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  • Birthday 03/31/1984

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    Fairfield County, CT

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    CT & SENY (3N, 3S, 3G)
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    Browning BPS Shotgun & Weatherby Rifles
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    Mathews HTX No Cam / Excalibur (crossbow)

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  1. I walked CT woods today and same thing- crazy dry atop the mountain. Tons of oak trees, but I wonder how much acorns will fall (if any).
  2. Great point about neighbors. On my Dad's land we met the neighbors immediately. The one hunting neighbor we exchanged recovery rights and stay in touch year-round. In fact, you met the kid when we were fishing one day. small world.
  3. LOL you’d know mature bucks are more prone if you studied Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  4. Yea it sucks. but maybe @Jeremy K would be more understanding if it hit his area?
  5. I, personally, could never justify buying land to hunt in NY for a single species of deer since Bear is so luck driven. For a few hundred thousand you could spend $10K/year and hunt wherever you want and chase a variety of game with no strings attached while the rest of $ grows in investments anyway. That being said, my Dad disagreed with me since he already did a handful of out of states and was getting older. So he bought land in NY solely to hunt. He knew from 30 years experience there's no booners in 3N and he'd likely never shoot a 120", but he wanted something under 20 min drive so he did it anyway. He found 30 acres of non-buildable land (so taxes are low) that joins 50 acres of stateland that is landlocked. So he got 80 acres to hunt for the price of 30. And honestly, we have done really well killing 9 bucks 2.5 or older in 6 seasons. My biggest fear if I were you is keeping trespassers off property out of state, unless you feel really comfortable with the neighbors watching it or something. Good luck and I definitely look forward to following along.
  6. Funny thing is I moved 30min over the border into CT and haven't seen any mention of it on forums, DEEP, etc.
  7. Going to be 90 degrees and dry all weekend again
  8. Never made sense why a mountain Lion is big game but wolf isn’t. But if you look at the sheet the wolf can now be used to replace one of the caribou hunts that no longer exist like walrus and jaguar Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  9. Buck fever! I doubt doe fever Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  10. Agree. This pizza guy shot several 70-90 yards. Sometimes you just can’t get any closer Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  11. In the taxidermy posts he noted he is getting a replica of the polar bear. I assume to your point he couldn’t bring it back Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  12. Yea, there’s certain species I have zero interest in hunting (muskox, polar bear, all the caribous, the other types of elk/moose, etc. ). And then other ones I’d love to hunt but can’t justify the $ to do (Sheep, Grizzly, Brown Bear) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  13. 3N Bobcat Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  14. What are the agreed upon payouts again? $75 regular season highest pts $150 playoff champion $75 2nd place playoffs Does that seem right? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  15. Another wife payment! @crappyice is paid. We got 11/12 paid. @Cory stands alone assuming I’m tagging the right one Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
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