This bull elk could potentially be a new record non-typical for Saskatchewan.
Earlier this week we told you about the potential new Pope & Young World Record bull taken in Montana. It turns out it’s not the only world-class bull elk taken recently.
Feast your eyes on the monster non-typical taken near Macklin, Saskatchewan by local resident Kyla Krushelniski.
Boone & Crockett posted photos of this awesome elk on their Facebook page and they are reporting this bull has a chance to be in the top five all-time for non-typical American elk. The exact score of this bull hasn’t been released yet, but Boone & Crockett said it’s in the high 470s range.
The world record is a 478 5/8 inch monster from Piute County, Utah back in 2008.
What no doubt makes Krushelniski’s hunt all the more satisfying is the fact only 10 bull elk tags were given out for her area. She’d drawn elk tags in the past, but never a bull tag and this one ended up being her first ever.
Odds are this bull will not only earn a top spot in all-time B&C records, but will probably take the top spot for non-typicals in Saskatchewan. Boone & Crockett reports the current record is a 417 7/8 inch bull. Krushelniski will have to wait for the mandatory 60-day drying period to end before she can find out where her bull stands in Saskatchewan’s Henry Kelsey Big Game Records.
Wherever it ends up, that’s a heck of a first bull. Congrats on an awesome harvest Kyla!