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Old 12-11-2009, 04:53 PM   #1
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Default How is your 2009 hunting season turning out?

PA had tough hunting this year as did SC, I was wondering how things are going in other parts of the country?

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Old 12-11-2009, 06:06 PM   #2
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I've dropped one so far but I haven't spent as much time in the woods as I would have liked.

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my deer season is over i killed a small button buck at the begining of archery season and this one second day of shotgun season. Now it is time for coyotes.

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Old 12-11-2009, 07:25 PM   #5
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Nice buck you got there. I'm seriously considering hunting in Michigan next year. A customer of mine gave me some good info and I've started doing some homework on it.

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For 30 straight years I've been fortunate in PA to score a nice buck in PA, seeing alot of deer. With the new PA game commission rules of if it's brown it's down, and Amish in our area shooting anything that moves, have drawn it down to seeing one deer a good thing. My son and I are PA residents, but looking to other states, the game commission has reduced it down to nill. All of my co-workers, church members and friends are experiencing the same dismal view. When will the game commission wake up to shooting off everything and true mgmt? Looks like the insurance companies have gone to bed with the game commission.

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The past 2 seasons have been similar..actually the past 3 if I really thing about it. I think the PA game commision needs to go back to the 3 day doe season. On the other hand, I do agree with the youth seasons, I feel it is very important to take every measure to ensure hunting in the future and if a young hunter has a few fruitless years it's very likely they will just give it up. The only thing left now is hunting on Sundays, the PAGC has already opened up every other door to make more money. It's unfortunate, but on the farm my family and I hunt we are going to take some measure to ensure a future of hunting. Myself and a few other family member are considering Michigan instead for next years hunting season.

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In ohio we have three zones the zone am in i can shot 2 deer one permit is for a antler less deer and the other is for one of either sex I think Ohio does a pretty good job on insuring many more years of hunting.

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