 in Portage County, Ohio, directly southwest of Ashtabula County. .

The Hole-in-the-Horn Buck A legendary non-typical buck from Ohio. With 45 scorable points, a 33-inch outside spread, and nearly 200 inches of abnormal rack, the Hole in the Horn buck is one of the largest racks ever.

The first time we held this rack, we immediately thought it looked like the Canadian version of the Hole-In-The-Horn Buck from Ohio! A wide outside spread of 34 7/8″ and palmated beams and 38 points, makes it look like the northern cousin to the famous Ohio deer.

This is the state that grew the famous 328 2/8-inch “Hole in the Horn Buck,” B&C’s No.

2 non-typical; the Barnacle Buck, at 351 7/8 inches the largest deer recognized by the BTR; the P&Y world-record Beatty Buck; and the. .

This buck is probably the best-known, non-typical whitetail ever, and boasts some incredibly heavy drop tines including one with the trademark hole that gives the deer its name. Mar 21, 2023 · class=" fc-falcon">This recently found Deadhead (3/15/2023) ranks at #6 for Ohio All Time ~ Pickup ~ Irregular category #1 is the Lionel Christman buck~#2 is the Hole in the horn.

The Hole in the Horn Buck is officially listed as the second largest non-typical white-tailed deer of all time by the Boone and Crockett Club.

It could be argued that Ohio’s so-called “Hole-In-The-Horn Buck” is the most famous whitetail in the world. Then, on November 8, 2000, an unassuming Ohio bowhunter. .

Ohio's Hole in the Horn Buck Is The Biggest Ever!" Although the 45-pointer had died near a Portage County railroad track in late 1940, the mount had remained obscure for four. 2 non-typical; the Barnacle Buck, at 351 7/8 inches the largest deer recognized by the BTR; the P&Y world-record Beatty Buck; and the. . <strong>Ohio Army National Guard military base in the U. .

So the answer remained elusive.

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It scored 328 2/8 non-typical points.

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