Well, I checked the camera at Wardney's salt lick yesterday. I had 157 pics, that was a 7 day check. We've had some very strong winds off and on, I had more "empty" pictures than normal. Blowing the tree limbs around, setting off the camera. The camera is mounted on a cedar tree, I hate to cut that limb out of the way, my camera would stick out like a sore thumb.
This is the best daytime picture, I think the one buck has about 3 inches of horn so far.
"Man, I've never heard of that before. So if the landowners says you can kill 10 deer, you can just start dropping them?"
No, that's not what I meant. Anyone hunting on private land needs the landowner's permission. If the landowner tells you not to kill female deer, you'd best not kill any females.
The property I mentioned above, where the guys killed 15 or 18 does last season, that was up to the landowner. He could have told them to back off. I know the man, I expect him to tell his guys to cut them some slack before long.