Pennsylvania hunting history was made when the state’s inaugural archery elk season opened on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019. Jim Lickfeld of Williamsville, N.Y., killed Pennsylvania's first archery-season bull elk, and it could become the No. 1 state record.
Eighteen-year-old Guner Womack recently killed a buck on family-owned property in Pawnee County that will likely become the new Oklahoma state record.
A 23-point buck that could be a new Florida state record was poached last October. The buck was initially measured by a Boone and Crockett Club official and grossed a green-score of 207 inches, putting it in the class of the current state record.
25-year-old DJ Lacks has landed a potential state record with this giant 674-pound black bear from Lunenburg County, Va.