We have a new (4-year-old) program called the Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP) – see here. Quoting myself: “DMAP permits landowners to distribute additional coupons to take antlerless deer on their property, generally one coupon per fifty acres, unless the landowner makes a case that more than that are needed. In 2006, we made that case…” Last fall, some of our hunter friends did take four or five deer apiece, using DMAP coupons as well as extra doe tags. But that included archery and muzzleloader seasons; doe tags and DMAP coupons apply equally to all seasons. So it sounds as if West Virginia does allow more deer to be taken.