A video, depicting the equivalent of a 3 mph fender bender in a parking lot triggers your wants of someone telling you when and where you can hunt...and worse, if you can hunt at all. A video, similar to videos from previous years of the start of every other duck season with as much contact and as dangerous as floating the Buffalo River. If this scares you, you must be terrified to drive in rush hour traffic. The only "fault" lies with those holding the tiller...or the boat in or near the front stopping or slowing when all others anticipate it accelerating. The AGFC has not caused anything. If you think so, you must subscribe to the notion that the AHTD causes car crashes. A few questions: What do you hope to achieve by advocating for a draw? Is it worth not getting to hunt many if not most days? If you get drawn, will you be happy if you get drawn last and get the worst spot? Are you happy to get up early enough to attend a draw, sit through the draw, and go home? Who do you think a draw will affect most? Personally, I don't care if or how many boats take off at 4:00...or how fast they leave. I race legal shooting hours. I choose to hunt places most don't use and could care less if I hunt the famous holes...I don't even try. I'd rather hunt where and when I want. I get to make the decision to hunt where others aren't, not where a government official tells me I can hunt.