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About nyantler

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  • Birthday 11/06/1959

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    Chittenango, NY

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    Adirondacks, Tughill, Central NY
  • Hunting Gun
    TC Hawken 50 cal.
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    Bear 45# Recurve

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  1. nyantler

    Pennsylvania Bull Elk Lottery Winner

    WOW that's a big boy!!
  2. nyantler

    They are banning plastic bags now

    I never thought the time before plastic bags was all that bad... paper bags worked fine for years. Seems the tree huggers embraced plastic to save the trees without any regard for the consequences of billions of pounds of discarded plastic bags floating around in the ocean. Just like when plastic bottles replaced perfectly adequate glass bottles. Not sure what people call progress necessarily works out always for the better.
  3. nyantler

    Moogs Fault

    love your strings Steve... durable and beautiful.. quality made
  4. Legalizing marijuana is fine. But don’t ignore the science on its dangers... just like alcohol.
  5. Laws are not meant as an "answer" to deer management. They are just a way to help minimize the negative effects on the group(s) involved and compensate for the the lack of knowledge most hunters have on what good deer management is. Educating hunters and setting minimal, agreed on, standards for both managing the herds (and habitats) is actually a far better way to achieve real progress. Keeping in mind also that deer hunting has evolved into more than "just" a conservation issue. When you throw in hunting traditions, maintaining interest in the public to continue hunting, and the economic factors and the issue becomes much more complicated than just a simple law or set of laws. The mindset and involvement of hunters along with their cooperation suddenly becomes very important
  6. nyantler

    advise need with hunter harassment

    Knowing who it was, he'd find me at his front door and he and I would have a "discussion" about things.
  7. nyantler

    LI buck green scores 205

    I first learned of this score from an NYSBBC measurer... yet nobody in the club knows who measured yet. The article doesn't mention whether it is a typical score or non-typical score.. or whether it is a gross score or net score. Just that it scores 205-7 green. If in fact it is a legit typical net score it will become the biggest typical ever taken in NYS, as well as the Biggest Archery typical ever. .. and the first buck to ever hold both distinctions in NYS.
  8. nyantler

    Is losing deer an inevitable occurrence?

    Been there, done that... it sucks... but unfortunately is a part of hunting sometimes.
  9. nyantler

    Some 2018 Youth Hunt Photos

  10. https://www.nyantler-outdoors.com/2018-new-york-whitetails.html
  11. nyantler

    Ok Age Him

    I would guess 2 as well... still some transition definition between the neck and chest usually still present in 2 year old. Some serious potential in that buck!
  12. nyantler

    Question about hunting Adirondacks

    Yes, I figured that would go without saying... on second thought I probably should have mentioned that
  13. nyantler

    Long Island giant

    Yes, that buck would be in contention for the NYS archery nontypical record... yet there is no record of it other than this photo. It is nearly impossible for a buck this large to fly under the radar of the big buck club whether scored or not... this is the first I've seen this buck, which would be impossible with a buck this size. Very unlikely it is a wild NY buck.
  14. nyantler

    Question about hunting Adirondacks

    Your best bet in the ADK's will be on snow... it is the easiest way to get yourself on some deer. But remember with the snow comes some tougher challenges and some added cold weather gear. It is a bit harder to get lost seeing how you can usually backtrack yourself out of the woods as a last resort. The big woods are NOTHING like hunting smaller patches of southern tier woods.... be prepared!