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    Quote Originally Posted by HPL View Post
    This sounds a lot closer to a trophy management scheme to me. I'm assuming that does are also allowed?
    No it is county wide, Morris County TX. Does are only allowed Thurs. Fri. Sat. and Sun. of Thanksgiving holidays. It is in the Texas regs. It also varies our neighbor Cass Co. has a different doe season. But, it is not a private trophy management shceme at all and it has been succesful.
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    You misinterpreted my comment. That scheme is very similar to a trophy management scheme. I was aware from your post that you weren't talking about some private ranch instituting a program, but a public attempt to improve the "quality" of the deer by implementing some rules that closely resemble the rules one might find on a well managed ranch. (only four days of doe season? Is Morris Co a low deer population area?)
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    So you guys shoot spikes? Up here a lot of deer wont get branches till 2 then at 3 look out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HPL View Post
    You misinterpreted my comment. That scheme is very similar to a trophy management scheme. I was aware from your post that you weren't talking about some private ranch instituting a program, but a public attempt to improve the "quality" of the deer by implementing some rules that closely resemble the rules one might find on a well managed ranch. (only four days of doe season? Is Morris Co a low deer population area?)
    My bad, we are a very small county. It is mostly cattle or timber with very little farming. There is decent hunting but yes I would catagorize us as a low density population County.
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