I just completed a 30 minute online survey on deer management that the Indiana DNR sent out via email. It covered a lot of ground, such as our opinion on deer numbers, late doe season, what calibers we thought were effective for every category of firearm ( right down to foot lbs ), and whether or not we would be willing to collect jawbones, note lactation of does, antler measurements, and other data. The DNR also invites public comment at meetings when considering rule changes. (While I appreciate it, sometimes I suspect they are usually trying to get approval for something they already intend to do. But I digress.) My question, what kind of input does the Kentucky version of this bureaucracy seek from the fine sportsmen of the Bluegrass state? Do y'all like how things are done or do you think things need to change? Just wondering. In any case, thanks for letting me step across the river and fellowship with you.