Would it be better to archery hunt in one of the areas that is not specific to archery only to try and get a bigger chunk of land available? I know it is stated that you have to wear orange regardless of weapon choice if it is not an archery only unit, but if there was more land and a bit less pressure, that might be worth it id think. Thoughts?The pulama archery areas he's referring to are not very large and get pounded year round by the lanai boys. They are putting in high fencing too around the four seasons manele resort and golf course too so it's getting even smaller. There's no bag limit on archery but that's bc it's a very tough hunt as the deer are very skittish from the yearround pressure. Just look on the sign out sheets it's gotten even worse with the recent droughts. You can shoot mouflon in these areas (sometimes they move through) but I think if during the state hunt you gotta get it checked out by one of the pulama rangers so they know you didn't poach it from the state land side. Ask them but I think they had some type of rule like that.