first off, by yearling i think you mean fawn right. fawns are 6 months old, yearlings are 1.5 by fall. shooting yearlingsis fine, shooting does with fawns is fine too. those fawns will simply meet up and join another group of does in short order for winter anyways - so it isnt like they'll die. last year i shot a doe with twins and ya know what those twins did? they met up with the other old doe with twins to create a five-some, which held together nicely till i killed that old doe too[:)].
nice to hear some group is using incentive to get bucks - i like that, it shows goal setting and attaining skills which more americans need to adapt to, and that includes hunters!!
have at em!!!
only if we had antler point restrictions...
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