Several counties in Mo. have set a regulaton prohibiting the harvest of any antlered deer that does not have at least 4 points on one side. How do you feel this will effect trophy potential? I have seen many big bodied deer with scrawney little 6 point racks, and in my opinion, those deer are prime for culling. I understand not killing a buck less than 3-1/2 years old, but I think this reg. lets too many prime culls slip through the cracks, and into the gene pool. Am I wrong? I respect MDC's regulations, and hunt in a different county than my own. Do many of you have this regulation, and what do you think of it?