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answer to question #1

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Archery, Either Sex: September 8 - October 12
Extended Archery, Either Sex:

January 2-31
Only for Clayton, Cobb,
Dekalb, Forsyth, Fulton,
Gwinnett & Rockdale counties

Primitive Weapons, Either Sex: October 13-19
Firearms:
Northern Zone*:
Southern Zone:
October 20 - January 1
October 20 - January 15

Limit:
12 per season, Statewide

No more than 10 may be antlerless
and no more than 2 may be antlered.
One (1) of the 2 antlered deer must
have at least 4 points, one inch or
longer, on one side of the antlers.
Antler Restricted Counties:

In Hancock, Harris, Meriwether,
Montgomery, Randolph, Talbot,
and Troup counties, only antlered
bucks with at least 4 points on either
side are legal

In Dooly and Macon counties, only
antlered bucks with a minimum
15-inch outside spread are legal

#2 i use the wildlife reasearchs lineup of scent control. check out this article.
http://www.deerhuntersclub.com/tips/scent-elimination.htm

#3 i dont know if i would trust a homemade job that has been in the woods and weather that long

#4 if cash is an issue Quiktune makes some cheaper rests. cheap sights should be easy to find im just not recalling any name brands right off the top of my head.

#5 you found the link you need for green bowhunters
 

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if you gotta gun you can always hunt off the ground. sounds like you could sit inside the tree rows and watch the fields anyway. you still got alot of season left to hunt and its never to late. as hot as its been there is a good chance the deer have been using your streams for watering. look for some tracks around the banks. you never know what you will find when you scout. looks like you will have about 3 months of rifle season to hunt. that is more than most states.

good luck and let us know what you see.
 

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yes sir im sure your reading that right. in tennessee bows are allowed during the whole hunting season. even during muzzleloader and gun. bows are harder to hunt with. thats why they are allowed all season.

just remember to wear your orange if its also muzzleloader or gun season.
 
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