New Wisconsin State record Whitetail Buck
The Green Bay, Wisconsin Cabela’s store was the host to a panel of six measurers from the Wisconsin Buck and Bear Club who convened Saturday morning to officially panel-score, following a mandatory 60-day drying period. The measurers included:
Mark Miller - Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club, Pope & Young, Boone & Crockett
Stan Zirbel- Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club, Pope & Young, Boone & Crockett
Marlin Laidlaw- Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club
Earl Conradt- Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club, Pope & Young
Andy Sternagel- Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club
Bucky Ihlenfeldt - Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club, Pope & Young, Boone & Crockett
Surpassing the former typical state-record archery buck taken in 2012 by Dusty Gerrits, which scored 189 7/8” net and 200 1/8” gross, the “Adam Hupf buck” has a total of 13 measureable points, a 18 4/8” inside spread, and 43 4/8” of circumference, and achieved an official typical score of 200 4/8” gross and 191 6/8” net scorable inches, and is now officially recognized as the current Wisconsin state record for typical bucks in the archery records.
The “Adam Hupf buck” taken in Dodge County Wisconsin is another example of why Wisconsin continues to be the number one spot in North America for trophy whitetails. Wisconsin currently ranks number one in Boone & Crockett and Pope & Young record entries.
It’s exciting not only for the hunter and the Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club, but also for the entire state of Wisconsin to continue to see the increased quality of deer taken in Wisconsin as people “Let ‘em Go, Let ‘em Grow”.
About Wisconsin Buck & Bear
The Wisconsin Buck and Bear Club is a group of dedicated volunteer individuals, organized for the purpose of collecting and maintaining records on trophy whitetail deer and black bear according to the Boone & Crockett scoring system.
For details, visit https://www.wi-buck-bear.org/about_us.php
To learn more about this, please contact:
Wisconsin Buck and Bear Club: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bucky Ihlenfeldt, Chairman