Potential Mississippi state-record buck killed

Canemount WMA produces 205-inch 17-point

What could be the largest typical buck ever killed in Mississippi was downed Wednesday — and it came on one of the state’s wildlife management areas.

Josh Clark killed the deer that has been green scored as high as 205 inches during a draw hunt on Canemount WMA near Port Gibson, Miss.

The current state-record typical taped out at 184 6/8 inches. That deer was killed in 2010 by James Saunders in Adams County.

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Bobby Cleveland has covered sports in Mississippi for over 40 years. A native of Hattiesburg and graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi, Cleveland lives on Ross Barnett Reservoir near Jackson with his wife Pam.

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