After the walrus, the bison is the largest North American game animal. Large bulls can measure 5-6 feet (1.5 to 1.8 m) at shoulder, and weigh 1,600-2,200 pounds (725-1,000 kg), occasionally as much as 3,000 pounds (1,350 kg). Females are much smaller, weighing about 900 pounds (400 kg) or less.
The number 6 Bison was taken by Donald Dabel near Tinnie, NM with the help of Tony Dickinson of Circle Bar West. It measures 76 4/8”.
The number 11 bison was taken by Jim Grassi in 2005 near Love, Saskatchewan. Rick Green guided Jim to this bull that measured 74 6/8”.
G.F. “Reno” Gonzagowski holds the number 24 spot with this bull taken in 2009 near Wright, WY with the help of guide Lou Prosinouski. It measures 72 3/8”.
Michael Drewnowski scored the number 17 bison in 2009 in Custer State Park, SD. It measures 73 3/8”.
Herbert Bobchin took the number 20 bull in 1989 in Tom Miner Basin, Montana. Guide Levi Britton got him on this bull that measures 72 7/8”.
L. Irvin Barnhart took this number 5 Bison in 1992 with Levi Britton of Pine Mountain Outfitters in Montana. It measures 76 7/8”.
Brandon McCullough took the number 15 spot with this big bull in 2008 near Hartsel, CO. It measures 73 7/8”.
Len Brewster took this number 8 ranked Bison in 1983 in Custer State Park with the help of Fred Matthews. It measured 75 3/8”.
Bill Gentner took this number 14 bison in Custer State Park, SD in 2002. Chad Kremer guided him to a bull measuring 74 1/8”.
Mark Farnam took the number 7 Bison in 2004 in Custer County, SD with Chad Kremer. This Bison measures 76”.