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Discussion in 'Tennessee Flyway Forum' started by Small Bore Hunter, Jul 1, 2021.
I know the last day to put in is this week...still haven't decided if I want to commit to it.
Because it’s only an hour and a half away from me, I called Woods Res/AEDC a couple weeks ago, and got good detail of the blind conditions.
But then realized I can’t really count on getting buddies to go more than one time, given their work schedules. So it’s probably better to have 3 chances at the short-term draw blinds closer to me and hunt open access areas the rest of the time.
Sent ours in today. All for Reelfoot. 2,000 plus applied last year. Let’s see how many this year. I have not seen any TWRA work on their Tier 2 spots on south end of lake.
I got an email today saying those tier 2 draws would start in October.
I don’t know how representative it is of other WMAs, but on Woods they were still doing final review of bids from contractors 2 weeks ago. At this point it has to pick up quick or it’ll be too late.
Why? The blinds will take a few days to build in a shop. They'll then be placed at the WMA and brushed in October or early November like every other blind in the region. I'm far from a fan of the program, but there's no time crunch yet to be concerned about.
Mainly concerned about the approval process becoming interminable, but I guess since there’s so few Tier II blind sites you may be right.
What part approval processes are you concerned with?
Perhaps I misremember, but my impression from the commission meetings was we were supposed to be well past the bid review process by now.
Gotcha, I wouldn't be too concerned about that aspect of it. I'm more concerned with what appears to be a poor design and also with how they are each brushed.