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World Records

Boone & Crockett

Mule Deer Typical
Score: 226 4/8
Location: Colorado
Date: 1972
Hunter: Doug Burris, Jr.
Mule Deer Non-typical
Score: 355 2/8
Location: Alberta
Date: 1926
Hunter: Ed Broder

Pope & Young

Mule Deer Typical
Score: 203 1/8
Location: Colorado
Date: 1979
Hunter: Bill Barcus
Mule Deer Non-typical
Score: 274 7/8
Location: Colorado
Date: 1987
Hunter: Kenneth W. Plank
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Ask Mr. Mule Deer

Q. Do desert mule deer roam? How long can they go without water?
Chris Schroder - Buckeye, AZ

A. Chris, most desert deer do roam more than mountain deer. I have found bucks that travel distances of up to 10 miles in circles to feed and water. That doesn't mean that all desert bucks travel far, even in the desert some bucks have a small home range. If there is adequate feed, water, and cover close by some bucks never leave an area. Bucks can go without water a lot more than does and fawns. I have actually found areas in the desert that bucks rarely drink if ever. It's rare, but in these areas the bucks get their moisture from the plants, cactus, and grass in the area. I have personally followed bucks in areas like this to try to understand how bucks survive. I still don't know how, but they do. Generally most bucks in the desert water every two to three days, and can and do water at all times, morning, noon, and night.
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