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Florida Buck Registry's interactive map provides a wealth of information

Staff Report
FWC

Find top scoring bucks where you hunt by checking out the FWC’s interactive map, which shows where Florida Buck Registry entries are located by county. You can search for entries by antler score range, year, method of take, and typical or non-typical antlers. There's also a map of Florida with color-coded counties based on which have the highest antler scores or most entries.

The Florida Buck Registry was established in 1982 to provide hunters a record of the number and quality of white-tailed deer taken in Florida. The minimum antler score necessary to qualify is 100 Boone and Crockett inches for typical antlers and 125 for non-typical antlers.