Those numbers seem low, not saying your wrong at all, but I would have expect quite a few more in 30 years period.
Anybody have an idea of what percentage the reported ones make up of what is actually killed?
I only listed the top 5 counties - there are a number more listed when you include all Texas Counties.
These are straight out of the records provided by B&C. Many bucks gross the required score but very few net book.
I can get any time frame. Past ten years, etc.
To qualify it is a pretty solid process. Drying period and then an official B&C scorer has to measure and turn in the score sheets to B&C. Hunter has to complete paperwork verifying where killed, etc.