G&F has started asking for impute again for the coming reg's to apply to next years season. Just thought we could list some on here to see what some of us would like to see. I know APR's are a big topic, but after talking to some folks inside the G&F system today I think that issue is not the table at the present time for any type of consideration in change, so if we please, lets not bog down the thread with that topic. If you want to say something about APR's lets just hold it to this, if you like them the way they are say keep the same, if you want them higher say that, & if lowered or stopped, say the same, but lets not get into a massive disscussion about the why's, how comes, & if's of the subject. As they said, if there is enough of a common trend showing in any direction that something needs to be changed in the APR's as they are at present, but if there is a trend leaning in a common direction then maybe it might be looked at, but that does not show to be the case at present. Some of the things that were brought up that is being kicked around were season lengths, bag limits, reg's, ect. that may be subject to consideration. What are some of the things you all would like to see put up for consideration! PLEASE NOTE: :read:Everyone should have a right to say what they want. Even if one does not agree with another's idea's let them have their say without turning this into a "See who can Bash Another" thread!:up: So I will start: APR's----- Stopped 1 Buck Statewide bag limit Reduction in Modern Gun season days with a possible split in the season where all forms of deer hunting is closed during that split period. Maybe consider putting into place where a doe has to be taken by all hunters by some method before a buck can be harvested Take the deal out of the reg where a person 65 or older can harvest deer during the first youth hunt. If it is a youth hunt keep it just that. Strongly look at the practice of issuing depedation permits and the abuse of them by those that have them & if practice is left in place put some very strong, supervised reg's into place where they can be used. Simplify the reg's in their writting where they are not so vauge in some area's.