For Virginia bowhunter Luke Brewster, Brewster's buck falls behind only the 333 7/8-inch B&C world record Missouri Monarch buck, a 44-point non-typical pickup entry that was found dead near St. Louis in 1981, and the 328 2/8-inch Hole in the Horn non-typical, a 45-point 1940 pickup entry from Ohio. That makes Brewster's giant Illinois. Courtesy of Luke Brewster Brewster Shoots the Biggest Whitetail Buck Ever It required a few tries to find the tree, but eventually Brewster located a maintained hang-on stand , tucked into the. Luke Brewster and his friends knew they were hunting a giant in Edgar County, Illinois but they had no idea he was a potential world record buck. Five men after one buck is not often a good thing. In spite of this, these five men worked together, hunted together and celebrated together when Mufasa was taken 2019: The Luke Brewster Buck. By Ed Waite. Luke Brewster might live in Bristow, Virginia, but the 30-year-old former marine returns to hunt whitetails in Illinois whenever he can take a break from his current job. The almost 10-hour drive is grueling, but worth every mile behind the wheel In history, only two free-range whitetails exist with bigger non-typical racks than Luke Brewster's deer, said Shelton. The first of those is the famous Hole in the Horn buck, which measures 328 2/8 B&C and was found dead on a railroad in Kent, Ohio in 1940
Luke Brewster with 39 point buck. Every year there are rumors of record book bucks being killed. The latest is this monster killed in Illinois. What makes this buck different is that it has been green scored and it is ahead of the current record by a crazy 17 inches and if that green score holds it will be the new archery world record along with the Illinois State record North American Whitetail reports that Luke Brewster's huge whitetail buck was scored even higher than before, becoming the largest-antlered free range buck ever recorded to be taken by a hunter. The buck was slain on November 2, 2018 in Edgar County, Illinois. Brewster took his Illinois giant with a compound bow, making his buck the new archery record-holder as well — by a margin of almost. Brewster Buck Dethrones Beatty Buck: How Did Beatty Respond? News and rumors of a potential world record whitetail buck tend to spread like wildfire these days, so it was surprising, to say the least, when news of a buck killed by Luke Brewster of Virginia finally broke and began to make the rounds. Brewster killed the buck in Edgar County. Luke Brewster's freak non-typical buck, Mufasa, taken Nov. 2 in Edgar County, was officially measured at 320 5/8 inches, a pending world-record
Brewster Shoots the Biggest Whitetail Buck Ever. It required a few tries to find the tree, but eventually Brewster located a maintained hang-on stand, tucked into the thick limbs of an old Osage. When Luke Brewster's buck was officially recognized as the world's biggest whitetail, it hadn't even been two years since B&C made the same announcement regarding a buck in Tennessee. Stephen Tucker, the hunter who previously held the whitetail record, was featured in Field & Stream, where his buck was called the deer story of the. Bowhunter Luke Brewster tagged a world-record 327-inch wild buck in Illinois in November 2018, but he didn't pull it off by himself. This is the story of his..
The Brewster Buck is a confirmed world record, but it's apparently even bigger than we first thought. The monster Illinois non-typical buck Luke Brewster arrowed in November — which had been officially measured at 320 5/8 inches net when its 60-day score was announced at ATA 2019 in January — was panel-confirmed at 327 7/8 inches last week by the Pope & Young Club Initial word was a giant Illinois buck, arrowed in early November by a bowhunter named Luke Brewster, not only broke Mike Beatty's 18-year-old record but shattered it by some 15 inches of trophy antler. The announced score was an incredible 320-5/8 inches Luke Brewster's incredible buck was shot in Illinois during the 2018 archery season. With a final score of 327 7/8 inches, Brewster's buck (above) was confirmed as the new P&Y world record non-typical whitetail. This buck surpasses the previous world record non-typical whitetail shot by Michael Beatty (below) by nearly 34 inches
A moment later, Mufasa appeared to freshen the scrape. Brewster released an arrow at the monster buck and drew blood, then waited half an hour to trail his wounded prey. Finding half of the arrow slathered in blood, Brewster surmised that he'd done lethal damage to the deer. He followed a short blood trail to the new world nontypical record . Gould's buck is the ultimate tale, especially for those in Maine. However, recently a new record was placed a year ago for the nation as a whole. Luke Brewster killed the largest nontypical whitetail deer ever taken by a hunter. Brewster hunted the deer in the 40 acres his family owns in eastern Illinois Editor's Note: If you found a buck of a lifetime - a monster that would score more than 200 points - had seen him on trail-camera pictures and dreamed about him at night, would you give the opportunity to take that buck to your 9-year-old son?Doug Carlson of Coggon, Iowa, did. I knew this big buck would mean more to my son, Hunter, than it would to me, Carlson says
It's now official: the new World Record non-typical whitetail deer has been added to the books.. We brought you the story of Luke Brewster's non-typical whitetail deer shot during Illinois' 2018 archery season, and after official measurements, the big buck has been placed atop the record books as the highest scoring world class deer of its kind, ever.. Luke Brewster's incredible buck was shot in Illinois during the 2018 archery season. Measurers present for the Special Panel were Eli Randall, Gil Hernandez, Jack Reneau, Ken Witt, Ricky Krueger, Kyle Lehr, Stan Zirbel and Panel Chairman, Ed Fanchin. With a final score of 327 7/8, Luke's buck was confirmed as the new P&Y World Record non. Luke Brewster's incredible buck was shot in Illinois during the 2018 archery season. Measurers present for the Special Panel were Eli Randall, Gil Hernandez, Jack Reneau, Ken Witt, Ricky Krueger, Kyle Lehr, Stan Zirbel and Panel Chairman, Ed Fanchin. With a final score of 327 7/8″, Luke's buck was confirmed as the new P&Y World Record non. The Illinois behemoth buck will be featured on the cover of the Spring 2019 issue of North American Whitetail magazine. The new contender for the title has come to be referred to as the Brewster Buck after Luke Brewster, the man who harvested the incredible whitetail while bowhunting on November 2, 2018
Luke Brewster's 38 point Illinois bruiser shot in early November may be the biggest non-typical buck ever taken by hunter all of North America. It is poised to eclipse the Beatty Buck as the Pope and Young world record for non-typicals. The buck has been scored at 320 5/8 after 60 days drying, but must undergo panel judging before its world. With a final score of 327 7/8″, Luke's buck was confirmed as the new P&Y World Record non-typical whitetail. This buck surpasses the previous World Record non-. typical whitetail shot by Michael Beatty in 2000 by over 33 inches. The Brewster buck has been verified as the new Pope and Young World Record with a score of 327 7/8, said. Luke Brewster, who famously killed the new world record whitetail in 2018, has only received one offer for the 320-inch rack. An unnamed business mogul called Brewster's taxidermist the day after he killed the buck and said he'd basically give him a blank check. Brewster declined, and hasn't received another inquiry since
Luke Brewster's freak non-typical buck, Mufasa,'' arrowed on Nov. 2 in Edgar County, was officially measured Saturday at 320⅝ inches on 38 measurable points. Pending panel scoring, it will be Pope and Young Club's world-record non-typical whitetail taken with a bow, and Boone and Crockett Club's world-record nontypical taken by a. Luke Brewster's 38-point Illinois bruiser shot in early November may be the biggest non-typical buck ever taken by hunter in North America. The buck has been scored at 320 5/8 after 60 days drying. Luke Brewster's incredible buck was shot in Illinois during the 2018 archery season. Measurers present for the Special Panel were (LtoR) Stan Zirbel, Gil Hernandez, Kyle Lehr, Ken Witt, Ricky Krueger, Jack Reneau, Eli Randall, and Panel Chairman, Ed Fanchin (not pictured). With a final score of 327 7/8″, Luke's buck was confirmed as the.
Luke Brewster holds the antlers of what now is confirmed as the highest scoring hunter-killed whitetail buck of all time. Photo courtesy North American Whitetail magazine Luke Brewster shot the buck during the 2018 archery season. According to the Club, special panel of judges convened in Omaha, Nebraska to measure it. With a final score of 327 7/8″, the buck was. One buck that is highlighted in this section is Luke Brewster's non-typical taken in 2018 from Edgar County that scored 327-7/8 and is the new Illinois state record and the #3 on the All-time list, pending Judges Panel review for the 31st Big Game Awards in 2022
Now it is Luke Brewster's turn to hold the title. Brewster's buck scored an amazing 320 5/8 inches compared to Beatty's buck of 304 6/8 inches. Beatty issued a statement about Brewster's buck that should inspire all of us. Yesterday's announcement of The Brewster Buck, a 320 ⅝-inch pending World Record was a great day for. Luke Brewster - Took the World's Record Deer and... 08/17/2020 Comments (0) Adaptive Hunting , Deer Hunting , Hunting Advice , Hunting Products , John's Books , Tips & Tricks Luke Brewster - Took the World's Record Deer and Others Who Have Bagged Big Deer Day 1: Luke Brewster Hunts the World's Record Dee Pope and Young Club has confirmed Luke Brewster's 22-point non-typical whitetail buck is a world record. Brewster shot the deer during the 2018 archery season. Its antlers measured 327 and seven.
On Friday, March 1 the Pope and Young Club confirmed that Virginia native Luke Brewster's buck is the largest non-typical Whitetail killed on record. This buck surpasses the previous world. > At a panel-confirmed 327 7/8 net inches of score, the monster IL non-typical Luke Brewster shot with his compound bow last fall is now officially the world's biggest buck in the long history of free-range whitetail hunting
Luke Brewster killed the new world-record buck on a modest family farm in Illinois—not a giant tract of groomed private ground. This is the story of that habitat, the hard work that went into it, and how the hunters are preparing for what comes next: the season after Brewster tagged a 327-inch wild buck Brian Butcher tagged this incredible whitetail in Chase County, Kansas. (Brian Butcher photo) Last fall, Brian Butcher shot a crazy-looking buck that is now the fourth largest deer in the record books, and the second-biggest hunter-taken buck behind Luke Brewster's Illinois stud. It's also the new Kansas state record non-typical whitetail Free Online Library: 'IT CAN HAPPEN TO ANYBODY': LUKE BREWSTER'S SECOND-EVER ARCHERY BUCK--AN ILLINOIS BEAST THAT MIGHT THREATEN THE BOW WORLD RECORD--IS THE BIGGEST DEER NEWS OF 2018. HERE, FOR THE FIRST TIME, IS THE STORY BEHIND THE WHITETAIL THAT HAS EVERYBODY BUZZING.(Cover story) by North American Whitetail; Sports and fitness Archery equipment Rankings Bow and arrow Bowhuntin Luke H. Brewster took the buck in Edgar County, Illinois with his bow on Nov. 2, 2018. After the required 60-day drying period, the official entry score of 320- ⅝ was accepted by both scoring organizations. The 38-point buck has a gross typical frame of 151- ⅝ with 178- ⅜ inches of non-typical points Club names IL buck its new world record non-typical whitetail. Category: hunting. Mar 10th, 2019 by Keith Worrall 1230. Modified Mar 10th, 2019 at 1:51 PM. Luke Brewster shot the buck during the 2018 archery season
Even still, it remains a fine buck. 3. Luke Brewster . Score: 327 7/8. Location: Illinois. Year: 2018. This is the biggest free-ranging whitetail ever taken by a hunter, and it was taken by a guy who is no stranger to world-class whitetails. Luke Brewster and his friends are whitetail fanatics with a knack for consistently taking giant bucks We discuss all this in detail and dig deep into the Luke Brewster buck story, the monster Illinois buck from 2018, currently featured in North American Whitetail Magazine. OUR SPONSORS: Rackology, Minus 33 Merino Wool, Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears, QUIETKAT, BIG BUCK MERCH . DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK3
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A true freak of nature, this buck features 67 points, almost all of them on the left side. Killed in October 2019 with a bow. The Butcher Buck stands in 4th place for all time deer and in 2nd place for deer taken, just behind the Luke Brewster Buck, replicas available from Antlers By Klaus The largest nontypical whitetail ever recorded by a bowhunter is the Luke Brewster buck. That deer was killed in 2018 in Illinois. That deer was killed in 2018 in Illinois. Its official Pope and Young score was 327-7/8 inches But Luke Brewster doesn't brag. It's not like he's short on opportunities either. Only a year has passed since the 31-year-old Marine killed the largest nontypical whitetail ever taken by a hunter, and public demand for details hasn't waned The largest hunter-harvested non-typical whitetail was taken by bowhunter Luke Brewster in Illinois in 2018 and scored 327 7/8 inches. The current Kansas state record firearm non-typical whitetail was taken in 1987 by Joseph Waters in Shawnee County and scored 280 4/8 inches
The largest hunter-killed non-typical whitetail on record was taken by bowhunter Luke Brewster in Illinois in 2018 and scored 327 7/8 inches. the Chase County buck could become the second. The largest hunter-harvested non-typical whitetail was taken by bowhunter Luke Brewster in Illinois in 2018 and scored 327 7/8 inches. The current Kansas state record firearm non-typical whitetail.
The buck had 18 points, main beams in the 25-inch range, a 19-inch spread and 7-inch bases. One unofficial score put the deer at 205 inches, which would make it the highest gross-scoring typical. According to the Boone and Crockett Club and the Pope and Young Club, that Escher painting of a deer was taken during the 2018 Illinois archery season by the luckiest SOB in Illinois, Luke H. Brewster. Brewster arrowed a buck from Edgar County, Illinois, on November 2, 2018 Bowhunter, Luke H. Brewster arrowed a buck from Edgar County, Illinois on November 2, 2018. Shortly after the harvest, photos circulated online stating it had a green score of 311. After the required 60-day drying period and consultation with both scoring organizations the official entry score of 320-5/8 confirmed that it is only the 5th hunter. The Brewster Buck: The Hunt for Mufasa. Read about Luke Brewster's hunt for Mufasa, an impressive young buck who would later become the next world record whitetail. Read More Deer, Mossy Oak GameKeepers. Latest Content. Species 101: Bobcats
Luke Brewster, a disabled veteran from Virginia, arrowed the buck in Edgar County, Ill., on Nov. 2. After Boone and Crockett's requisite 60-day drying period, the rack scored 320 5/8 net. It is. Luke Brewster got lucky when the world-record buck walked into bow range last fall. But making a perfect bow shot on the largest whitetail to ever be taken by a hunter? That was all skill and preparation This buck was killed in Edgar County, Illinois between Paris and Chrisman by a disabled Veteran Luke Brewster of Virginia. His close friend was hunting the buck and he came down and got a shot on him his first day on the hunt. The deer was 100% free range and legal after being investigated by the IDNR Luke Brewster, the hunter responsible for arrowing the deer, sat impatiently, waiting for the results. It had been two months since he tagged the whitetail, but these final moments were weighing heavily on his mind. It was pretty nerve wracking, Brewster said in an interview with North American Whitetail In 2014, a spindly young 10-point started showing up on trail cameras. When the buck showed up on camera the following year, he looked similar. But when the buck reappeared in 2016, he had earned the status of a mature deer, and a nickname: Mufasa. This is the story of that buck, and the hunter, Luke Brewster, who tagged him