I just finished reading an article in a hunting magazine I subscribe to, and it mentions states like Kansas & Ohio. Where they are only allow one buck a year. Both of these states rank high in the number of big buck taken every year. Do you think that one buck a year would first work, second help NJ to get recognised for its big bucks as well. A deer management program like this would most likely allow little bucks the opportunity to grow before they are harvested.