adkhunter71

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About adkhunter71

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    New York Hunter

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    Male

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  • Hunting Location
    That pinch point where the hardwoods and softwoods meet
  • Hunting Gun
    Remington model 7400 .30-06;
  • Bow
    PSE Brute

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  1. You assume right.....and they can swim!
  2. Don't want to burst your bubble about potentially hunting the Adirondacks, but I would never recommend going there if you are a new hunter. Deer numbers are always low, and this year seems worse than normal after last year's harsh winter. I would suggest that if you are willing to travel the 4+ hours to go to the Adirondacks that maybe you try some public land in western NY. Much better deer numbers out that way.
  3. Toyota Sienna makes an AWD model. Eats tires like there's no tomorrow if you don't get an alignment done every 3 months.....
  4. Thanks for coming guys! It was nice seeing the guys I have met before and also meeting those that I haven't. I will keep you posted when we do it again.
  5. Tonight's the night! If you are in the NYC area, come on out to American Whiskey from 6-8 for our Pint Night. You don't have to be a BHA member to attend and we will be having raffles, merch sales as well as a big announcement about something very cool happening in NYC in February! I've got confirmation from a few on here that they will be able to make it. For those hoping that Biz will be there so they can bust his balls, he told me that he won't be able to attend because he will be out of town. Great excuse....it's probably his monthly mani/pedi night or he is going to a paint and sip where he will try his best to recreate a Thomas Kinkade like scene of a spike freshening up a scrape in front of his blind while a bobcat tries to make sweet love to a male red fox.
  6. Tried to post a flyer, but it won't let me. New York Chapter of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers is hosting a pint night in Manhattan: January 16th, 6-8pm American Whiskey (near Penn Station) 247 W 30th St, New York, NY 10001 You don't need to be a member to attend. Bring a friend or two....these events are an awesome way to meet fellow hunters and anglers and swap stories and/or make new contacts over a beer (or bourbon, if you choose). Would love to meet you there!
  7. Come to the NYC Pint Night at American Whiskey on January 16th and you might be able to convince me, lol. @ATbuckhunter should be there too.
  8. Hey everyone. I just wanted to let people know that the NY Chapter of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers will be holding a Pint Night in NYC at American Whiskey (247 W 30th St, New York, NY 10001- about a block or so from Penn Station) on January 16th at 6pm. This is a really cool venue and the event will be held in their loft. This will be an awesome opportunity for forum members to meet up and grab a few beers while meeting other hunters and fisherman in the NYC area. You don't need to be a BHA member to attend and can bring along any friends or hunting partners that you would like. Please PM me if you would like more info or have any questions. Thanks, Tom
  9. Not to hijack this thread, but NY Chapter of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers will be having a Pint Night on January 16th at American Whiskey near Penn Station from 6-8. We had a few forum members come to our last pint night in Brooklyn and it was a great time. Would love to meet some of you at this event if you are around and interested! PM me if you would like more details. I will more than likely start a new thread as we get closer to the date of the event.
  10. I have a Barronette Big Cat and it withstood two heavy, wet snowfalls of at least 6". The blind collapsed under the weight both times, but once cleaned off, I was able to put it back up with absolutely no issues. I thought for sure that it was done after the second time since the snow was mixed with ice and it was HEAVY. Those things are tough!