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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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        Sure, Kentucky has a long season for archery but it sucks for using center-fire rifles. 16 days only is the maximum. Besides that, you are limited to only one antlered deer per year.

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          Originally posted by huntfishtrap View Post
          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.
          I'm with you HFT, but hunting more days would necessarily lead to more chances of having an accident.

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            Originally posted by Longbow83 View Post
            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.
            It would be interesting to see actually statistics on that.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by PigHunter View Post
              Sure, Kentucky has a long season for archery but it sucks for using center-fire rifles. 16 days only is the maximum. Besides that, you are limited to only one antlered deer per year.
              By the way, for several years I hunted in Kentucky on the opening weekend of the gun deer season. Big deer and nice folks!

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