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Buffalo County, Wisconsin is the #1 County for Pope & Young and
Boone & Crockett class bucks in the nation.
Buffalo County is known as part of the Driftless area, with extremely varied topography consisting of high ridges, long narrow valleys, and areas of steeply sloping land in between. Bluffs rise above the river bottoms by 500 feet in some areas. Only a small corridor along the Mississippi River was ever glaciated, where terraces have been formed from glacial melt water deposits. The lack of glaciers in Buffalo County, Wisconsin has left an abundance of minerals in the farm land. In addition to the minerals, the topography has made it challenging for hunters for consistent wind, This is why Buffalo County has been famous for those rack growing monster trophy whitetails.