Why have giant non-typicals become the norm for big bucks? Four types of non-typicals that are "growing" on hunters.
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DROP TINES: The sight of a drop tine, large or small, will jazz any hunter. Maybe that’s because drops or “clubs” occur on relatively few whitetails. Usually only a single or double drop grows.
Wild Fact: The No. 1 non-typical, which was picked up in St. Louis Co., Mo., in 1981, has six measurable drops on its 3337⁄8-inch rack.