fasteddie

Moderators
  • Content Count

    13528
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    69

fasteddie last won the day on September 18

fasteddie had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

6776 Excellent

About fasteddie

  • Rank
    Elite NY Hunter
  • Birthday 09/05/1941

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Ontario , NY

Extra Info

  • Hunting Location
    Ontario , Mendon , Geneseo NY , Italy Hill
  • Hunting Gun
    Winchester 1200 , NEF 50 cal Huntsman , N EF 25-06 , Savage 220F
  • Bow
    Ben Pearson TX-4 --- Parker Phoenix EZ Draw

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. fasteddie

    Visited again by DEC

    I would continue wearing a Blaze orange vest or jacket . I wouldn't give in to the idiot neighbor . Let him keep calling . He might end up getting a warning from the DEC about false reporting and being a nuisance .
  2. Iron Eyes Cody was not an Indian Iron Eyes Cody From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Iron Eyes Cody Cody (left), Glendale, California at Charles Wakefield Cadman's funeral, 1947 Born Espera Oscar de Corti April 3, 1904 Kaplan, Louisiana, United States Died January 4, 1999 (aged 94) Los Angeles, California, United States Resting place Hollywood Forever Cemetery Other names The Crying Indian Years active 1927–1987 Spouse(s) Bertha Parker (m. 1936–1978; her death) Wendy Foote (m. 1992–1993) Children 2 including Robert Tree Cody External images President Carter with Iron Eyes Cody[1] Jimmy Carter with "Iron Eyes" Cody, Cherokee Indian Iron Eyes Cody (born Espera Oscar de Corti, April 3, 1904 – January 4, 1999) was an Italian-American actor. He portrayed Native Americans in Hollywoodfilms,[2] famously as Chief Iron Eyes in Bob Hope's The Paleface (1948). He also played a Native American shedding a tear about litter in one of the country's most well-known television public service announcements, "Keep America Beautiful".[3] Living in Hollywood, he began to insist, even in his private life, that he was Native American, over time claiming membership in several different tribes. In 1996, Cody's half-sister said that he was of Italian ancestry, but he denied it.[3][4] After his death, it was revealed that he was of Sicilian parentage, and not Native American at all.[3][4][2] Iron Eyes Cody (born Espera Oscar de Corti, April 3, 1904 – January 4, 1999) was an Italian-American actor. He portrayed Native Americans in Hollywoodfilms,[2] famously as Chief Iron Eyes in Bob Hope's The Paleface (1948). He also played a Native American shedding a tear about litter in one of the country's most well-known television public service announcements, "Keep America Beautiful".[3] Living in Hollywood, he began to insist, even in his private life, that he was Native American, over time claiming membership in several different tribes. In 1996, Cody's half-sister said that he was of Italian ancestry, but he denied it.[3][4] After his death, it was revealed that he was of Sicilian parentage, and not Native American at all.[3][4][2]
  3. fasteddie

    Taking down ground blinds

    I think the guy that designed Rubic's Cube also designed the Hub Blinds !
  4. I stopped at Tractor Supply in Macedon and picked up a 40# bag of Bio-Logic Green Patch Plus to plant next year at the Geneseo Property . It was normally $45.99 and it was on clearance for $22.98 ( $40 in the Ontario TSC) . I think I got a good deal . Nutrition. Attraction. Production. Venison. Green Patch Plus is a fall planting that combines the proven attractiveness of transitional grains with the nutrition and attraction of genuine New Zealand brassicas and clovers. The result is an economical forage blend that establishes quickly and provides an irresistible food plot from germination through the end of hunting season.
  5. fasteddie

    Great great grandparents gift

    They are like a family heirloom !
  6. fasteddie

    Fast Eddie's Fables

    Sat out in my double chair blind and saw nothing . It was cold .
  7. fasteddie

    NEWS Flash

    NEWS Flash
  8. fasteddie

    Fast Eddie's Fables

    Going to try a spot in the Mendon - Victor area tomorrow afternoon . It's gonna be a cold one for sure . My son said he hasn't seen much there during gun season and the guys that hunt there have over hunted the property . We'll see .
  9. fasteddie

    Taking down ground blinds

    Those darn hub blinds are a bit tricky folding back up . I will have 2 to wrestle with later this year .
  10. fasteddie

    I've FALLEN and I can't get UP !!

    Pygmy - Hope you're getting better and the doctor figures out the cause of your problem . Damn kid , you are only 68
  11. fasteddie

    Xbow full inclusion??

    Moog is looked up to . He is a fairly tall guy !
  12. fasteddie

    Xbow full inclusion??

    Forget about getting back on track , the tracks buckled ! Discuss what ever your heart desires on this thread . Hey - what about the Mueller investigation ?
  13. fasteddie

    Xbow full inclusion??

    Nothing wrong ? What happened to the topic about Full Inclusion ? The discussion on the past few pages has nothing to do the the Original Topic ! It has turned into a bullshit session by a few .
  14. fasteddie

    Xbow full inclusion??

    This thread has gotten way off track and turned into a BS discussion . I am locking it up !
  15. fasteddie

    Fast Eddie's Fables

    Today turned out to be a good day . My oldest son and I arrived at the Geneseo property at almost the same time . Noon . Matt headed for the woods and I went to my elevated pond blind stand . It was a bit nippy out and I hadn't seen anything . Matt called me at 4pm and said he hadn't seen anything and didn't care about staying till sunset . He said he would walk through the thickets and see if he could push anything out . 4 doe burst into the north end of the corn field . The lead doe was really hauling butt . The other 3 were running and when they hit the opening . I fired and one of them went down . I could see her flopping in the field at about 130 yards and had to finish her off . A picture of a doe and myself . The red mark in the other picture is where the doe went down .