Hunters who hunt the same area or region, should over time, be able to differentiate to some degree of accuracy the age of "their" deer. Maybe not the exact age, but the difference between fawns, 1 1/2, 2 1/2 and 3 1/2 and older deer.Originally posted by Supa Roosta
I've got a question....
Why does the DNR go through all the hassle of removing teeth and jaw bones to determine a Deers age?
Seems to me there are quite a few on here who could save us a ton of bucks (no pun) just by eyeballing!!!!