Last October the Womack buck took the internet by storm. Some people thought it could be the new typical world record, but that was not the case. The buck, however, is now the new Oklahoma state archery record when it barely squeaked by the old record by 1/8th of an inch.
According to Tulsa World, Guner Womack had his monster 16-point typical whitetail scored at the Backwoods Hunting & Fishing Expo in Oklahoma City Saturday. Where it was confirmed as the new state record.
The buck was scored by a panel of three experienced scorers, who came up with a score of 188 5/8 inches which bested the former record of 188 4/8 killed by Wade Ward back in 2007. The overall state record was killed by John Ehmer in 2007 and scored 194 inches.
“I was a little nervous but even if it wasn’t a record it’s always been a great deer,” Womack said.
The buck was Womack’s first with a bow and according to him quite the experience.
Congratulations to Gunner and his incredible buck.