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Two Oklahoma Men Claim Non-Typical Elk Records

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Facebook: Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC)

These two Guymon men now hold the top two spots for non-typical elk in Oklahoma's Cy Curtis Awards Program.

According to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, two men from Guymon, Oklahoma, each shot new-state-record elk.

Johnathan Moore's archery-killed bull, which scored 371 6/8, claimed the title for the largest non-typical elk ever harvested in the state.

Meanwhile, Lonnie Pierce's bull, which scored 355 6/8, became the largest bull ever shot with a muzzleloader, and the second-largest behind Moore's.

Record-breaking Elk: Friends Lonnie Pierce and Johnathan Moore, both of Guymon, now hold the top two spots for...

Posted by Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC) on Thursday, April 11, 2019

Both were shot in Texas County, Oklahoma.

The best part of this story is that the two are friends.

Congratulations to Lonnie and Johnathan on two great bulls!

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Two Oklahoma Men Claim Non-Typical Elk Records