Well, it's almost upon us again, the change from Daylight Savings Time. I'm here at the Blackhole Institute for Advanced Whitetail Studies trying to get the low-down on how the change will play into the rut. Scooter as volunteered to man a pit blind underneath a robotic deer decoy in an attempt to capture data on rutting bucks before and after the time change.
Look, whatever folks say for and against DST, one thing is certain. It HAS an effect on deer. Now whether you want to capitalize on it or that you think that is taking unfair advantage of the game is up to you. I am just here to present the data. So far no state has seen fit to close the season on deer over DST weekend. My personal feeling, as it is with baiting and other controversial practices, is that you first have to look at what is legal in your state and then make your own choice.
How do you all feel?