"All regions have older bucks these days," says Harju, "and lots of them." For some of the biggest, head to west-central Wyoming, where massive bucks with deep forks are available to hunters who are willing to climb or ride high into the backcountry. "Populations are at their objectives in both the Sublette and Wyoming Range herds." Three counties dominate the record books--Lincoln, Sublette, and Teton. Typical heads are most common, such as Randy Mixon's 195, taken in Lincoln County in 2001.