[rquote=1494373&tid=104342&author=Flatliner]But I didn't really see where anyone said they would get anything. I was thinking some might think that it would be nice to have a split rifle season so they could have some prime time archery days. There's just management thoughts and opinions but what is the result? There is no answer to why anyone wants to move the rifle season out of the rut. That's what I want to know, we debate this stuff all the time but what is it you think's going to happen if changes are made, you know they will! I'm just trying to have fun but be realistic, I know I'm the noob here but I've hunted in MO for 20 years now and I think the # of good deer I've seen last year or two is getting better, it's still cheap, and I have all kinds of people who gladly take the meat. It's a good arangement for me, so I like to hear about what's really going on when people want something changed. Not happy? Not seeing good bucks? To much out of state huntin' the 460 next to you, moochin' of your attempt at quality deer management with your buddies? Those are the things I think about when people want change so I was just curious if you guy's thought about how some of this stuff would change things for 'ya personally.:cheers:[/rquote]
I've asked the same question 12 times in 8 different threads, and still haven't recieved a direct answer. We all know what the real answer is anyway. A select few want to bowhunt the rut exclusively, and extra people in the woods cause deer to alter their patterns, making hunting harder.