My home state of Kentucky currently has the new tele-check system, which has divided hunters on the subject of what technique the fish and wildlife should use to check-in deer. The anti-technology side of the debate claims that it's now too easy for poachers to sidestep the conservative one buck limit in our state. There are stories circulating around about hunters taking several bucks in a single season by simply checking the deer in under their spouse's or child's name. In fact, it's said that a large percentage of hunters don't even use the tele-check method once the deer is home. A confirmation number is required to process or mount the deer, but people who butcher their own meat are not worried about that part.