There is much talk about North America coughing up a new world record whitetail buck this coming season (either Typical or Non-Typical). From Western Canada down to the Midwest a mild winter has all the experts predicting that Milo Hanson's World Record Typical, or Tony Lovstuen's world record Non-Typical might well be in jeopardy THIS season. In a recent article by Outdoor Life's Mike Hanback in Whitetail Hunting Strategies magazine (Sept. issue) he predicted that Indiana has a legitimate shot at producing a possible world record whitetail (it was in his top 5). With all the rain we've received this summer; coming off the heels of a very mild winter, he could be right. Let's hear your pick(s) as to where the next world record whitetail buck could possibly come from and why. I feel that the new world record typical could come from Steuben County, Indiana this coming November.......:biggrin: Go J.L!!!!!