I rarely get into official/political stuff, but this one has me wondering::: With only 4 weeks to hunt spring gobbler, and a lot of people not having the advantage of hunting private ground, they obviously will hunt gamelands and state forests. Why then did the Game Commission pick these last two or three weeks to begin a timber sale/logging on gamelands? That sure doesn't seem condusive to managing FOR the hunters. The gamelands about a mile from me is currently being logged, or at least they have spent the time building (reinforcing) a bridge, and bulldozing in a big log landing. Just wondering why this couldn't have been started June 1, and give the spring turkey hunters their 4 weeks in the woods? I personally don't hunt there so it's not about me being disturbed. I just wonder why those with few other choices of where they hunt, have to be inconvenienced. Could a delay of two or three weeks been that much of a burden for them to wait to start the operation?