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rifle season or muzzleloader season. There is an over abundance of doe in this unit. adjust by deer count Adjust the amounts based on population again, this varies from year to year and is hard to predict. I think in general dmps are handled well allow all junior hunters able to harvest a doe if they dont see a buck An additional tag of Antlered/Antlerless deer should be included with the purchase of a Super-Sportsman License Answer is region dependent. Fine in most too restrictive in region 6 as required Base the permits on solid hunting data and not a survey done by the conservation department, let's face it 8 game wardens for st lawerance county versus 70,000 hunters who has the better count. caution should be used to avoid herd erratication like they have in many of the southern tier areas. Poor management! clean up northern tier every 5 yrs or so Could be more liberal if nuisance permits eliminated Create a "statewide" category to be offered as a 2nd choice only with low odds. DEC issues doe permits as required for effective deer herd management. DEC needs more check in stations for longer periods to get a better idea of how many does are taken. DEC needs to study DEC should issue as needed for herd management Dec should listen to the hunters & not insurance companys of vehicles who say deer hits cost to much, thats why we pay insurance duh! DEC should make the decision on numbers issued. dec should reassess the dmp alotments and isesue more dmps fore areas like 6a Depends on area depends on area some areas are issuing tomany permits depends on area!! DMP's are issued based on scientific data. However, the data may be skewed in some areas. Landowners refuse to allow hunting and the population rises. Then they complain and get DMAP's or nuisance permits. See question above. do away with nuisance permits for more dmp's doe permits are being managed very well Doe permits are good where necessary, DEC needs to get a better hanle on deer densities in certain areas, IE Columbia County and Northern vs Souther Jefferson County doe permits arr pushed by the insurance companys and are also money makers for the state. yhe herds around my area have been decimated . there are dnough illegal does taken we dont need doe permits. Doe permits in place of nuisance permits doe permits like nuisance permits are often mis-uesd by land owners i have herd a number of times that land owners have stated " i apply for as many permits as i can then throw them away " this defeats the reason for nuisance and management permits. Doe permits need to be regulated due to areas of overpoulation and areas of very very few deer. doe permits should be adjusted from year to year and area to area as the populations change doe permits should be for land owner that own more than 100 acreas of land, and the same hunters always get permits every year, what about the hunter safety instructors??? Doe permits should be stopped in the Nothern Zone!! Doe permits ties so much into the issue related to the deer population on these large tracts of "locked-up" lands. Doe permits can be issued with no animals taken when, in fact, there is an over population because of the "sanctuary" eliminate 10.00 fee ELIMINATE NUISANCE PERMITS AND ADD TO DMP TAGS eliminate nusiance permits and issue more doe permits get rid of the fee to apply
great deer management I believe more education is needed for people who do not understand Doe permits and the rules and regulations behind restrictions. NY State DEC does a great job explaining their DMP this year in the new "magazine". More education needs to be done with hunters while getting thier licenses. I believe that the DEC generally does a good job monitoring the deer herd but I at times I have also felt I should have received a permit when I didn't make the pick. I do not feel I am qualified to make a decision. I feel the biologists are more qualified I see a lot of permits go unfilled. I think the current restictions are just fine. I support the issuance of doe permits based on sound wildlife management practices and assume this is how permits are currently determined. i think someone who owns land should have a chance at a doe tag, now only muzzleloadres and bow can get them, we are paying the taxes I think the DEC issues too many to lower the population in any given area. Takes too many years to build the population back up. I think when they decide to lower the population in an area, they get carried away and go too far. I think the nuisance permits to farmers should be lessoned. I think the number issued should directly reflect population and harvest, on a year-to-year basis i think there should be more research on this subject i think you should be allowed 1 tag with adjusted seasons for each sex depending on hunting area populations I would like to see all doe harvesting regulated by DMP (doe permit), which means I believe bow and muzzleloader hunters should not automatically receive an either-sex and/or altlerless permit with their bow/muzzleloader license, but have to apply for and receive a DMP like the modern firearm hunters. This would allow better protection/control of the deer herd and forests and also be more fair by allowing people who hunt using only modern firearms to have an equal chance for harvesting a doe (Equal chance of drawing a DMP as a bow or muzzleloader hunter, who are now not required to draw a DMP to harvest a doe). I thought this is what the DEC was proposing during the comment period prior to issuing the five year management plan. It is difficult to leave a comment in such a small box. Id love to see a 4pt law unless your a junior. If the DEC believes the herd is to large allow more die permits if the survey of deer populations in a specific zone more permits could be issued. if they need them in an area then they should issue them there are a lot of deer being hit in the 6a area ifeel they should be stopped Issue more permits every other year issue on a year by year deer survey it depends on the area in northern ny we have a lot of does it is fine the way it is It needs to be determined from area to area and not a blanket decision. It should be one license, one deer of either sex and permits where needed. Land owner only. landowners should not have a big preferance as they have the land to hunt on unlike those that own small parcels Landowners with more than 50 Acres should get a permit. Lic. to kill, there is enough illegal hunting going on currently. like doe permits Hate nauisense permits listen to the hunters and issue permits where they are needed!! make informed decsions based on fact make the # of permits based on the need of the deer population so we dont harvest too many animals More complicated an issue than this! more in some zones more in some zones more permits where needed and hunters need to report deer harvests more honestly Must vary by area and hunan occupation density Needs closer management, faster reaction time to herd size changes needs to be adjusted to poulation should be flexible
no permits in the adirondacks and no bow or muzzleloader antlerless deer season. Not needed now number available should be based on population studies to keep them under control. So too many don't get killed and too little aren't taken. number of doe permits should be given out only after looking at the numbers taken and adjusted from the lasts years take Nys should give out more doe permits and get rid of nuisance permits ok as is Ok like it is. Have a doe day again,no permit required. ok this way one deer per person either sex eliminate permits One(1) doe permit($10.00 fee) should be available to any hunter that wants one, without restriction. only increase in way over-browsed areas Permits are a management tool, numbers need to be set by wildlife managers, not because people want more or less. Present system works fine Private land owners or farmers that post there land should not receive nuisance or any doe permits! re evailuation should be done untits 6's and 7's relocate boundrys to match deer population Remain the same Restriction depend on the area seem to do fairly well Seems about right, but no does with muzzle loaders in Non-agricultural zones. should be adjusted for the population should be based on herd health should be more doe permits for other areas Should be used to get additional deer after filling a tag should depend on doe take from previos season and projected winter kill should go acorrding to the area if heavy,issue more tags should come w 1 of each during the season The DEC is appropriately maintaining a quota on the deer population and issues an appropriate number of doe permits The DEC should determine haw many permits it will issue. The DEC should refund the fee if the hunter does not draw a doe tag The lottery system is just fine. The size of ny deer herd is controled by weather (and unfortunately poaching) the state needs the have the freedom to regulate this on a yearly survay. The system is working now. Why change what is working? the way it is now works well There is sometimes an inbalance between areas they are need, put ever area is differnet they are need, put ever area is differnet they are useful They should be issued only when there is an over abundance of does. Too many people took advantage of doe permits. Hunters were getting access to them even though they did not own at least 50 acres of land. transfer program is good we should have 2 choices for doe permits in the area that we hunt We should not be required to pay for these permits! What we have is good, but I would like to see the ARs put into effect. Wmu dependent
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