From the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources - All-time antler records update now available on DNR website
Columbia, South Carolina - The complete listing of South Carolina’s antler records is now available to the public online.
Although summary information has been available annually, this is only the fifth time that the complete listing of all antler records has been available since 1998, according to Charles Ruth, Deer and Wild Turkey Program Coordinator for DNR.
The South Carolina white-tailed deer Antler Records Program was initiated in the spring of 1974 and since that time, 6,389 sets of antlers (6,147 typical and 242 non-typical) have been officially entered into the list. Initially, scoring sessions were only conducted a few times each spring but, since 1987 antler scoring sessions have been scheduled throughout the state with approximately 12 sessions occurring annually... find out more about South Carolina's all-time antler records program