#1 Non-Typical with Bow
No# 1 Firearms
77-4/8" from Wicomico County
Albert H. Piasecki
No# 2 Non-Typical Crossbow
195-3/8" from Kent County
#1 Typical FIREARMS
No# 4 Firearms
72" from Dorchester County
No# 7 Non-Typical Crossbow
173-0/8" from Caroline County
No# 3 Non-Typical Archery-Bow
208-7/8" from Anne Arundel County
2016 from St. Mary's County - Crossbow
186-7/8" Gross, 172-3/8" Net
Scored by Steve Keithley
2016 from Prince George's County - Compound Bow
Rough Green Score - 200-1/8"
(Not officially scored as of yet)
David Ciekot's 354-pound sow took top honors
with a 17-7/8" measurement. This bear now
leads the sow black bear division.
Eric Paugh watched 2 stags fight it out last October in
Dorchester County. He arrowed the winner that responded to
Doug Wigfield's "Sika Seducer".
Eric's 66-1/8" stag was originally entered in the MTDC. He sent it
to us through this website.
James A. Smith took this terrific 13-point whitetail buck in Cecil
County on Opening Day 2016 with a rifle. Bob Newton scored it
at 180-7/8" gross and 170-6/8" as a typical whitetail. Bob also
submitted it to Boone & Crockett Club's All-Time Record Book.
Jay Callahan with his State Record Sika Deer Stag harvested in
Dorchester County with a score of 75-4/8 inches.
Brian H. Miller's 2012 non-typical whitetail from Kent County, scored 188-1/8 inches and is entered in the
Boone and Crockett Club records as well as BBS.
This buck - note the damaged skull - was poached; shot in the face, in Caroline County. The grievously
injured buck lasted 4 days until it succumbed and was recovered by Sheldon Neal who had been watching
this buck for over 3 years. It scored 177-0/8" gross and 162-3/8" net in the BBS Whitetail Found/Pickup
category. Sad end to a terrific Whitetail.
In the Whitetail Firearms Category; Female Division - Megan Weaver, age 23, lives in Anne Arundel county.
This giant whitetail was harvested in Howard county on 11-25-17 with a 20-gauge shotgun. Gross typical
score: 170-2/8". Net typical score: 163-0/8. Measured by Steve Keithley. Note the tag in the ear. This buck was
captured, tagged and released into the wild for a Lyme disease study conducted by UMD in February 2017.
Megan downed it on opening day of firearms season. Congratulations!