congradulations knight!! and that is not the first private landowner i have heard of keeping the no sunday hunting law going on there own . one of the largest private tracks that allows hunting near me (unuon county) still wishes to keep hunters at home on sunday and the owner winters in fla.
in a way with the shootin goin on around in other areas testerday i figure it might put the deer in the area i hunt and calm down a little by monday mornin.when i got there yeasterday afternoon they said they had seen close to 32 deer in the area.mornin is best time to hunt this area.will try again in mornin.
A doe on Sat. PM after passing on a few Fri. and Sat AM. I heard we might see rain Sun. so..... I took it an Urban zone (second this season) and I still have an either sex tag left for the remainder of Bowseason.
I shot a nice doe in Harrison county 9:30 Friday morning. About 50 yards out .50 cal CVA Hawken. My brother-in-law also shot a buck about 10:30 Friday that had already shed. 4 hunters 2 deer, pretty good day!
Unfortunately, as things turned out, I was only to get out for a few hours. I never saw a deer. It was nice being out in the woods though. I will have to try a few weekends with a bow before the season goes out.
Good luck with the remainder of the season eschatts. I was fortunate enough to take a nice buck opening day of archery season and then a button buck on Sat. morning of Muzzleloader. Looking forward to next season already.
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