I dont think it really matters where you shoot it as long as you fill your tags
This is exactly my take. Hell, when I was still hunting I was buying both tags even if I had a feeling I wouldn't fill both or even one. The money spent on the tags helps the GC and other parts of wildlife services. I'll probably still do the same for next season when I can finally get back to hunting.in pa the tags are going to be sold to someone so not buyiung tags cause one thinks it'll save a couple does is wrong. they just sell the tags to someone else. that said i think the state is trying to reduce the numbers and get bigger more mature bucks. seems to be working. and yes there are fewer deer sightings but the week i hunted there i saw around 250 deer. to me thats a lot of deer.
I was looking at the harvest reports last night and the management area I live in, as well as the surrounding WMU's, and we had the highest amount of doe kills in the state. I live in a 4 point antler restriction zone. The rest of the state is 3 points but they had much lower doe kills than buck kills.
I deer hunt in Georgia. our deer liscence is good for 10 does and 2 bucks. don't have a problem shooting them. put 5 in the freezer this year. usually try and get a couple does early in the season. then horn hunt the rut and after the rut.