I just noticed that. But it's not a deliberate change. They have a specific set of guidelines for which dates each season can fall between. The earliest a first season can start is th 10th, like it did this year. I don't recall the specific guidelines, but they basically allow for as much as a 7 day variation year to year depending on when the the second or third or fourth saturday in october lands.
Thanks. I figured it must be something like that. If this year was the earliest it could be then next season will be the latest with each following year creeping back towards the 10th. Does that sound right? They must set the dates for archery and muzzleloader with different criteria, they both start a day earlier than this past season.
I was all ready to blame it on "global warming". ;-)
While I was up on the mountains looking for some elk, we spotted some off in the distance. And while I was glassing these elk I couldn’t quite pick up the details of these elk because they were clear out there, and because I couldn’t keep steady enough to get a clear picture of what I was looking at. I told my brother, “I can’t really tell ‘cause I’m shaking.” He gave me the best piece of glassing advice I’ve ever been told (‘cause how many glassing tips can there really be...