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  1. actually I think the quarantine is 14 before the go into the populace of NY. I don't believe going back to where they came from would be an issue.
  2. Back to the OP. "Doe Permits" were only for the regular season back when I started. Also you didn't get an extra tag for bow. you bought your privilege to bow hunt and could take an antlerless or an antlered deer.....but it was your regular season tag you had to use to do it. So if you shot a doe or a buck during bow you were done, unless you had an doe permit for regular season.
  3. DB hit it on the head. Some of us really dive in but most just do what they love and what they can. It takes all levels to make it work and it's fun. Some of our volunteers just like to be involved in the education events, some just like the banquets others just like to instruct or mentor in the Field to Fork. We had a couple that just liked getting donations ( I sure miss them...lol)
  4. The charter is still active but I don't believe the branch actually is doing much becasue of lack of leaders. Anyone want to raise their hand and I can point you in the right direction.
  5. Personally I think becasue of the rage and violence the anti-Trump people have shown the "silent majority" is even quieter than before. No way in hell I'd ever fly a Trump flag or put on a bumper sticker. I wouldn't want any vandalism to the house or vehicle. I'm going on record saying Trump's win will be bigger than in '16
  6. ticketed....but did it stick? That rope doesn't seem to meet the letter of the section The full text. http://ypdcrime.com/penal.law/article140.htm#p140.00
  7. This is from NY Penal law 140 A person who enters or remains upon unimproved and apparently unused land, which is neither fenced nor otherwise enclosed in a manner designed to exclude intruders, does so with license and privilege unless notice against trespass is personally communicated to him by the owner of such land or other authorized person, or unless such notice is given by posting in a conspicuous manner.
  8. yes it is poste. BUT it isn't legally posted. This comes into play when trying to prosecute a trespasser. Legally---Catch some one on your land (unimproved) and it isn't legally posted and you must officially notify that person (like certified mail) that they were trespassing. If they do it again they can be charged. If it is posted appropriately then they can be charged at the first offense. Ethically---If you don't own it, someone else does and you don't go on it without permission.
  9. Mike said he still had a stack to work on this weekend so I expect them to go out very soon.
  10. Primers and Powder have been hit the hardest, but starting to see it in the bullets as well.
  11. Only 3 weeks out so don't miss your shot at the drawings.
  12. I've seen him posting pretty consistently on his chainsaw art Facebook page.
  13. Been in the deer woods on every hunt since I was 8 years old with my father. I'm 55 now. SO I spent 47 years enjoying the deer woods. 43 years small game hunting 39 years deer hunting with a gun 36 years deer hunting with a bow.
  14. Actually that is sound and there is science to back that up.
  15. Think about it this way and no so much as is she the one to bring him by. If the doe population is at more natural percentages the bucks will be cruising and looking for a date. A buck that has to look is more likely to be on their feet more during the day and for more days that one that is following an doe and then locked down once she is in heat. If he can easily come upon another doe there is no need to move much at all.
  16. If you don't have a permit you can take $400 instead, I believe.
  17. If you want it sent it would be easier to go through the online link. They are all set up with the envelopes and postage already.
  18. Well, here we go. The participants have all completed their Hunter's Safety Course and the QDMA Deer 101 course online. This Saturday will be the first face to face and we are going to the range to conduct firearms safety and shooting proficiency training. Stay tuned for pictures. I'm hoping a volunteer or mentor tags a deer in the morning and we can also do a field dressing demo. (I Know....too much to hope for)