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#534639 - 12/19/07 11:17 PM Re: doe to buck ratios, does it matter? [Re: BigGameGuy]
smstone22
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My OBSERVED ratio this year has been 4 to 1 do/buck ratio. My ACTUAL ratio from 4000 some odd trail cam pics is 1.5(rounded off) does to 1 buck. Im very happy with that number.
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#534738 - 12/20/07 07:12 AM Re: doe to buck ratios, does it matter? [Re: smstone22]
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 Originally Posted By: steven stone
My OBSERVED ratio this year has been 4 to 1 do/buck ratio. My ACTUAL ratio from 4000 some odd trail cam pics is 1.5(rounded off) does to 1 buck. Im very happy with that number.


Good example steven of how what is observed doesn't always match what is really going on.
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#535023 - 12/20/07 11:58 AM Re: doe to buck ratios, does it matter? [Re: BSK]
J Hartman
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Yeah it is does, actually never seen but one spotted deer so far all season, I understand that not all fawns have spots, But i'd still have to say, no, not really any fawns. Some of the does I've seen would have to be at least five years old...
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#536512 - 12/21/07 02:14 PM Re: doe to buck ratios, does it matter? [Re: J Hartman]
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 Originally Posted By: Interlunium
Yeah it is does, actually never seen but one spotted deer so far all season, I understand that not all fawns have spots, But i'd still have to say, no, not really any fawns. Some of the does I've seen would have to be at least five years old...


Fawns may have spots in bow season , but they lose them as the season progresses .
Sounds like you do need to hammer the does .
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