The Bath Sheds
Score: 314 6/8"
Item #: 0213
The tale begins in the Flint Hill region of northeast Kansas. After meandering in the neighboring fields, Jim Bath’s dog returned home (chewing on) one side of these now-legendary sheds. A frantic search began for the other side -- and the matching shed had been found by a local youngster (and was ultimately purchased by Jim to complete the set). The following year, Jim Bath (and others) scouted with intensity to locate this trophy whitetail on the hoof. Jim even contracted with a pilot to fly him over the area to assist him in scouting. Over the years, no news has ever been reported on the deer being seen or harvested. Another phantom of the woods.
This massive Kansas whitetail gross scores in the 290’s, and with minor repairs as shown shatters the magic 300” – 314 6/8” Non-Typical to be exact. Equally exceptional is the symmetry from side to side on such a high scoring non-typical. The Bath Sheds maintain a rare, remarkable main frame bolstered with additional tines and sticker points.
Hence, the Bath Sheds hold true to their nickname of the “Original” Kansas King.