Which deer gets shot?
Would not shoot the fawns under any circumstances. Nubbies are your bucks of the future and I have never heard one person say that they had too many bucks walking around. We make a concerted effort in our group to not shoot nubbies, so out of all our doe harvesting since we started our QDM camp, our nubbie harvest rate is about 2% of all antlerless deer killed. Compare that to the statewide average of 23%, and I'll stack my crew against anyone in the state on identifying targets properly before letting one fly. I haven't shot one since I was a kid. Got a couple to start because they are easy and haven't looked back. Besides, a nice adult doe that dresses at 120# or better is generally the smartest deer in your woods. Those grandma does are sharp. Leave the buck fawn to be tomorrows trophy and the doe fawn for future breeding stock. You need recruitment for a healthy and viable population.
Also, just an FYI to the guy who said no doe tags were available "up north". That isn't quite correct. All license holders under 18 were issued an antlerless tag that is/was valid statewide...including the northern buck only areas.
My son shot a couple of fawns this year and could not have been more happy.
Shoot what makes you happy, don't worry about what others think.