Okay, I need to get some feedback on this one because the numbers just don't add up for me. According to the DNR, we have an estimated 1.4 million whitetails in Michigan....Here's where the numbers get fuzzy. If you divide the 1.4 million deer by 65,000 (the approximate number of square miles in Michigan) you come up with a number of 21.86 deer per EVERY SQUARE MILE IN MICHIGAN! That number includes all of the metropolitan areas of Detroit, Flint, Saginaw, Grand Rapids, etc. Anybody else have a hard time buying into these numbers like I do or do I spend too much time thinking?
Goal: 1 shot= 1 kill