We recently posted a story about a massive elk from Minnesota and now the Boone and Crockett Club is reporting another huge bull from east of the Mississippi. This big elk came from Pennsylvania.
The club posted a photo of Tod Reichert’s reported 400-inch bull to its Instagram page with the caption: “Pennsylvania governor’s tag. Unofficial score.”
Pennsylvania has a notable history of taking big bulls. The Keystone State is celebrating it’s 100th year of reintroduced elk, which are mainly located in the northcentral part of the state. Pennsylvania is home to about 900 wapiti and big bulls are killed there every year.
Check out some of our previous stories on elk hunting in PA:**
New State Record Nontypical Elk in Pennsylvania
Is the East the Future of Trophy Elk Hunting?