Thanks Dubya. I'm certainly not predicting anything, just raising the point for discussion. The President's Chief Medical Advisor has started saying there will be a 2nd wave of the virus next fall. Something to consider.Winchester - If there’s still travel bans in the fall the whole economy will have tanked beyond recovery and we’ll all be screwed anyways. Come hell or high water this shutdown will have to end by May or what’s the point? Save a few lives and put us (and the world) on a course of economic catastrophe that will take decades to recover from? I’ll take my chances with Corona if that’s the case. Besides, I’m sure a whole lot of folks are starting to question these wannabe dictator governors. Not sure how long people will play along...
That is the kicker for many of us, how will this play out with the other guy.I may still apply for WY deer and antelope for my daughter and myself, but right now I am conserving as much cash as I can. I have no idea how this will effect my ability to earn a living in the next six months. Right now I am deemed an essential worker and have not been financially hurt by this pandemic, but I don't know what will happen with different industries that I support in my job. Hopefully when it comes time to apply the picture will be much clearer.
they are also saying the second wave should be more manageable then the first for the hospitals.Thanks Dubya. I'm certainly not predicting anything, just raising the point for discussion. The President's Chief Medical Advisor has started saying there will be a 2nd wave of the virus next fall. Something to consider.
CPW made it very clear that hunting and fishing season is still "on" this year:
I agree taskswap, but that's what they say today … it could change.
As you said ; "CO has been shelter in place for almost a week now" ... and last week no one thought that would happen.
Things are changing quickly ... CO Parks and Wildlife could change their position also.
I also agree with you that " Enforcement is nonexistent", but if they stop issuing NR licenses it's done ... nothing to enforce at that point.
The Doc's are starting to predict a second wave this fall, so it's possible restrictions could be lifted for a bit, to help the economy, and then put back it place.
I sure hope not, and I hope hunting season and NR tags are unaffected by all this, but I bring it up because the OP ask "How is the Corona virus affecting your hunting Applications?" and this is certainly something to consider.