I just talked to John Bogucki earlier, and he reports that the number of Boone and Crockett bucks that were reported to the HRBP program stands at 18 (with more possibly coming in later) heads from the 2004 season. So far this year....12 have been reported from last season. I know for a fact that several of them haven't been turned in yet. The single statewide record now stands at 18 heads (2004 season). Iowa had over 37 heads turned in from this same year; and this was only the numbers I counted on their DNR website. What, you mean you can actually go on a state's DNR website and see that the DNR is excited about the numbers of giants their state is producing? State DNRs actually care about their state's scoring programs? Why...what's wrong with those states?? Go to Ohio's, Iowa's, Illinois', Kansas', Kentucky's (pssst...these are the big buck producing states) DNR websites and see that their big buck programs are actually affiliated in one way, or another with their DNRs. Wouldn't that be cool if our state DNR was excited about trophy bucks, and proper whitetail herd management????!!!!!!!