The VDGIF (Virginia Dept. of Game & Inland Fisheries) keeps complaining that the deer population keeps booming, causing more and more damage the people, property and vehicles, yet the deer season doesn't seem long enough here. In the mountainous western half of the state we have 2.5 million acres of National Forest land and vast amounts of farm land. However the gun season is only 2 weeks long with no Sunday hunting. Prior to that we have 4 weeks of Bow Season, followed by 2 weeks of Muzzle Loader Season. (Mid Oct to the end of November) They do open bow season after gun season for another 4 weeks but by then it's usually too cold to sit on stand, let alone draw a bow. Besides, by then the deer have been so scared that most of them are nocturnal. I'd like to see the season start earlier, have a longer gun season, and allow Sunday hunting. A lot of working people don't hunt because, without scheduling vacation, they have only two-four Saturdays a year to get out and hunt. (gun/muzzle hunt) What do the seasons look like in your state?