New Wisconsion Whitetail Deer Record

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After the required 60 days of drying it appears that a buck taken by Brian Inda of Wautoma will be Wisconsin's new state record. The rack measured out at 187 5/8 inches which is just a bit bigger than the previous record set in 2006. JSOnline.com has a nice photo and a complete write up on the buck.

The rack measured 187 5/8 inches, three-eighths of an inch more than a buck killed by Barry Rose in Dunn County. "I'm shaking all over again," said Inda, 26. "We hunt because we love it, not for records. "And even though we knew we had a very big deer around, we never expected to get a shot at it, much less have it be the state record. This is unreal."

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Great buck, but I did find a

Great buck, but I did find a series of comments funny....

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"I'm shaking all over again," said Inda, 26. "We hunt because we love it, not for records.

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........Inda and hunting partner Craig Carpenter of Wild Rose secured a lease on the farm last summer after massive shed antlers were found nearby.

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Wouldn't that second statement mean that they secured the land to go after a buck with a big rack????  That makes them bone hunters, by definitions, and de facto record hunters.  Maybe they would have been happy with any big deer, but I just found it funny.....