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I have 11/1-11/9 off for my rutcation.

Should I swap out 11/9 for tomorrow 10/30, so I can be hunting when weather breaks tomorrow...plus I still have a tag.

Weather supposed to be fairly warm lows in mid 40s by 11/9 but around President's Day a good date.

Note that I work the 2nd shift, so would still be able to hunt the morning of the 9th...if I switch day off to tomorrow.

Though if I stay with the 9th off, I could hunt morning of the 10th too...

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My go to week is this week coming up.  I would swap the date with cold temps and storm tapering off by tomorrow. I took off tomorrow too....still have a tag as well and I believe deer will be moving tomorrow and Saturday! 

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Late tomorrow into the weekend should be good.  Rain stops. Bucks will be checking scrapes.  Colder temps may get them moving in the daylight. And if a doe goes hot...they will be going bonkers.  Hunt when you can. 

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tomorrow - no brainer. Just don't shoot something on last day of fall bow, you would NOT shoot first day of Permit bow...    

Hahaha - just kidding, the state creates this quandary. 

Much better to have TWO FLEXIBLE buck tags for a year, regardless of weapon or season. 

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I agree with lunatic.  I wouldn't change to go out in the rain tomorrow.  Saturday will be a good day.  Rain may not stop tomorrow until late.  Might get some wet snow up here before it stops, but all in all it sounds like a wet day for pretty much the entire day.

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I agree with lunatic.  I wouldn't change to go out in the rain tomorrow.  Saturday will be a good day.  Rain may not stop tomorrow until late.  Might get some wet snow up here before it stops, but all in all it sounds like a wet day for pretty much the entire day.
This is smart advice.
David

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