I have recently wrote to the PGC to ask the board to revisit the WMU's that currently have only 1 week of rifle hunting for does during the two week season. I would like the board to consider allowing junior license holders and Mentored Youth hunters to be permitted to harvest a doe the first week of rifle season. Most of these hunters have 1 or 2 days off school the first week. Perfect time to harvest a doe. Once the first Saturday rolls around, we all know the deer have changed travel patterns and obviously it becomes more difficult to find a doe. Plus if you have a bad weather Saturday (like in 2014, fog/rain all day) it really hurts the youths chances in WMU's that currently don't allow harvesting the first week. I have heard from Mr. Weaner (who has never been a fan of youth opportunities) he stated enforcement would be an issue. My thoughts are enforcement is an issue regardless of laws due to lack of personnel. Mr. Weaner stated he would like to go back to a 2 week season to eliminate that issue. Also, if the PGC allots a certain number of licenses, does it really matter if they are used the first week or the second week? I will be attending the meeting in January and speaking to this issue as well.