[font=arial]Thanks I think I have read that in the past.[/font]
[font=arial]Night counting, track counting (based on outdated science) aerial survey's are options employed, but from their own article:
"Collecting information from harvested deer and keeping good records is an essential part of herd management. Without it, deer management is based on guesswork."
[font=arial][size=2]So it seems it's just all guesswork??[/font]
[font=arial]And while reading I managed to find this tid-bit. Which according to most herd management information it is not quite the healthiest thing to do for the overall herd:[/font]
Currently, in most of Florida, FWC allows for some of the most liberal buck hunting in the country and relatively conservative doe hunting strategies.
[font=arial]I imagine they do the best they can with what they are given to work with.[/font]
"Go as far as you can see; when you get there, you'll be able to see farther."