The state began maintaining big game records in 1965. While entries are categorized by method of take and typical or non-typical frame, Lenzi says preliminary measurements suggest his buck could beat the largest overall record—a 189-inch buck taken in 1943. The current archery record is 178 2/8 inches, set in 2004. "This trophy also could meet the minimum score for inclusion in the Boone & Crockett Club's records book, which is very difficult to do, and a testament to the trophy deer potential we have in the Keystone State," said D'Angelo. Watch online to see how it all plays out.