Judge Roy Bean Outdoors
Texas Boone & Crockett Deer
BOONE AND CROCKETT
TEXAS AND MEXICO
Listings from the 1999 record book of the Boone and Crockett Club, "Records of North American Big Game" 11th Edition-1999. The number to the left of the county denotes the number of deer listed in the record book for the corresponding Texas county or Mexican state.
(click on a county name to find local information for that county.)
* A single Typical B&C buck came from the following Texas counties: Archer, Bandera,
San Patricio, Stephens,
** A single Non-Typical B&C buck came from the following Texas counties: Bandera, Burnet, Clay, Duval, Eastland, Gillespie, Grimes, Hamilton, Houston, Hunt, Kerr, Madison, Mc Culloch, Menard, Parker, Rains, Sabine, San Saba, Stephens, Sterling, Sutton, Throckmorton, Trinity, Washington
56 of Texas' 254 counties have produced Boone and Crockett bucks, but an interesting fact is that over 36% have come from only the 3 counties of Webb, Dimmit, and La Salle. The 'Golden Triangle' area of Texas for trophy bucks made up primarily of 7 counties has produced over 50% of the Texas total.
Keep in mind, bucks taken from "high fence" ranches do not qualify for Boone & Crockett.