Grade Breakdown by Resident and Nonresident
Individual Reports and CommentsAdd Your Grade
Andy D (resident)
Not seeing many bucks. Stage management program needs more progress.
Too many does being killed and too many coyotes with no plan to reduce the population.
Its been a slow year
Juan carrillo (resident)
10doe to 2 bucks
Dan S. (nonresident)
3bucks per year you've got to be picky, allows better quality. A doe a day allows you to fill the freezer while maintaining good buck to doe ratios.
Dustin W (resident)
A lot of hunters kill anything they see instead of having a decent land management program
Cj brannon (resident)
We have a surplus of deer in south Alabama, but with Florida hunter's leasing and buying all our land up here, they shoot anything that walks and taboo to shoot does.
Caleb Carr (resident)
All I have seen are small bucks this year. Have not seen many large killed. Seen large amounts of does and small bucks.
Nic Ray (resident)
Should be a limit on number of bucks taken per person each year, I see multiple young deer maybe 1-2 years old taken daily. Unless your in a club most people don’t let the deer grow to be a
Alexander Waltenbaugh (resident)
The state needs to follow suite and implement an antler restriction. The state mentality is if it’s brown it’s down, and unless you have private land the odds of shooting a big buck are slim to none.
The attitudes of deer hunter's are slowly changing toward better deer management. Public hunting lands are slowly decreasing and the Forever Wild Funds are being manipulated from it's original intent.
Brandon Taff (resident)
The states deer population is great but the people need to let young bucks walk and start shooting mature bucks only if we did that we had so many big bucks
Harlan Winn (resident)
In areas where hunters let younger bucks walk, the quality is very good, although they are tough to hunt. We have plenty of deer. State's management program is completely ineffective.