Missouri brothers catch largest raccoon in state history
WORTH COUNTY, Mo. (KCTV) - Two Missouri brothers recorded a record raccoon catch in Worth County.
Couper Simmons and his brother Hunter Simmons harvested a 35-pound raccoon while hunting in Worth County. After contacting conservation agent Brandon Lyddon, who weighed the raccoon at a certified scale, it was determined that their catch was and MDC state record.
The current MDC state record had been 28 pounds, 8 ounces. New records are determined at the end of hunting and trapping seasons, which end at the end of February.
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