Currently, my home state of Kentucky has dramatically increased the amount of does that hunters can legally harvest each season. In addition, the Bluegrass State has also stuck to a very conservative one buck limit per season regulation. We only have one modern gun season in November and two very short muzzleloading seasons. However, the southern bordering state of Tennessee has a completely different approach. In fact, a hunter can tag at least three bucks in most areas and there are many more opportunities to hunt with a gun or muzzleloader. Right now, places like Mississippi are making dramatic changes concerning their deer harvest regulations and it's rumored that other states are discussing modifications as well. With that being said, I would like to get some feedback about your state's current deer regulations. Also, do you think the current deer management practices in your particular state are working?