Who Killed the Biggest Whitetail Deer in Kentucky?

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The biggest whitetail deer in Kentucky was killed in 2006 by Dan Miller. This deer was the 6th largest typical buck ever killed in the globe. Almost 200,000 individuals enjoy hunting deers every season in Kentucky.
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Eddie Miller killed the largest whitetail buck in Kentucky in 2003
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That depends.What does biggest mean? Heaviest body weight, highest scoring rack (scored by most points and inches/spread of antlers) Killed by what? Modern gun, muzzle loader, archery
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Milo Hanson was awarded the world record for a whitetail deer with a score of 213 5/8 B&C. Pretty big!
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1. Check the beginning and ending dates for bow season in Kentucky. The archery season generally begins in early September and finishes in mid-January. Check this year's dates on
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