I am lucky that in my county I get doe permits. But there are many that are not in the local WMA coop that get any so they have to kill does in archery season or depending where they are in the county they may get doe days or shoot them off of the regular license. In my area of the county they usually allow one doe/200 acres. So it could take numbers way down in some areas that have not taken any off for years. Other areas it will not really effect the numbers much other than if it shortened the amount of days they could take does.