Photo courtesy of Scot Brun.
Back in 2001, the introduction of antler restrictions was met with pessimism among Keystone State hunters. Many of the state's "expert" hunters voiced skepticism and some fairly strong criticisms.
Yet during the past few years, Pennsylvania has produced an eye-popping crop of giant bucks, including some of the best in the Northeast.
During the 2007 rifle season, Pennsylvania hunters took 109,200 bucks -- the lowest total buck harvest in 22 years. The overall deer harvest was down by 11 percent. continue