Deer killed in Waukesha County sets new archery record
Jim Baker poses with his 28-point buck. Image by Whale-Tales Archery
WAUKESHA CO. - It's been a long journey, but this white-tailed deer killed by hunter Jim Baker back in September has now officially been certified as the non-typical archery record holder in Wisconsin.
According to the Whales-Tales Archery website, here's how the deer measures up:
- 28 measurable points
- 19 7/8 inch inside spread
- 66 6/8 inches of abnormal points
- 260 5/8 inch gross score
The deer was originally killed September 18th, but it took until this week for the record to be officially certified.