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Magnolia Records Program

Magnolia Records Program

Have you ever wondered what the score was of the largest buck in your county? Or even the 10th largest buck? Thanks to the Magnolia Records Program you don’t have to guess any more!

The antler scoring system used for the Magnolia Records Program is identical to that used by the Boone & Crockett and Pope & Young Clubs. The minimum scores for the Magnolia Records Program are 125 – Typical, 155 – Non-Typical.

Magnolia Records

All white-tailed deer taken legally within Mississippi during any prior hunting season are eligible to participate in the Magnolia Records Program. All entrants meeting the minimum requirements of the Magnolia Records Program will receive an official Magnolia Records Program Certificate.

If the deer has been officially scored for Boone & Crockett, Pope & Young or Longhunters purposes, please bring the official score sheet with your mount to the scoring session.  Scoring sessions are held throughout Mississippi at various times of the year.  For a complete listing of scheduled scoring sessions see below or call the Mississippi Wildlife Federation at 601-605-1790.

If you are interested in hosting a Magnolia Records Program Scoring Session at your event download the request form, complete it and return via fax to the Mississippi Wildlife Federation at 601-605-1794.  Once the request is received it will be forwarded to the committee for approval.  A representative of the Mississippi Wildlife Federation will call and advise you of the decision.

Click here for the Magnolia Records Scoring Session Request Form

Want to see which bucks have already been scored? Visit Magnolia Records Online for the scores and images of all the bucks!

Approved Magnolia Records Scoring Sessions:

Date:  Thursday, November 6, 2014
Location:  Neshoba County Coliseum, Philadelphia, MS
Time:  3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Contact Person:  David Graves  (361) 935-1069
The Neshoba County Coliseum will accept deer to be scored all day November 5th through noon on November 6th.  Deer must be left as actual scoring will not take place until 3 p.m. on November 6th.

Please check back often as additional scoring sessions will be posted once approved.