Read it again. I said scheduling instability.Since when does a fixed date cause scheduling conflicts?
Those are holidays that employers recognize, but let's be clear about this. I can always hunt the opener. I'm more interested in whether we receive the economic benefit from the guy who can't and who decides to sit in front of the TV and watch football games for the next two weekends.Do you have a difficult time scheduling Christmas every year? How about the 4th of July?
Well, there are some holidays that are always scheduled on Monday so that we'll have long weekends. Labor Day and Memorial Day. And Thanksgiving is always on a Thursday. So we have date specific scheduling and day-of-week specific scheduling of holidays. I can't see what's so holy about St. Antler's Day being on the 15th.Or should we change those to Saturdays as well?
You might think so, but I requested honest and relevant answers.As for answering your questions I've done so many times.
If 51% of hunters became convinced that a Saturday opener with a split opener for the 1 or 2 northern zones was better, would that magically cause you to support them? Since hunters aren't the only stakeholders in our economy, how about if it was only 51% of voters?I can't help it if you don't like the answers. But once again here is the moost relevant answer- 84% of hunters support opening firearms season on Nov 15th.