The season has barely started and big bucks are already starting to fall. Too bad the new potential Kentucky State record dies either last year or the year before, but the good news is his head survived in a lake only to be discovered by a lucky kayaker.
According to Frenzy Outdoors’ Facebook post, Jonathan Davenport discovered the buck in Christian County, Kentucky while kayaking. The Buck has 41 scorable points and has a 280 4/8 Buck Masters Gross Score. The current Kentucky state record non-typical is 271 7/8. Kentucky uses the Boone and Crockett score to determine the state record so we will see how that score holds up.
I just talked to Jonathan Davenport. He found this buck in Christian County, Kentucky while kayaking, it was submerged in the lake! The full story is coming out soon! Oh yeah one more thing it scored 280 4/8” (Buckmasters BTR gross score) and has 41 points!!!Frenzy Outdoors
“The current Kentucky state record non-typical is 271 7/8. That deer was found in Henry County in 2004. The largest Kentucky non-typical taken by a hunter was a 260 1/8 whitetail that Ben Brogle took from Garrard County during the 2002 modern gun season.”
No matter where the buck ends up in the record book it is one Hell of a find.