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Daylight savings #8440806 11/06/21 07:28 PM
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Fall back tonight. Don't forget, when you climb out of the stand tonight, go set your timers for one hour early!

Re: Daylight savings [Re: unclebubba] #8440809 11/06/21 07:31 PM
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The dumbest, most idiotic thing we do as a people. Cut one end of a rope, glue it to the other and call it longer. It's insane

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Dumb I agree

Re: Daylight savings [Re: unclebubba] #8442159 11/08/21 04:18 AM
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If your feeder went off on Saturday at 7:30 am it went off at 6:30 am on Sunday. Don't need to do a thing,

Re: Daylight savings [Re: unclebubba] #8442168 11/08/21 04:32 AM
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I like to spring forward and then fall back. Opposites attract. Ever saw a deer with a pocket watch?


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Re: Daylight savings [Re: JCO] #8442238 11/08/21 12:15 PM
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Originally Posted by JCO
I like to spring forward and then fall back. Opposites attract. Ever saw a deer with a pocket watch?


Took this one off the buck I killed last Saturday. wink

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Re: Daylight savings [Re: flintknapper] #8443259 11/09/21 04:21 AM
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I like to spring forward and then fall back. Opposites attract. Ever saw a deer with a pocket watch?


Took this one off the buck I killed last Saturday. wink

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At least he had good taste.


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Re: Daylight savings [Re: 8skate] #8443284 11/09/21 06:11 AM
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Originally Posted by 8skate
If your feeder went off on Saturday at 7:30 am it went off at 6:30 am on Sunday. Don't need to do a thing,

Yes.I am aware. But I wonder how many guys got out of the stand and changed their timers. I'd bet the number is more than one.

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I haven’t touched the feeder times yet. Honestly, I was afraid I’d screw up the times.


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I change it because my OCD can't stand seeing the wrong time when I check it.


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I set by clock and time for 7am and 5pm for DST( deer season time ) and never change it all year.

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Originally Posted by JCO
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I like to spring forward and then fall back. Opposites attract. Ever saw a deer with a pocket watch?


Took this one off the buck I killed last Saturday. wink

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At least he had good taste.


Yeah, Elgin Railroad Watch, BW Raymond Movement, Montgomery Dial, 21 Jewels, 8 adjustments (to include one for temperature). He wanted to always be on time.

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Re: Daylight savings [Re: 603Country] #8445446 11/11/21 03:15 PM
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Originally Posted by 603Country
I haven’t touched the feeder times yet. Honestly, I was afraid I’d screw up the times.

We just set ours for standard time and leave them.


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