Few animals stir the wilderness yearning for North American hunters like caribou. Big, nomadic, living in a wild land, with antlers too big for many sportsmen to comprehend. Here are the top bulls according to Safari Club International (SCI).
This remarkably symmetrical bull measures a mind-blowing 547 2/8s, making Pete Cintorio’s bow-and-arrow animal the number one mountain caribou for SCI. It was taken near Fire Lake in Canada’s Yukon, with guide Claude Smatch on September 23, 2004. Left and right main beams are nearly perfectly matched at just over 41 4/8s inches, with an inside spread of 40 inches and 52 total points.