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  1. 2018 HuntingNY Bow/Archery Harvest Thread Post up pics of your 2018 archery season deer here! Only pictures with the associated story will be allowed in this thread. If you want to congratulate someone, please do it by clicking on the "like this" button for the post. There will be no exceptions. Feel free to start a new thread if you wish to have comments in addition to posting the photo / story here.
  2. I am selling a Ten Point Crossbow Blazer HP package. Excellent bow, ready to shoot. Comes with 3X scope, sling, ACUdraw, 4 bolts and 3 broadheads. I live in NJ but hunt in the Catskills. I will be traveling to Margaretville Friday morning and can bring the bow up the NYS Thruway thru Kingston and Route 28 West to Arkville if anyone is interested. Priced to sell at 500.00 Text for pictures or feel free to call me and speak with me the old fashion way. 732-330-2004 Jimmy
  3. 2011 PSE Stinger HP 50-60lb Limbs Single Cam, 75% Letoff 25" - 30" Draw 30.75" ATA / 4.2lbs I purchased this bow used over the summer and have since upgraded. The bow comes with stabilizer, 3 pin sight and quiver. Needs a rest and string. Cable is brand new and does not need replacement. I had the bow professionally tuned when I purchased it and it was pulling 27 1/8" and 61lbs. More pictures upon request. $100 and shipped free USPS to anywhere in NY or bordering states.
  4. Just wanted to remind everyone that Hawkeye Bowman is having their annual Labor Day Shoot on Monday Sept 5th starting at 7am-1pm kitchen will be open at 6am cost is 12.oo per person compound,recurve and long bow allowed - sorry no crossbow hope to see you there have a safe weekend nadine
  5. Hello to All, New to this forum. I'm an old fart archery hunter. I live in VT but do a lot of hunting in the Lake George area Adirondacks. It's tough bow hunting and even gun hunting is a real challenge. This year I'd like to broaden my horizons...... I'm planning to drive out to Yates County this coming weekend just to hike some public land and am considering either High Tor WMA or Italy Hill State Forrest. Anybody have any experience hunting either of these areas? I'm sure they get a lot of pressure during the gun season but I'm wondering how much pressure they get during the archery season. Thanks!
  6. Last archery season we tried something different, we hunted on public land for the first time and it paid off. Deer Hunting Video>>
  7. Hello to All, I’m new to these boards. I’m just an old dog bow hunter from Vermont looking to hunt more of New York this year. I spend a lot of time in the Lake George Region Adirondacks although I’ve not tagged a buck there in a few years. I’m looking to hike some new areas in Region 3 (looking at Orange County but open to ideas!) and was wondering if anyone could offer advice for Bow Hunting on public land. Does public land get a lot of pressure during the bow season? I’m sure it does for gun. Anyone hunt Pochuck Mountain State Forrest? Can a bow hunter avoid being run over by fellow sportsmen trying their luck?
  8. Hi All, I am new to Steuben county (I live in Painted Post/Erwin) and new to the forum. I have been an avid hunter since I turned 12 and have hunted in both NY and PA (most of the time in western PA where I grew up). I haven't bow hunted in a few years, but I recently got the Mathews out to see if I still could shoot. I also rifle and muzzleloader hunt. I am in the process of scouting out Pinnacle State Park, McCarthy Hill State Forest, and Erwin WMA. If anyone out there could offer any suggestion on a gun club (I can hear the Painted Post gun club from my house), I would appreciate it as I need a safe place to sight in my guns. Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you!
  9. Hello everyone, I am a member of Ron Kings Quiver Loops Prostaff, our company has designed a great new product that makes bow hunting a lot easier. This new quiver loop that has been developed attaches to your quiver and allows something to hang your quiver while in a tree stand. They're made here in the USA out of high quality para cord, available in several colors! Check out our website @ Thanks! Brian Morrison RKQL Pro-Staff Fort Plain New York
  10. We are only a few days away from the 2014 Bow Season for the Southern Zone and Suffolk County, the Northern Zone kicked off their Season on the 27th. We want to wish everyone a safe and successful bow hunting season! Please make sure you keep us updated with reports of your hunts successful or not. We actually had someone in the Northern zone already post with a buck down, check it out here: If you are a part of the 2014 Whitetail Challenge please find your thread that was made just for you to post, your username will be in the subject. The rules and other info can be found in the thread at the top of that forum category as well. Please make sure you checkout the rule changes on the Sticky Topics. We wanted to point out a few important threads on the forums to check out. The 2014 "Live From the Stand / Woods" thread is up and ready for posting live action and photos from the woods. -> Keep in mind, crossbows are now legal for hunting, however use is restricted to certain times and areas. For more info please see this post from the NY DEC: As always there are some amazing trail camera photos up, some real nice deer have been posted over the last few days -> There are a ton of new threads to read over in the Bow Hunting section to get you ready for the season opener, If you are a Facebook user, please give us a "Like" our Facebook page here: and help spread the word. The site has grown leaps and bounds since started, there are over 317,970 posts as of today! Please remember to tell friends and family about the site, you can even forward them this email / link. If you have a hunting related business (ex. hunting store / archery shop), hunting club or organization, or a hunting related website you want to share with members we have opened up a link sharing system here: Just select the category and click "Add Link" on the right side of the page. Thank you and be safe! This post has been promoted to an article
  11. Hello there. I'm a lifelong archer, living in NYC, and my mom got me into hunting last year. We were shooting at a 3D range and her hunting buddies couldn't believe the shots I was making at 60 yards, I had no idea I was any good, it's just something I've done for fun for a long time and I guess I got pretty good. So I started doing some reading about conservation and I love to cook and I also love backpacking, so I just put those things together and got myself a proper hunting setup and got myself licenced this year. This last weekend I just went up to the Catskills for the early bear season. I hunted out of my tent solo in the forest and holy cow I'm hooked. It's bananas in the bush. I'm so used to being on trails there's a whole other world when you're off the trails. It was physically demanding (I'm in pretty good shape but I feel broken right now), and I feel an incredibly amazing positive energy coming from this experience. Confronting my lifelong fears of bears (I've been solo backpacking for a long time with maybe my dog but usually alone) ... I went into the woods with my pack, some water, my PSE Xforce (it's a beast), Montec G5 broadheads sharpened to a surgical edge and some scents I made following the NYS rule of 1.5 oz. I bought some small glass 2oz bottles and mixed extracts of anise, caramel and vanilla. Damn it's a strong smell. I know the area I was hunting quite well so I went straight to where I knew the bears were moving. Scat everywhere. I've been doing my research and following Cameron Haines, reading his books and it all fell into place. I'll try and keep this brief here and recount my experience under the bear threads where they may help other. No luck but using the Trimble app I logged at least 3 absolutely perfect hiding spots with 10 - 40 yard shots, perfectly hidden with tons of scat and water sources nearby. Exhilarating!
  12. This is one of the coolest hunting vids I've seen in awhile. Felt like a movie but clearly real life! cheers
  13. Warning this has adult language! Shooting the top Half of Suffolk Archers warming up for bow season. Middle of our course/ starting area, running deer shot. Our field course and the south side its connect to. First video is edited to be steady with google edit, second two are in original format. Narrow angle 1080p GoPro Black. Wish the target was in better view at 30 plus yards... I was shooting OK that day but not concentrating on the closer shots... Like the camera just wish it was a little better at low light and long distance and battery life, remote is nice to turn it on but drains the battery more. Head mount works well if you wear a hat, mounting accessories offer many options. Waterproof enclosure makes sound null but ensures long life in harsh hunting conditions. Overall good camera with nice features.
  14. Hope everyone is doing well. I did an unusual video test recently and wanted to see how the arrow sounded at different yardages. This brought me to ask my fellow bowhunters - do the deer jump the sound of the string or the sound of the broadhead/arrow? http://www.huntograp...rrow-broadhead/ Thoughts? Thanks all! - Rudy
  15. Hey guys, After seeing a post earlier i have to say this, I am an avid small game hunter, I currently dont have my archery tag as i couldnt get into a course this year(my fault i waited too long). But as i was raised and hunted with my father and grandfather growing up i was taught to respect any and all hunters in the woods. that means if im hunting small game in the early season and i see that there may be other hunters in the woods you pay even more attention and respect their hunting area, i personally have never walked up on another hunter in the woods and try to steer clear of them if i do happen to see them. but the woods are fair game for all of us and we should all be respectful of each individuals pursuit of their choice in game to take at any given time assuming it is in a legal manner. Now to what i read, you die hard archery guys that are complaining about the youth hunt and small game hunters ruining your day in the stand, wake up and remember it is those youths and small game guys and gals that help keep hunting a sport we can all enjoy. Now i also understand not all hunters have the same respect when they see blaze orange in a stand 100 yards away, i personally am not going to pull up to pick off a squirrel if i see an archer in stand. thats just not right, there is alot of game in season this time of year and we all need to be able to respect and enjoy the sport we have to spend so much money on to enjoy. sorry for going on and on but it pisses me off when i hear people talkin bad about the youth hunts and small game hunters "ruining" a day in the archery stand.
  16. We will have our 3D shoot this weekend, all are welcome, I believe it's 20 entry fee. 8 am registration 9am start. We have our silver arrow 3D shoot in 2 weeks. Both are open to the public. Let me know if anyone is interested. I will be at both shoots and hope to place in the top 3 in both... Now that my arrow rest is not loose any more I am going to try and beat my 276 high score. (Shot 3 weeks with it slightly loose, did not notice untile my arrows started flying about 8 inches to the rt... ARG) Most targets range from about 17 yards to 50 yards depending on who set up the course. Traditional and long bow welcome and shoot from closer distances... I find the course to be a challenge and always a fun time!!! THis is the link to our schedual. If this sunday is no good you still have 2 weeks to get ready for the next shoot. Let me know if anyone is interested, I have 1 or 2 people shooting with me on sunday and we usually pair up in groups of 4 sometimes more if needed. But more than 4 shooting at the same target can mean damaged arrows so we try to limit that... Lots of fun and a great place to shoot!!!
  17. this bear was taken last year in the southern zone. it is one of four bears taken on our 75 acres. those for bears were the four out of the 5 bears taken in our county in 2 years. for some reason they like our land. it borderds 200 acres of state land. I had just came out from lunch around one o'clock, been settled in for about an hour and in the corner of my eye i see a black furball. it dissapeared for a few minuets then reapperead. 20 yrds away perfect broadside shot my parker inferno and 3 blade spitfire broadheads did the job and passed through both lungs and sliced the heart. she didnt run more than 10 yrds. i was scared out of my mind so i waited in my stand for TWO HOURS just to make sure the deal was sealed. sure enought it was. P.S: this was posted now because i just joined the site. looking forward to having another one in just a couple of weeks.
  18. This bow is in great shape. I recently paid over $100 to have it tuned up and restrung. I have the receipt for the service. It has a brand new whisker biscuit rest, a brand new sling, and I upgrade the peep site to a larger hunting style peep site. I am selling it because I need to free up some money and I no longer use this bow. I'm asking $150 firm. Bow is right handed. 30" draw. Call me 703 776 0860. Hartsdale, NY.
  19. Im trying to sell my parker compund bow i got it a few back for my son and he needs to buy a new one. The draw weight is 40-55 puond (its a starter bow). Its starting price i 125, it comes with a 5 arrow quiver, a release and a sight. Email me if intrested .. PS pictures avaiable upon request