Yes but how do they calculate what suitable habitat is? They certainly do not consider anything rural as suitable. No fields other than that 300' around suitable woodlots. No marshes or fenceline or creek bottoms. Only woodlots with 10 connecting acres or more. For example the suitable deer habitat in unit 45 is 97% but the suitable habitat in 80B is only like 35%. So only 35% of the total sq. miles within unit 80B is even considered deer habitat even though its probably 80% rural. There might be 200 sq. miles in unit 80B but they dont even look at anything but the 35% that is considered deer habitat. This info all came up after the 2008 gun deer season. You can look it up. 20 deer per sq. mile and 20 deer per sq.mile of deer habitat are two totally different things other than in the northern forest.
A man only has so many hunting seasons. Make the most of them.