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KENTUCKY HAS ALWAYS BEEN A SUNDAY HUNTING STATE,WE ALSO HAVE A LONG DEER SEASON.SEPTEMBER THRU JANUARY.OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES ENJOYE

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  • KENTUCKY HAS ALWAYS BEEN A SUNDAY HUNTING STATE,WE ALSO HAVE A LONG DEER SEASON.SEPTEMBER THRU JANUARY.OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES ENJOYE

    KENTUCKY HAS ALWAYS BEEN A SUNDAY HUNTING STATE,WE ALSO HAVE A LONG DEER SEASON.SEPTEMBER THRU JANUARY.OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES ENJOYED BY NON=HUNTERS HASN'T BEEN A MAJOR PROBLEM.IT MIGHT BE INTERESTING TO COMPARE WHICH STATES HAVE MORE ACCIDENT HUNTER RELATED INCIDENTS COMPARED TO SUNDAY HUNTING BAN STATES,

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    Not sure if you're asking a question related to another post, or what, but I don't think being able to hunt on Sunday causes many hunting accidents, if any.

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      Around where I live most hunting related accidents(that i've heard of) have happened during the first weekend of the firearm deer season when the woods are real crowded/people are overly excited.

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