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About J.B.

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    Erie County

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    Western NY
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    Mossberg Shotgun
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  1. Getting some new bucks on camera this past week. All an hour or so before sun up. Hopefully they stick around for one of my upcoming sits.
  2. If i can get one early in the season to fill the freezer ill take one, but once the chasing starts I'll pass on them until the second weekend of the gun season.
  3. Great first track! Look forward to reading these all year.
  4. There are some beauties in those pics. Good luck this year!
  5. I drove across the state yesterday and saw a few strutters. Looking forward to getting out in a few weeks.
  6. Last Saturday I was able to get this deer right before sundown. He was chasing off a small 4-pointer and came 15 yards to my left. Took the shot and he didn't make it 40 yards. My biggest buck to date.
  7. Our group leases a large piece of land from a logging company. Its almost completely covered in forest. We take advantage of our areas where there are breaks in the canopy to put in our food plots. Even if they are small that little bit of food seems to bring deer in.
  8. Made it out Saturday. Went most of the morning without hearing anything. Around 8:30 was able to locate two birds and call them in over about 45 minutes. Paced the shot at 32 yards. 9" beard, 1" Spurs.
  9. We are doing deer steaks with mac n cheese.
  10. When its a buck i always try to let the little ones walk. I try to keep to 8 points or outside of its ears. When gun season starts i will take does. For does im just looking for a good sized body.
  11. i'll be taking out the 12ga mossberg pump with Remington expanders. Pretty excited for Saturday!
  12. I just use a decocking bolt. When im ready to get out of the stand i shoot it into the ground right in the path on plan on taking out of the woods. Pick it up on my way by. I've probably shot it a couple dozen times and its still in good shape. https://www.cabelas.com/product/Carbon-Express-reg-Crossbow-Release-Bolt/1608715.uts?slotId=1
  13. My dad ended up getting the buck from the pictures this morning. He's a very happy guy today!
  14. https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/68802.html It needs to be un-cocked. Its under "General Crossbow Regulations" This is assuming that your question applies to transporting the crossbow.
  15. It is working fine. There are times where it doesn't take the clearest of pictures. Also, in the area i have it there is a lot of brush and the range is probably too much. I get a lot of pictures of nothing. i think it is because it is sensing things in the thick stuff that the camera will never pick up. It might be better suited for food plots and fields. other than that the battery life and reception have worked well.
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