Oklahoma's Top Five Typical Whitetails

 

John Ehmer with his deer head

1. John Ehmer

Score: 194 0/8
County: Pushmataha
Harvest Date: 11-28-07
Method of Harvest: Gun

A 12-point whitetail taken in November, 2007 by deer hunter John Ehmer from Tuskahoma is the number one typical deer in the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Cy Curtis Program Record Book.

The buck, which was harvested during the regular deer gun season, scored 194 and 0/8 Boone and Crockett (B&C) points. The buck grossed 202 1/8 B&C points. The deer was taken in southeastern Oklahoma near Clayton in Pushmataha County.

“I knew he was big when I saw him,” Ehmer said. “I was on my way to look at a place that I wanted to hang my stand for the next morning. All of a sudden he came running past me and he just stopped and turned around. I was simply in the right place at the right time.”

 

Jason Boyett and deer head

2. Jason Boyett

Score: 191 4/8
County: Pushmataha
Harvest Date: 11-18-07
Method of Harvest: Gun

A 17-point whitetail taken in November, 2007 by deer hunter Jason Boyett from Glenpool is the number one typical deer in the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Cy Curtis Program Record Book.

The buck, which was harvested during the regular deer gun season, scored 191 and 4/8 Boone and Crockett (B&C) points and weighed 160 pounds. The buck grossed 210 4/8 B&C points but had almost 27 points of deductions because the antlers were not symmetrical. The deer was taken in southeastern Oklahoma in Pushmataha County.

 


 

Larry Luman and his deer head

 

3. Larry Luman

Score: 185 6/8
County: Bryan
Harvest Date: 11-21-97
Method of Harvest: Archery

 

 

 

 

David Gribble and his deer head

4. David Gribble

Score: 181 6/8
County: Jackson
Harvest Date: 11-22-95
Method of Harvest: Gun