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New State Record Nontypical Elk in Pennsylvania

Author: Field & Stream

This very well could be the eighth largest nontypical elk ever taken by a hunter. But this bull wasn't killed on a Montana slide or in a New Mexico drainage. It was shot by Bill Zee (pictured right) in the backwoods of North Central Pennsylvania.

For years the Keystone state has been turning out gigantic wapiti, and Zee's is the biggest. It's the pending nontypical state record scoring 442 6/8. Here's the inside story of how Zee took this incredible bull.




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