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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-21-2011, 05:49 PM Thread Starter
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What are the chances?

How likely is it that Sunday hunting will be next year for deer?

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Re: What are the chances?

Zero



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This bill would have to pass both houses of the Legislature right now, then be signed into law, and it would become law 60 days later. Late January. The PGC would have to propose a Sunday deer season at its meeting in January, then final adoption would come in April.

NONE OF THIS WILL HAPPEN. PIPE DREAM.

Even if SH passes next year, I doubt you'll see Sunday rifle or bow deer hunting for 3-5 years.



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Re: What are the chances?

but shouldn't we start the rumor now?

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There should be a moratorium declared on any threads about Sunday hunting until next summer.




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Yer nuttin' but a grouch. LOL



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If the Continental Congress was only attended by Pennsylvanians, the Declaration Of Independence still wouldnt be signed.

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I think yer right. We'd all be British subjects yet.



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Re: What are the chances?

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Originally Posted by Double Lung 20
How likely is it that Sunday hunting will be next year for deer?
The mentored youth tag transfer bill took three years to get thru the legislators IIRC, and it passed unaminously. It will be a while before the SH bill gets thru I would guess also if it even passes the vote.

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