The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners has given preliminary approval to opening the firearms hunting season for deer on a Saturday rather than a Monday.
The commissioners gave preliminary approval to an opening day of Saturday, Nov. 30, the Saturday after Thanksgiving. If the change wins final approval at an April meeting, the firearms season would be expanded to 13 days, including three Saturdays rather than two under the current schedule. To accommodate the expanded deer season, commissioners would reduce the late November turkey hunting season by two days.
Source: Local News