BigGuyNY

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About BigGuyNY

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    Chenango/Columbia Counties 7M/4U

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  1. I just returned from Hawaii . I shot a nice billy .

    Good luck on your upcoming hunt and have a great vacation .

    Bob

    1. BigGuyNY

      BigGuyNY

      Congratulations.  

    2. greybeard

      greybeard

      thanks..( I just saw this message(July 15))

  2. Exactly the response I was expecting. Thanks for proving my point.
  3. The stupidest comment I have ever read on this board!
  4. Can anyone recommend a deer processor in the Austerlitz area of Columbia County (4U). Thanks in advance.
  5. Remember there are exceptions to the Fourth Amendment that allow those with Peace Officer status to conduct warrantless searches.
  6. I am so glad that I found this thread. I am going to Hawaii in July and have reached out to the two outfitters you provided for info. I appreciate any input that you can provide being the vast experience you have hunting there.
  7. New York State law now allows for the sale and use of a specific category of consumer fireworks known as Sparkling Devices. Sparkling Devices are ground based or handheld devices that produce a shower of colored sparks and or a colored flame, audible crackling or whistling noise and smoke. The law limits the type, size and construction of Sparkling Devices and requires that these devices must be hand held or mounted on a base or spike and be limited in sizes that range from 1 to 500 grams of pyrotechnic composition. Sale and use of Sparkling Devices is legal in counties and cities that have NOT enacted a local law to "opt out". The Office of Fire Prevention and Control has been notified that the following counties have prohibited the sale and use of Sparkling Devices: Bronx, Columbia, Kings, Nassau, New York, Queens, Richmond, and Schenectady. New York laws allows permanent retailers to obtain a permit to sell sparklers and small fireworks from June 1 to July 5 and December 26 to January 1 each year. Temporary stands/tents with a permit are allowed to sell from June 20 to July 5 and December 26 to January 1.
  8. I hate when guys say you outta look....:rolleyes:

     These are actual seeds I picked up today. You decide for yourself what your seed is..DON'T rely on what these guys say, always...BTW bear breed in June ,July and sometimes in late M5ad0cf190c9ab_treeseeds.thumb.jpg.079e57ba3cd14e22091ea4cd57db50b4.jpgay ,also early August.

     Good Luck this year.

     

    1. BigGuyNY

      BigGuyNY

      Thanks for the info.  I really appreciate it.  

  9. State land was loaded with these. Can anyone identify it? Thanks
  10. Prior to buying a pickup, believe it or not I would use a bodybag. The butcher would always get a kick out of it.
  11. Soybeans are a wonderful crop for food plots. One drawback is that they need to be fenced unless you are planting 2 acres or more. Deer will destroy them as soon as they sprout and they will not stand a chance. Also they come Round up ready if that appeals to you.
  12. Here is the link for Chenango County http://www.chenangoswcd.org/chenango/linked/2017_tree_order_form.pdf
  13. Starts today! Some items are extremely limited. http://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/9395.html
  14. I understand why it's against the law, but how does this make someone a poacher and a cheater?