Antlerless Harvest Questions
No anterless tags should mean no anterless tags. I could see if your 1st year you were given an anterless tag for buck only units, but getting one every year until the age 18 is ridiculous. If you add up all the anterless deer one youth hunter could kill from age 12 to 17 and the offspring those deer could have in the 6 year span it adds up quickly.
I didn't want to come across as a nob or anything but wow some of these antlerless total in the northern forest units are "rather high".
Sure must have been a lot of "kids" blasting away.
Maybe I can rent out a kid next season......(NOT).
Edit: I just looked it up and the regs say all "youth" hunters get a doe tag valid anywhere in the state. I don't see where "youth" is defined. The "youth hunt" is ages 10 - 15. Junior licenses are ages 12 - 17.