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Wisconsin Outdoor News, Brian Inda a bowhunter from Wautoma killed the new Wisconsin state bowhunting record whitetail deer buck. The deer was taken on November 2 on an old Christmas tree farm in Wild Rose.
The rack has 12 points, five on the right and seven on the left. It’s inside spread measures 22 inches. The final score, after a drying period of 60 days, measures 187 5/8 inches, three-eighths of an inch more than a buck killed by Barry Rose in Dunn County. Rose's buck had held the state record since 2006.
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