Just seeing what responses and opinions are really out there. I am a working father of 4 who loves to deer hunt. With 4 children and lots of overtime at work, my hunting time is very limited. I will shoot the first doe I have a chance at to put meat in the freezer. I try to pass smaller bucks early in the season. When do you put "trophy" aside and fill your tag on a lesser buck so that you don't eat a tag? I get to hunt about once a week. (if that) I live in Darke Co. and hunt there. I take 3-4 days off during the rut to hunt at my uncle's in Galia Co. I give myself the best opprituny to harvest a mature buck by hunting the rut hard. But by the end of gun season, if i haven't got a mature buck, I take the first one I get a chance at. Even if it's a year and a half. One deer puts a lot of meat in my freezer to feed my family of 6. I know some of you wouldn't dream of doing this, but that's how I roll.:coolgleamA: If I had tons of land and time to hunt I would be VERY picky. But I don't, and that's just the way it is.