Just read an article on realtree.com that said in Maine it is hard to draw a "coveted" antler-less tag because Maine is mostly a bucks only state. Just thought that was odd. Maybe the extreme cold winters keep the doe population in check? I don't know, but that just doesn't seem like practical herd management. Man, we really have some liberal bag limits/seasons here compared to other states. We may not have many P&Y bucks running around, but we sure have it good considering we can theoretically hunt from September 10th to February 15th or 16th or somehting. And the amount of public land accessable to us is amazing. Good ole NJ.