I personally see nothing wrong with it, however, due to chronic wasting desiece, and poachers, and to prevent it becoming a business, the powers that be don't like the idea if sharing the meat. It makes it much harder to regulate If CWD does show up, they don't want it spread out. For a short time, the meat had to retain the metal band that was added by the deer check station. No band, and the meat was suspect and could be seized if they thought a crime was involved. That band (similar to a bird band) was your proof that the deer had been properly checked through the system. I believe they have done away with the bands now. Did you look up what happened at the park? It is what happens when the parks service bow to animal rights groups!
The only real difference between a good tracker and a bad tracker is observation. All the same data is present for both. The rest is understanding what you are seeing.