Bowhunter Bags State Record Typical in Wisconsin

Adam Hupf of Beaver Dam, Wis., with his state-record whitetail.

Adam Hupf of Beaver Dam, Wis., with his state-record whitetail.

From the Wisconsin DNR:

NEW STATE RECORD FOR TYPICAL WHITETAIL BUCK

Congratulations to Adam Hupf from Beaver Dam for harvesting a new state record, typical whitetail buck. For 16 years Adam hunted this area and watched this buck for several years on his trail camera. On October 11, Adam had the opportunity to harvest it with his bow. The 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. It was officially scored by the Wisconsin Bear & Buck Club after the mandatory 60-day drying period. Read more about this record buck here: http://www.wi-buck-bear.org/10-11-14-Adam-Hupf-Buck-Press-Release.php.