The Baker Buck is an impressive animal indeed. Sporting 28 scoreable points, a 19-7/8-inch inside spread, and 66-6/8 inches of abnormal points, the new state bowhunting record is the second largest nontypical ever shot in Wisconsin by any hunter. Baker's buck took over the runner-up spot by edging out the Arnold Stalsberg buck, which was shot in during the 1998 firearms season and scored 247-3/8 inches. The current B&C Wisconsin state record nontypical has reigned for 40 seasons. That buck, which scored 253 inches B&C, was shot by Elmer Gotz in Buffalo County during the 1973 gun season.