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During Deer season do you shoot a doe that has a fawn or two with her? ... See MoreSee Less
12 hours ago
Brandon BrownFrom everything I've read and heard, once a fawn loses its spots, it is fit to survive on its own, so sure12 hours ago · 1
Jason KerrBy the time season rolls around and the fawns lose their spots they are more than capable of surviving on their own. Alot of times the fawns will still tag along with their mother since mom didnt really kick them off yet. I personally wouldnt shoot one as my conscience would kick in and i'd feel guilty even though I know they would be fine.Now based on the question, If i had one with spots that was born late then I would definately let them both walk.12 hours ago · 32
Brian BerryTake the doe first!! The fawns will hang around for more good shots ! Good eating! Better on my bbq grill than in my truck grill !!!!12 hours ago · 9
Kyle NopeNo way.. Not even... I might take a pic and nawww but same as anything we are hunters so ensuring the next generation is part of our code... So our son's and daughters can also hunt12 hours ago · 1
Bobby BilodeauNo, even if the fawn had no spots, it's way to small for me to shoot. Give them a chance to grow into a muture doe or buck.12 hours ago · 10
Episode 03: Gettin Gobblers!