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1 day off which day would you take?

rgecko23

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Ok, I have one day off left until December.

If you had one day off which day would you take to hunt? Holloween is on a weekend this year so it rules that day out.
 

Buckmaster

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I have 10 days that I'll be utilizing between Nov 1 and Dec 3rd. I'll be down to a couple of days per week in the office during that time span. The rest will be spent in the woods.
 

jagermeister

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I'm taking the whole second week of November off this year. If I only had one day of vacation, I would turn it into four days simply by taking November 12th off... the 11th is a Thursday and it's Veteran's Day... boom, instant four-day weekend my brotha.
 

Dannmann801

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:smiley_badmood: ARRRGGHHH!!!!! I hate that bank workers and candy-ass democrap govt workers get every stinkin holiday like ML King and Vets Day off and my company/industry only takes off the majors...it's gonna rain on the 12th anyway :smiley_adfundum:

So have you decided what day you're leanin' toward?
 

finelyshedded

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Ok, I have one day off left until December.

If you had one day off which day would you take to hunt? Holloween is on a weekend this year so it rules that day out.
WOW, and I thought I had it bad. Go with the 12th, sounds pretty logical to me too.
 

Mao

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i would pick any days between nov. 6-9th. for some reason that is when i see the most mature buck movement and they tend to be locked down by the 11th or 12th in my neck of the woods.
 

dante322

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well, what ever day you go for, good luck.
I believe I would go with either the 12th or the 15th myself. probably more toward the 15th because there might be less hunters in the woods on a monday rather than a friday.