ORIGINAL: Dan Schmidt
Anter-point restrictions are best used when implemented voluntarily by private landowners. States have used them with some success in limited areas, but no long-term, widespread benefit of such regulations has been realized. My suggestion is to manage what you can on private land and try to forge good relationships with your neighbors to do the same.
Dan...That's a good point. Does PA have it state-wide? I guess I haven't done much research on it.
As far as deer, my biggest buck came in at 170 field dressed. He was a hog. The rack was nice (nothing huge), but had the body of a cow! Biggest doe I shot weighed in at 145. That was the first year I hunted, and the first deer I shot. I have a picture of it and her legs are touching the ground while hanging from a tree branch. I was 12 at the time, but look like a midget up next to it. I'll have to see about getting that picture scanned and maybe put on here.