The hunter from New York earns the very best rating of all time within the state of New York
A hunter broke records in six states in one day.
The New York resident has been officially classified as the largest atypical buck in state history. Even better, the organization that recognized the record also oversees multiple states, including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the six states of New England.
Phillip Pless shot the 18-point dollar on private land in Niagara County in early November, New York Upstate reports. The dollar recently received its official score from the New York State Big Buck Club and the Northeast Big Buck Club.
The buck’s antlers received a final gross score of 221 3/8 inches and a final net score of 214 2/8 inches.
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“I had no intention of going hunting that day,” Pless told the news agency, “but the bills kicked the Seahawks on the bum and I just felt like I would see something if I went out. “
Pless says he discovered the buck while trying to attract two different acts. Pless says it was stored on land owned by his wife’s family. He ended up shooting the stag with a bow and arrow. After finding the body, he realized he would need help.
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“It took three people to pull it out,” said Pless. “He was tall. We estimated he weighed about 240-250 pounds before he was dressed in the field. On the butcher scales, he weighed 210 pounds.”
Surprisingly, Pless has no plans to post the dollar on its wall. Instead, he has other plans for it.
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“It won’t go on the wall,” he explained. “It will be a pedestal mount that rests on a waist-high pedestal on which some habits (small trees and leaves) will be displayed.”