Record Boone & Crockett Year!

By our count there were at least six Boone & Crockett bucks killed in Georgia last fall, and we're still counting.

GON Staff | March 11, 1991

The 1990 Georgia deer hunting season will go into the books as the state’s best ever for big buck production. So far we know of at least six Boone & Crockett bucks, and they keep turning up, especially from south Georgia.

Huey’s Taxidermy in Cordele ended its big-buck contest Feb. 9, and three B&C bucks were entered. Marty McNalty’s Dooly County 12-pointer was the best-scoring buck entered at 172 1/8.

Marty McNalty, of Cordele, killed this Dooly County 12-pointer that scored 172 1/8 inches.

Another impressive rack was a massive 18-point Colquitt County non-typical that scored 206 3/8 points. The buck was killed by Ricky Perry, of Omega.

Travis Strength’s Worth County 11-pointer also made the book, but then Travis had to sweat out the deductions as 11 4/8 inches were subtracted, giving the buck a 170 score, the B&C minimum.

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