surmn8er

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About surmn8er

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    Newbie Hunter

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  • Hunting Location
    Cuba, ny or Grand Island, ny
  • Hunting Gun
    Ruger American .270 or Remington 870
  • Bow
    Hoyt
  • HuntingNY.com
    online

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  1. My grandson could probably use them even if it's only when we are cutting fire wood.
  2. surmn8er

    Free book

    I'll take it. I love reading everything about trapping even though I haven't trapped in 35 years.
  3. wish you were closer. I could certainly use it.
  4. Now have 42 growing. Going to transplant the biggest ones this weekend and start getting them adapted to outdoors.
  5. I've got 6 growing and just planted 3 more out of a batch of 15 I got. Have 50 more still chilling in the fridge.
  6. Hopefully the lack of interest for these means everyone is hunting safely.
  7. I have a few of them. The last one I got as a gift and it lasted a year and then died. Two other ones eat batteries like crazy. I will not use the Wildgame cameras anymore. Just not dependable enough.
  8. I have several harnesses available to anyone who might need them. I am located in western NY.
  9. surmn8er

    New Bow Sight

    Specialty Archery makes peep sights with verifiers in them with different magnifications depending on how much you need.
  10. I just bought 4 Kieffer Pear trees last night at Lowes. They are also about 8' high without the pot and well branched. Don't know what rootstock but they are standard size trees.
  11. Archerytalk, Habitat Talk, Craigslist, Ebay and a couple of tractor forums
  12. Yea they gotta be fenced. I use remesh and also wrap the trunk with aluminum window screen to keep the mice and rabbits at bay.
  13. Same at the Williamsville store. I bought 6. Don't know the root stock but for $15 each you can't go wrong. They also had Pink Lady and Wolf River.