Sorry I didn't get back before your trip. But to answer your question late, I would guess that the buck to doe ratio is not good at all. Good being 3:1 or less does to buck. In my experience it is probably and I am just guessing, closer to 10:1. But the biggest issue is buck age. Now if you read my most recent post prior to this one you'll find I broke my own rule about shooting young bucks. My only excuse is that I had never had the opportunity at a velvet buck. Anyways, the deer are plentiful and shot opportunities numerous. The chance of encountering a big buck (125"+) is good. But do as I say not as I do and leave the youngins alone so they can get that big.
In my defense I had passed on several other bucks that were 2 1/2 or younger out of velvet. My buck was a great trophy for me to harvest in velvet and I am proud of him regardless, and now I am out of excuses.
I hope your trip went well.