OK, that is what I'd heard. 3 points or more on at least one side if not both. Does the shortest points have to be 1" or any length as long as they are visible??
The last couple times that I have been there, we got a paper that showed the harvest from the previous year. The number of Does being harvested is always higher than the Bucks. By reducing the Doe population, the entire herd gets smaller.
Some years back, a lady that ran a country grocery told me that the state wanted to reduce the deer population to 7 deer per square mile. She thought it was an effort to appease the timber companies and the replanting efforts as well as appeasing the auto insurance companies because of deer/vehicle collisions. She ended up getting rid of all the perishable groceries and converting the store into a gift shop. Not sure, but I believe she eventually closed the store all together.
Her main customer base was hunters and Trout fishermen. When the deer disappeared, so did her customers.
Really sad. Back in those days, my annual trips to Pa. was the highlight of the year. I cherish the memories of my hikes, with my Marlin 336, through the beautiful mountains and forest of Pa.
Now, Ohio has better numbers and the deer are corn fed. Hard to justify the time and money to go out of state. Not to mention what they charge for a non-resident permit.
Anyway, I wish you much success. Enjoy your time in the woods.