Pope and Young Certify New World Record Typical Mule Deer

It is official Frank Cheeney of Nevada can now say he has officially killed the world’s largest bow killed typical mule deer. Cheeney shot the deer last year on Aug. 13, 2016 while hunting with his son, Aaron, in southeastern Nevada. The buck scored 205 6/8", topping the previous typical mule deer worldrecord at 205 0/8″

According to goHunt.com, “This was the first time the Pope and Young Club has used a Special Panel for verification of a potential World Record trophy,” said Ed Fanchin, P&Y Records Chairman, in a press release. “The score was authenticated and this tremendous mule deer was declared the new Pope and Young Club World Record typical mule deer. Congratulations to Frank Cheeney and to the Nevada Department of Wildlife for using successful wildlife management practices. It’s great to know that deer of this caliber are still roaming the wilds of North America.”

Awesome buck and congratulations on the World Record.

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