Notice I said there would be a bump in the economy, but I believe it would be a several year bump followed by a tumultuous plummet due to the hunting quality going down. The quality of goose hunting on the ES has already been declining over the past 5 years due to warm winters, changes in agricultural practices, and revolutions in seed engineering. Adding waterfowl Sunday's would just accelerate the inevitable demise of what was once our heritage. I will add this though, I think deer hunting should be completely open on Sunday's, I wouldn't take part in it as I'm not a huge deer hunter, but the population is out of control and they aren't a migratory species. As far as VA, no offense but from what I have seen, as a majority the passion for waterfowl hunting isn't there like on the ES. Don't get me wrong, there are die hards everywhere, but there is a considerable amount more in a historically waterfowl centric area like the ES. I think a better example would be to take AR and take Sunday's away for a 3-5 year period and see what happens. It would be a hard thing to measure because it's seen more in workability of birds, but probably the best measurement would be avg # of birds harvested per day per hunter. I definitely think you would see a bump after year 2-3 as birds would be less pressured and therefore more workable.