New Archery Whitetail Record in Wisconsin

A 13-pointer arrowed by bowhunter Adam Hupf on October 11 has officially been scored as the new Wisconsin archery record for typical bucks. After the mandatory 60-day drying period, the rack was panel-scored on Saturday by members of the Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club in Green Bay, where the antlers measured 191 6/8 inches net. It had an inside spread of 18 4/8 inches and a 43 4/8-inch circumference, according to the Journal Sentinel.

The previous archery record was the 14-point typical measuring 189 3/8 inches, taken by Dusty Gerrits in 2012. Hupf’s Dodge County buck is the fourth new typical record taken by bow in seven years.

Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club scorers plan to release additional information and photos later this week.