nybuckboy

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About nybuckboy

  • Rank
    Elite NY Hunter
  • Birthday 10/15/1953

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Southeast Madison County (Hubbleton)

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  • Hunting Location
    Southeast Madison County (Hubbleton)
  • Hunting Gun
    Winchester Model 70 - Weatherby 270 Mag cartridges
  • Bow
    Mathews Halon 60 lb

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  1. Exactly why I do drink coffee before hitting the woods. 1 1/2 cups and I'm shittin'... time to hit the woods. That's not to say I haven't been caught having to go when hunting over the past 50+ years but rare. Generally it's in the off season when I'm hiking or walking the land that it may happen like last summer but during hunting season as suburban farmer says it's a well tuned machined!
  2. Anyone got a recommendation for a jerky marinade?
  3. hope it heals completely for you
  4. Yep just 289 days and we can get in the woods to bow hunt the southern tier.
  5. I was fortunate. I saw only real nice 41/2 yo on cam that got shot by a youth. Pretty much bummed me out but happy for the kid. Never saw much happening mature buck wise until the 9th and then got a decent 8 with bow same one I saw on 9th. Then on Nov 30 scored on another much nicer 8. Overall sighting were down on both buck and doe most of the season.
  6. You left out one huge affect on this. Standing corn. It is my understanding that bc the corn was put in late due to excessive rain that it didn’t mature until late. In addition the same farmer told me the moisture content was still too high to harvest until just recently and if notice much is still up.
  7. Paul on the left with Jenny. Paul was a feral cat that we Havaheart trapped because he had an injured leg. Had him neutered and his leg treated. 3 days later he returned and after a couple months he came in the house and that was 5 1/2 yrs ago.
  8. nybuckboy

    Beaver

    Ward don't you think you been a little hard on the beaver
  9. I too seem to look forward to deer hunting the more I age and I'm 66. It can get frustrating not seeing deer but I still just like being part of the woods. I am very fortunate to be able to hunt on the land I live on after most of my life prior to 2014 having to deal with much of the bs that many face each and every year. After not seeing much on camera as well as on the hoof my season ended well with decent 8 with the bow during that cold snap and again on the second Saturday a nice 9 with the rifle. I too agree it's not always how many or how big a buck you kill it's just seeing them and watching them that keeps me getting up at 5am.