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Forums >> Texas Hunting >> Texas Deer Hunting >> Texas Big Game Awards NEW ALL-TIME NON-TYPICAL WHITETAIL ENTERED

Texas Big Game Awards NEW ALL-TIME NON-TYPICAL WHITETAIL ENTERED

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For 17 years, the Texas Big Game Awards (TBGA), a partnership of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and the Texas Wildlife Association (TWA), has been the leader in recognizing the contributions that landowners, land managers and responsible hunters make to managing and conserving wildlife and wildlife habitat on Texas’ private lands.  The purpose of the Texas Big Game Awards is to make known to all citizens of the state of Texas the important role ethical hunting and habitat management play in the lives of our young people and to the ecosystem over which we must be responsible stewards.  Under this program awards are given to all “Scored Entries” that meet minimum regional requirements and there are no entry fees. 

The NEW ALL-TIME TBGA Record Non-Typical White-tailed Deer has been officially entered. 
The Marko Barrett buck from Webb County was officially B&C green-scored for the TBGA and is now the largest non-typical whitetail ever entered in the Texas Big Game Awards!  The Barrett buck gross scores 275 7/8, and net scores 269 2/8 B&C.   The 36-point whitetail’s velvet had been stripped for official scoring.  Congratulations to Marko and Las Raices Ranch for an amazing whitetail, proving the TBGA motto of “Hunting Equals Habitat!”  Stay tuned to the TBGA website for more information on this and many more outstanding trophies being entered in the Texas Big Game Awards...The Official Hunting Program of Texas!

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Points: Y (309) / M (12)

About the TBGA: Celebrating its 17th season, the Texas Big Game Awards (TBGA), a partnership of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and the Texas Wildlife Association (TWA), continues to be the leader in recognizing the contributions that landowners, land managers and responsible hunters make to managing and conserving wildlife and wildlife habitat on Texas’ private lands.  The Texas Big Game Awards program is designed to recognize 1) the quality of big game animals in Texas, 2) the hunters who harvest these animals, 3) the land managers who produce these animals through their management efforts, 4) the importance of our hunting heritage, and 5) the achievements of young and new hunters.  For more information on the program visit www.TexasBigGameAwards.com Or call (800) TEX-WILD, ext. 114.

Hunters who harvest a white-tailed deer, mule deer, or pronghorn antelope this season meeting the minimum net score B&C requirements for their respective Region, may be eligible to receive recognition in the “Scored Entry” category as well as the landowner for where the trophy was taken.  Also new this year is the recognition only, of the hunters and landowners where desert bighorns are taken in Texas.  Hunters of any age who harvest their first big game animal in Texas are eligible for the “First Big Game Harvest” category.  Hunters who harvest a white-tailed deer, mule deer, javelina, or pronghorn antelope are eligible whether they harvest a buck or doe, regardless of score of the animal in this category.

The TBGA website for this season will include the $20,000 College Scholarship Program sponsored by Carter’s Country Outdoor Stores.  Scholarship applications will be available in December and due by March 15, 2008.  All program information, program history, entry rules and minimum scores are also featured on the website.  Also this fall, keep up with news on the TBGA program and current hunting issues with the TBGA News Link this fall.  

You can also find a local scorer in your area for official entry forms, or download the First Harvest/Youth Division forms on-line, as no scorer signature is required for those entries.  The TBGA website will also feature photos of entries that are entered this season.  Last season over 700 photos were mailed in.  You can check out links to great TBGA Sponsors too.  

And, any youth hunter (under 17 years of age when they purchase their hunting license) with a Special Resident Hunting License who harvests a white-tailed deer, mule deer, javelina, or pronghorn antelope is eligible for the “Youth Division” whether they harvest a buck or doe, regardless of score.  The javelina is a new species added to the Youth Division and First Harvest Division this season.

The Texas Big Game Awards is proudly sponsored by: Statewide Sponsors Hixon Land and Cattle Company, Carter’s Country Outdoor Stores, and Budweiser.  Texas Regional Sponsors include: Remington Arms, Leupold and Stevens, Gerber Legendary Blades, Thompson Center Arms, C. Young and Company, DoskoSport, Mossy Oak Brand Camo, Tecomate Wildlife Systems, Smith’s Abrasives, Hunter’s Specialties, Moultrie Feeders, ThermaCell, Wildgame Innovations, Bass Prop Shops, Under Armour, Nunley Brothers, Universal Scoring Products, BogGear, Cocoon ATV Products, Game Guard, Academy Sports and Outdoors, Cabela's, Drury Outdoors, and Record Rack Premium Game Feeds.

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TX_Kevin
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Fort Bend county

Looks like a shooter to me...

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Redbirds07

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I thought high fenced hunts werent eligible for the books?

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buckfever1985

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I am sorry I wouldn't shoot anything like that. Everyone says let this deer walk and let that one walk. To be honest you should of let that deer walk.  But great job!

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hornhunter

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ANTLERS Redbird, you are right about the high fence reg. But that only applies to official boone and Crockett scoring deer. Although I will be the first to recognize this deer as exceptional, I do have a problem with the way this deer was taken. First, I saw this deer in a video. The land owner has a managed lands permit. He therefore had the option of taking this deer before regular deer season. The owner explained that he desided to take the deer early to avoid the possibility of the deer breaking his antlers during the rut.I understand that the deer was taken some 2-3 weeks before regular season. If you will note, the deer is still in the velvet. As you may guess, I am not a big fan of the land management program. This gives a few land owners special privliges that the average hunter does not have. Also with the program, if you have this permit, conceveably one person could take as many deer that the permit allowed. If the permit allowed 300 deer to be taken, one person could do this, and I am not sure, but I do not think you need to use your deer tags as well.

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trophy8

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first off, the mld program is awsome. unless you have used it or been a part of it then you have no idea. it helps manage big ranches or even small ranches that otherwise you wouldnt have the time or ability to do so.  there was nothing wrong with the way he took this deer. its an awsome deer and anyone who says they wouldnt shoot it? your lying. if it walked out in front of you, the only reason you wouldnt shoot is because you just died of a hearattack

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