But for the past three years, with electronic registration of deer, hunters no longer have to register their deer at businesses all over the state like JT's. And Kessler misses the contact he once had with hunters. "You'd get a flavor of what they were seeing, how they thought the herd was doing and how the hunt itself was going," said Kessler, 54. "It was quite a social event. I chatted with quite a few hunters from that part of the county.