spoon & crockpot proud member......killing tomorrows trophys today
no idea what this is… Maybe some type of marker put down for aerial surveying?
If the PGC will allow hunters to buy their doe tags on-line and print them out with their updated website, it would make buying the tags a lot easier but the counties would first need to give up control of those sales. If it’s going to make it easier to buy tags, I’d say just keep giving counties their meager cut of every doe tag sold and let us buy these tags on-line and print them out ourselves.I don't know how many of you saw this, but back in January while deer season was still going on in the Southeast, the board voted for preliminary approval to changes that will greatly affect hunters that kill deer in 5C and 5D. They are planning to limit hunters to a maximum of 4 doe tags at a time for the entire state, special regs areas included. After you report a harvest, then you are allowed to apply for another tag from the leftovers, but that would require a trip to a country treasurer or a pink envelope in the mail that takes weeks. You can't pick up your next tag at a retail store - is a drive to the county courthouse during their business hours during m-f excluding holidays.
Gone will be having in hand 3 tags for the state plus as many as you wish to purchase for 5C and 5D.
If you normally go into September with three tags for upstate hunts, and then also buy a handful of tags for 5C and 5D, you will not be able to do that this year.
This has not been finalized yet, but the first vote was snuck through in January while we were still on stand. They will meet and vote again in April. Take action now, and tell your hunting partners as well.
If you want access to the same tags as years past, tell them to leave the special regs WMUs out of this new tag limit system. Contact the pgc and your commissioners by phone to get your voice heard. At the very least, send them an email to:
I thought u were commenting on Limerick development...were you commenting on new antlerless regs?Curious why? I know nothing of area or circumstances, at face value it seems to be a step backward for hunting opportunity? Likely there are mitigating circumstances you know about that I don’t?
Should be fun...you can always ship you bow UPS...that’s what I do when I fly...in fact I also ship all of my gear too snd fly with just my carryon. Only slightly more expensive, much more secure, and you get notification that your gear is there waiting on you often before you even get in the plane.Decided, going to spring gobbler hunt Tennessee this year. Flying, not sure I want to take my bow. I’ll be content just calling for my S-I-L.
😲 I wonder what exactly they think they are protecting us from? You know . . all those mass shootings involving bows and arrows. Or maybe worried about Indian attacks since they seem to deliver via pony express these days.USPS told me they will NOT ship the bow and arrows together. I went with UPS with priority, insurance, and notifications it was $110...that price was for my bow case and a lockable 33-gallon tote that was packed with all of my gear. According to the notes I wrote on the receipt, the airlines wanted $60 for the bow case and $95 for the tote because of the dimensions and weight.