New Wisconsin Typical Buck Archery Record Set
Adam Hupf’s monstrous 13 point buck that was shot on October 11 in Dodge County, Wisconsin has been scored as the new Wisconsin archery record for a typical buck. The 60-day drying period has now passed and the rack was officially scored this past Saturday in Green Bay by members of the Wisconsin Buck and Bear Club. The giant Wisconsin typical buck measured 200 4/8 inches gross and 191 6/8 inches net according to the Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club.
Wisconsin Typical Record Buck
The typical rack on this buck carried a ton of mass with 43 4/8 inches of circumference and had an 18 4/8 inch inside spread. It beat out the second place buck shot in Fond du Lac county by Dusty Gerrits of Waupun that scored 187 7/8 inches back in 2012.
Wisconsin Archery Record Buck
Of course, the firearm typical record buck is the famous Jim Jordan buck that was shot long ago in 1914 in Burnett County. That buck has a typical score of 2.6 1/8 inches and is one of the most famous bucks of all time. Many believe that it is the true world record typical.
Wisconsin Typical Buck Record
The photo above is courtesy of Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club. It shows the men who scored the buck along with the new record rack. The measurers include Mark Miller of Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club, Pope and Young Club, Boone and Crockett Club; Stan Zirbel of Wisconsin Buck & Bear, Pope and Young, Boone and Crockett; Marlin Laidlaw of Wisconsin Buck & Bear; Earl Conradt of Wisconsin Buck & Bear, Pope and Young; Andy Sternagel of Wisconsin Buck & Bear; and Bucky Ihlenfeldt of Wisconsin Buck & Bear, Pope and Young, Boone and Crockett.
Adam Hupf Record Buck
Congratulations to Adam on an awesome deer and the new typical archery record in Wisconsin.
Giant Wisconsin Typical
You can learn more about this hunt on the previous article on MorningMoss here.
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