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Thread: Controlled hunt and daylight savings.

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    Default Controlled hunt and daylight savings.

    Just noticed daylight savings takes place after the controlled hunt this year.

    Looks like we'll be headed out later in the morning and stay out later at night?

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    I thought they were going to stop changing the time

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    Quote Originally Posted by js4fn View Post
    I thought they were going to stop changing the time
    It's has been discussed a lot, but never pulled a trigger on it officially

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowjob View Post
    Just noticed daylight savings takes place after the controlled hunt this year.

    Looks like we'll be headed out later in the morning and stay out later at night?

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    Which is a good news.At least i am always "depressed"with getting up "that"early"(sort of). Eventhoug in the real life ,nothing changes for hunting (legal shooting time is always to the sunrise not to the clock)

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    A half hour before "official" sunrise and a half hour after "official" sunset doesn't matter what time it is.

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    Yeah it will stil be half hour before and after, but looking at the sunset times for nov this year its about 6:10 pm. Sunrise being around 8am.

    To those who can't sleep day before opening day its gunna be a long night! Haha.

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    It will be interesting having the time change mid gun hunt this year.
    If hunting before the time change, then will be a normal day that you body is use to. Less of a mind game.

    The time change is just an illusion, nothing changes other than your perspective of when you are now told when to wake and go to sleep.
    Don't psych yourself out over the time change.
    The sun will rise the same before and after, the animals will move the same relative to the sun, not by what the clock reads.
    One Shot = One Kill

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    I will take all the clocks down in the bush and the deer will never know. If my tag makes it that far. Lots of bow season before Nov

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    The deer do not know the difference.......all good gents!

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