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About faihasan

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    Newbie Hunter
  • Birthday 02/07/1983

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    Deer Park, Suffolk County, NY
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    Hunting, Swimming, Travelling, Music

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    Suffolk, New York
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    Mossberg 500
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  1. faihasan

    State Land Closed

    hey buddy, good news for you http://www.dec.ny.go...ml#Recreational 11/9/12 - Suffolk and Nassau county DEC lands are now open for all activities. Hunting spaces will be used on a first come, first serve basis. The Ridge Hunter Check Station will remain closed over the extended holiday weekend due to lack of electricity. No daily access permits are necessary over the weekend. Please use your seasonal pass when parking and using properties. No pheasant stocking has taken place. Stocking will be reassessed on Tuesday. Deer cannot be checked over the weekend, but can be checked on Friday and starting again on Tuesday by calling Wildlife at (631) 444-0310.
  2. faihasan

    State Land Closed

    thats awful. isn't there any check point in that area?
  3. faihasan

    State Land Closed

    it was temporary. please call up the DEC checkpoint, as you would need daily permit for november-december for rocky point. 631-924-3156 normally you have to call and reserve in one week advance. after that you need to show up on that day early morning and the checkpoint would allocate your hunting location.
  4. How much you normally pay for processing the skin?
  5. man, its an antler deer. you gotta wake up in the morning and hunt it. i would just wake all night to get this deer.
  6. I just recieved this email from DEC. Its kinda scary. NY Big Game, If you hunt deer or elk in Pennsylvania or know someone who does, be aware of this new rule. See the press release below. DEC ISSUES EMERGENCY REGULATION FOR CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE TO PROHIBIT IMPORTING CERTAIN ANIMAL PARTS Action Taken to Protect New York’s Deer Population in Response to Pennsylvania Discovery The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) issued an emergency rulemaking that revises the state’s Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) regulations in response to a confirmed case of CWD in Pennsylvania, DEC Commissioner Joe Martens announced today. Effective immediately, the revision prohibits importing certain parts of white-tailed deer or American elk taken in the state of Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture confirmed the first case of CWD in Pennsylvania on October 11 at a deer farm in New Oxford (Adams County), PA. CWD is a contagious neurological disease affecting deer, elk and moose. It causes a characteristic spongy degeneration of the brain in infected animals resulting in emaciation, abnormal behavior, loss of bodily functions and death. In response, DEC amended its CWD regulations to prohibit importing the following parts of deer or elk taken in Pennsylvania: brain, eyes, spinal cord, tonsils, intestinal tract, spleen or retropharyngeal lymph nodes. “Hunters who take a deer or elk in Pennsylvania must now butcher the animal and remove the prohibited parts before entering New York State,” said DEC Commissioner Martens. “This action is necessary to protect New York’s populations of deer and moose. Most successful hunters already opt to butcher a deer and put the meat in a cooler before traveling back to New York.” DEC’s ongoing extensive surveillance program, initiated in 2002, first confirmed CWD in New York State in 2005 and has not discovered any additional cases of CWD since that time. DEC recently revised its surveillance plan and efforts this year will concentrate on collecting tissues at taxidermists as well as deer processors. It is not known exactly how CWD is transmitted. The infectious agent, a prion, may be passed from animal to animal through feces, urine or saliva. The minimal incubation period between infection and development of clinical disease appears to be about 16 months. The maximum incubation period is unknown, as is the point at which shedding of the CWD agent begins during the prolonged course of infection. The movement of infected material is believed to be one of primary routes of transmission. This amendment to the CWD regulations prohibits importing those parts of a deer where the disease is most likely to be found. DEC advises hunters not to consume the meat of any animal that acts abnormal and to exercise precautions when butchering animals, such as using rubber or latex gloves. Also, DEC urges hunters to dispose of deer parts that will not be consumed in a municipal landfill. Additional information about CWD can be found on DEC’s website at: http://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/7507.html and http://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/33220.html. Information is also available on the Chronic Wasting Disease Alliance's website at http://www.cwd-info.org/.
  7. hey, I didn't say anything about high or low. I just wanted to ask that was it $80? cause on the add it says $80. thats why.
  8. its not impossible for a citizen. you just have to follow the steps. yes ofcorse the hunting license would help you and the police department would consider it.
  9. how much did you pay? $80 bucks!!
  10. Don't get fooled by what other say. It is important that you make sure yourself that the land is open for public hunting. Go through the county, and look in this list. If you get a match, then go further: http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/8297.html
  11. 1. Pheasant after november 1 2. Rabbit 3. If I can get a dog, we might shoot one or two waterfowl. Or just swim to get it from the water. For waterfowl might have to buy stamp.
  12. Thanks Shawn and Elmo, you guys are terrific.
  13. I visited otis pike preserve last weekend, and felt like if i can get one or two companion we can hunt together. there is lots of things to learn, and small game hunting can give some experience.
  14. yeah, the cashier might be new. they normally take your driver license info.