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Contributors to this thread:
Bowriter 19-Jul-18
APauls 19-Jul-18
drycreek 19-Jul-18
JTV 19-Jul-18
Swampbuck 19-Jul-18
SixLomaz 19-Jul-18
Huntcell 19-Jul-18
stick n string 19-Jul-18
Charlie Rehor 19-Jul-18
Halibutman 19-Jul-18
PECO 19-Jul-18
buzz mc 19-Jul-18
PushCoArcher 19-Jul-18
Pigsticker 19-Jul-18
stick n string 19-Jul-18
hawkeye in PA 19-Jul-18
Lee 19-Jul-18
Treeline 19-Jul-18
midwest 20-Jul-18
Bottomdweller 20-Jul-18
Firsty 20-Jul-18
HeadHunter® 21-Jul-18
From: Bowriter
19-Jul-18
For some reason, our Commission has implemented a special, three-day, bucks only, archery only, private land only hunt in August to give hunters a chance to kill a buck in velvet. Normal temps are lows in the 70's and highs in the mid to upper 90's.

What do y'all think of this?

From: APauls
19-Jul-18
I believe we've already been over this. It's in a different thread. I thought you even started the other thread?

From: drycreek
19-Jul-18
No different than hunting lopes in August, or September for that matter. Be prepared !

From: JTV
19-Jul-18
what do I think about it.... its to damn hot ... thats what I think ...

From: Swampbuck
19-Jul-18
That’s normal rut hunting temps where I hunt

From: SixLomaz
19-Jul-18
generator + refrigerator in truck or you better move fast

From: Huntcell
19-Jul-18
“special, three-day, bucks only” I believe your special and should jump at this extermly limited opportunity. You could be the first high profile sports writer to write about it. I hope U decide to do it . Not that you need the generous 3 day season to getr Done.

19-Jul-18
Tots. And more sauce on pizza.

19-Jul-18
How much is a Non-Resident Tag?

From: Halibutman
19-Jul-18
I like my life tots with cheese. In that way, they're like a tot pizza sans sauce.

From: PECO
19-Jul-18
Not a fan. I want a special late season private land buck so I can get one NOT in velvet.

From: buzz mc
19-Jul-18
I love it. Additional opportunities without being a detriment to the resources. I'd be outside doing something anyways, might as well be in a treestand.

From: PushCoArcher
19-Jul-18
I'd love to have that same opportunity in my home state. While cooking in a treestand or ground blind doesn't sound like the most fun I'd be willing to suffer through for a shot at a velvet buck.

From: Pigsticker
19-Jul-18
Velvet is overrated!

19-Jul-18
Pig, what if its a painting if a whale and a dolphin....

19-Jul-18
If you do shoot one in velvet do your homework on preserving the velvet. I arrowed a velvet buck 2010 during our PA "gun" season and found it hard to find a knowledgeable taxidermist.

From: Lee
19-Jul-18
Sounds like a normal south GA opening day minus the velvet! Except the morning temps sound a little chilly

Lee

From: Treeline
19-Jul-18
Go for it!

A little early for the velvet to be dried out so you better know how to preserve it.

See no issues in shooting deer or any other big game that early and wish more states would give us more bowhunting time early for all species.

Would help in hunter recruitment for the kids in school and give us more time in the field.

Heck, I’d be super happy with an August 15 or even August 1 start for all archery hunts in Colorado if that would keep the rifle hunters out of our seasons!

From: midwest
20-Jul-18
I have Elvis in velvet.

20-Jul-18
Looking forward to it! Going to do my part to save the life of a few soybeans

From: Firsty
20-Jul-18
Didn't you already have a thread about this, except it was something about which 6 pointer to shoot?? What's next another white oak plantation rant?

From: HeadHunter®
21-Jul-18
"some" just do not get it john! .... But a whitetail buck in velvet would be great! But with that being said, a person 'could' get artificial velvet put on any antlered animal with the right taxidermist. I've seen some very impressive 'fake' mounts!

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