On Feb. 8, during the Great American Outdoors Show, the Pope and Young Club convened a special panel of judges for a potential world-record black bear.
On Feb. 15, the Pope and Young Club convened a special panel of judges in Chatfield, Minn., for a potential new world-record Rocky Mountain goat.
An enormous 40-point muley taken in Saskatchewan in 2018 was confirmed as the new world record by the Pope and Young Club with an official score of 291-⅛ inches.
A special Pope and Young Club judges panel has declared a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep taken in South Dakota in 2018 as the new world record with a final score of 209⅛ inches, surpassing the previous world-record ram by nearly 10 inches.
It’s not every day a whitetail’s antlers break the 300 B&C score mark, let alone surpass the current World’s Record by more than 20 inches!
Chris Cammack’s Alaskan brown bear was confirmed as the new Pope and Young Club World Record with an official score of 29-4/16 inches.