I really don't believe that you have a problem. As these other guys have pointed out, if you have does, the bucks will start showing up shortly, for their annual mating ritual.
I live on the side of a mountain, in a gated community, where we have a ton of deer and, of course, being a residential area, no hunting is permitted here. All year long we see many doe and fawns........mostly family groups; however, with the exception of an occasional young spike or other 1.5 year old, it is rare to spot a buck. This is until early October or so, at which time the big boys seem to appear out of nowhere and start checking out the does. I have been using my trail camera in my yard and there isn't any significant buck activity around here during the late winter, spring or summer. But when fall hits, they come looking for the does. So......as others have said, if you have the does, the bucks will show up.
In my situation, since we have no hunting within this community, we have no meaningful way of keeping the doe-to-buck ratio down, but we still see some dandy's just prior to and during the rut.
By the way, fawn recruitment this year seems to be excellent, at least in the Northern Virginia area where I reside.
It isn't what happens to us, it is how we deal with it, that matters most.