Ron Shaulis shattered the typical archery state record this past season.
A new record deer has found its way into whitetail history in the Keystone State.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission shared the announcement live on their Facebook page.
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Congratulations to Ron Shaulis who shattered the previous Pennsylvania typical archery category buck record with a score of 185 4/8!
Posted by Pennsylvania Game Commission on Thursday, January 4, 2018
The buck grossed 193 3/8 inches and netted a record 185 4/8 inches. The previous record typical whitetail was tagged in 2004 and scored 178 2/8 inches.
Pennsylvania has often caught a bad wrap for high hunter densities and a lack of QDMA practices, but it appears it’s beginning to change. The state has been making a noticeable effort to manage the deer herd, and last year, it produced a new non-typical record that scored 228 6/8 inches. It’s clear Pennsylvania whitetail hunting is on the upward trend.