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  1. downrangedude here, a quirky and not-so-cool but cool sports enthusiast. Loves to hunt, fish, snowboard and camp more than hamburgers. I am yet another outdoor guy from Texas who loves to brag all I know, and FYI I know a lot.
  2. Trying to get started with my own soft plastics company in the albany area. Made with CNC aluminum molds and have senko style worms, swimming senko style worms, drop shot worms, and swimming shad worms. $4 a bag. This is how the big, modern day companies started, so I'm trying to do the same, one step at a time! Fresh out of college as well. Thanks
  3. turkeyfeathers


    Ok, I'll sorta hijack this thread as OP isn't replying. You guys ever try the Gulp stuff ? Man o man I'm sold. Buddy who's been taking us out on his boat swears by this stuff. I can see why after seeing results. Well not personally as I've been skunked but buddy and daughter doing well with it. 1/8 oz jighead and simple little pops off lake floor gets the smallies to smash it. Black and white 3" minnows is his choice. Eye's and sheephead seem to like it as well.
  4. Over 360 acres in Jefferson Count Pennsylvania. Property includes 2 miles of frontage of PA stocked trout waters, 5 ponds, 10 acre field, over 300 wooded acres, streams, mountain and flat lands, with a nice network of roads throughout. Wild game includes white tail deer, black bear, turkey, rabbits, grouse, red-gray-fox squirrels, fisher, fox, coyotes, geese, ducks, doves and woodcock... just to name a few. There'as also a camp included on the edge of the property with municipal waster & sewage and natural gas heat. This place has a little of everything to offer the outdoor enthusiast: Hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, kayaking & canoeing, 4 wheeling, cookouts and campfires. A tour of the property takes a couple of hours can be arranged for serious inquiries only by emailing Gary at [email protected] or calling 814-577-2296. Asking price $925,000.00
  5. FOR SALE: Pennsylvania Camp, Shed and 5 Acres Near Hunting, Fishing and ATV Trails 600 square foot cabin built in 2011. Cabin has electricity and will include most furniture and appliances. Access to ATV trails. 10 minutes from the Snow Shoe Rails to Trails. Local hunting and fishing in the Moshannon State Forest. Includes 10x18 shed and deer feeders. Located in Grassflat, Cooper Township, Clearfield County. Asking $99,000. Serious offers considered. Call or text 814-574-4471 Email [email protected]
  6. I am looking to sell 20 Acres of woodland in Redfield NY. Land is on a seasonal road whih has electric run up to the property line. There are currently 2 cabins on this road that are used year round. It is within walking distance of the Salmon River Reservoir and its a short drive to Pulaski and other spots on the river. Walking distance to O'Hara State Forest which is almost 2,400 acres of great north country hunting land. Close to snowmobile trails and other amenities All rights transfer with the sale Asking $25,000 PM for details Thanks, Andy
  7. Whitetail Strategies Guide Service is a Vermont Based hunting & fishing outfitter and guide service. We offer a very personalized guide service to accommodate beginner hunters and fisherman to safely enjoy the great outdoors during a "shoulder to shoulder" guided trip. We also guide small hunting and fishing groups for those outdoorsman that are experienced to enjoy a relaxing, work free, guided trip. Whitetail Strategies Guide Service offers many guided trips here in the Green Mountain State such as: Archery Whitetail Hunts Rifle Season Whitetail Hunts Black Powder Whitetail Hunts Spring Turkey Hunts Fall Turkey Hunts Guided VT Moose Hunts For Lottery Winners Rabbit Hunting With Beagles Guided Cat Fishing Trips From The Shores Of Lake Champlain Professionally Guided VT Ice Fishing Trips First Aid, CPR, and AED certified and trained Small, very organized, customizable guide service Very reasonable rates Visit www.whitetailstrategies.net to book a trip using the contact us button.
  8. We went on a Brook trout fishing trip last weekend and had an absolute blast! The amount of Brookies we caught was pushing 300's, even though they weren't anything big they fought like little rabid great whites. You can read the full article here..... Brookie Mania
  9. Are you looking for a place to hunt? Tired of competing with the masses on state land or knocking on doors trying to beg for permission on private land? Are you someone new to hunting looking for the right opportunity? We are seeking individuals of all hunting abilities to round out our remaining memberships. We are located in Colton, NY near Cranberry Lake in WMU 6F. Our lease consists of a variety of different terrains on nearly 1,300 acres in northern New York's Adirondack Park. Pines, hardwoods, hills, swamps, brush, a creek; we have it all! You will see deer, grouse, bear, turkey, rabbit, squirrel and lucky members have even come across an occasional moose. Full membership of $550 annually (divided into two payments) allows year round access to the club including two camp buildings (bunk house/main building). Bring your machine; you also have full access to miles of ATV/snowmobile trails through agreements with neighboring clubs. Across the road are thousands of state acres and numerous excellent fishing opportunities exist close by. For NY's southern zone hunters, keep in mind that this camp is located in the northern zone which allows you to begin rifle hunting in October of every year (October 25th this year) long before the southern zone opens. Early bear season begins in September (September 13 this year), bow season starts September 27. Muzzle loader also in October. If this sounds like something you might be interested in, drop us a line. We also maintain a Facebook page if you are interested in seeing some of the deer we have harvested over the years.
  10. Prime Trophy Hunting, Fishing, Swimming, Snowmobile Property for sale on 80+ Scenic Acres. Located in Southern Zone- Delaware County, outside of Oneonta, NY. Property offers 2.5 miles of ATV/Walking Trails. Historic Home (once a one room schoolhouse) offers 3 bedrooms, 1 Bath, Open plan Kitchen, Dining, LR. Enclosed Porch with Several Windows & Hot Tub. Detach Garage & Shed. Property has the Charlotte River running along side of it & a nice size swimming hole with stairs & diving board. Has been used for several years as a family owned vacation/ hunting & year round recreational property. Property includes Home for Sale with Furnishings, Land, & Tools, & Equipment for $295,000. Short distance from Colleges, Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame, Shopping. Email [email protected] for additional information.
  11. Hey hunters/fisherman/trappers, the rod and gun club that I'm a part of just lost a couple of guys due to them moving away. There's a few openings in the membership and I thought that this website would be a good way of getting the word out and finding some hunters/fisherman/trappers interested in joining. Get in touch with me for more information including, acreage, location, and information about the club, etc. You can call/text me or shoot me an e-mail or simply leave me a message on here. My number is 631-742-9877 and my e-mail address is [email protected]
  12. Sign the petition: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/832/485/616/veto-s-065889-a-and-a-08790-a/ To learn more about the impacts of mute swans go to NY Dove Hunting's website at: http://nydovehunting.weebly.com/mute-swans.html
  13. Hey hunters/fisherman/trappers, the rod and gun club that I'm a part of just lost a couple of guys due to them moving away. There's a few openings in the membership and I thought that this website would be a good way of getting the word out and finding some hunters/fisherman/trappers interested in joining. Get in touch with me for more information including, acreage, location, and information about the club, etc. You can call/text me or shoot me an e-mail or simply leave me a message on here. My number is 631-742-9877 and my e-mail address is [email protected]
  14. Wow, look at the size of this guy taken out of the Hudson River in Orange county. The record for catching the largest inland Striped Bass in New York state was recently broken, state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe Martens announced today. Eric Lester of Campbell Hall caught a 60 pound female striped bass measuring 53.4 inches in length and 33 inches in girth from Hudson River in Newburgh, Orange County on May 14. The new record surpassed the former record of 55 pounds 6 ounces, set in 2007, by four pounds ten ounces. “This is a remarkable new record catch,” said Commissioner Martens. “I congratulate Mr. Lester on his success and determination in catching the largest recorded inland Striped Bass in New York and encourage others to take advantage of the many outstanding fishing opportunities New York has to offer.” Angler Eric Lester knew he had a big fish on when a comedy of errors ensued as he fished alone on Newburgh Bay on May 14, 2014. As the fish fought, the reel came off his rod; he managed a quick fix only to find the line tangled around his prop. Despite these difficulties, he was able to successfully land the fish. Mr. Lester, while astounded at the size of the fish, managed to get her on board. DEC biologists estimated the fish to be at least 20 years old. Mr. Lester submitted details of his winning fish as part of DEC’s Angler Achievement Awards Program, which tracks state record fish. Through this program, anglers can enter freshwater fish that meet specific qualifying criteria and receive official recognition of their catch and a distinctive lapel pin commemorating their achievement. The three categories that make up the program are: Catch & Release, Annual Award and State Record. Although this is a once in a lifetime achievement occurred on the Hudson River, New York, as a member of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, is participating in drafting a new coast –wide striped bass management plan addendum. The draft addendum, expected to be released later this summer, will propose regulatory changes to address increases in fishing mortality and decline in the female spawners in coastal populations of striped bass. New York strongly advocates managing our fisheries to result in sustainable harvests for future generations of anglers. This post has been promoted to an article
  15. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today introduced the New York State Adventure License Series, providing New Yorkers and visitors the opportunity to purchase lifetime licenses to fish, hunt and visit New York State Parks, as part of his efforts to enhance sporting and recreational opportunities, support outdoor enthusiasts and boost tourism throughout the state. As part of this promotional effort, the Governor unveiled New York’s Outdoor Adventure License Plates, which features nine new plate designs – including the I [love] NY HUNTING, I [love] NY FISHING, and I [love] NY PARKS license plates – available for free exclusively to those buying new lifetime hunting, fishing, or parks licenses in 2014. In addition, New York residents who secure lifetime licenses will have the opportunity to receive an Adventure License, which allows them the option of consolidating all their recreation licenses and benefits onto their New York State Driver’s License, an initiative first introduced by the Governor during his State of the State address last month. The Adventure License and plates are available on the state’s revamped online licensing portal: www.licensecenter.ny.gov. To promote these latest offers, the State will launch a direct mail campaign and send one million letters to notify current short term recreational license holders. “As part of our ongoing efforts to promote New York as a top destination for outdoor enthusiasts and sportsmen, we are launching the NYS Lifetime Adventure License Series that will allow New Yorkers to hunt, fish and enjoy our vast state parks for the rest of their lives,” Governor Cuomo said. “Under this program, we are creating the new Adventure License to make it easier for New Yorkers who hold these lifetime passes to travel and enjoy outdoor activities across the state, as well as new special Adventure License Plates available free to anyone who signs up for a lifetime hunting, fishing or parks license this year. With this initiative, we are growing the state’s tourism industry even further and creating jobs for communities statewide. And most of all, we are excited to offer New Yorkers and visitors the opportunity to enjoy and explore the Empire State’s great outdoors for a lifetime.” “People who enjoy being outdoors often participate in multiple sporting activities such as hunting and fishing,” Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joe Martens said. “The Adventure License allows new lifetime hunting, fishing and trapping license holders to get outside with the simplicity of bringing their driver’s license rather than multiple documents. This is just the latest example of Governor Cuomo’s commitment to making it easier for tourists and New Yorkers to recreate and enjoy the great outdoors.” “With so much to do across our wonderful park system, the Empire Passport offers a lifetime of enjoyment that allows families and friends to build memories forever,” said Rose Harvey, Commissioner, Office of Parks, Recreation and Historical Preservation. “One investment now and the 335,000 acres, 2,000 miles of trails, beaches, nature centers and other park opportunities are yours to experience and enjoy forever. Lifetime Empire Passport members will have the option to escape alone or bring family and friends along for the experience.” New York’s Lifetime Adventure License Series will provide many benefits for the sporting community and outdoor enthusiasts including: · Lifetime Hunting License: $535 for small/big game A lifetime hunting license allows holders to hunt across millions of acres of majestic wild lands in New York while saving on the costs of an annual license. · Lifetime Fishing License: $460 A lifetime fishing license provides a lifetime of fishing on more than 70,000 miles of rivers and streams and more than 7,000 lakes and ponds while saving on the cost of an annual license. · Lifetime Empire Passport: $750 with special offer With no expiration date, buy the new Lifetime Empire Passport once, and enjoy the forests, the seashore, and the lakefronts in New York’s state parks for years and years to come while saving on the cost of an annual license. The Lifetime Empire Passport was announced in the Governor’s State of the State address. In addition, as a free one-time special bonus, purchasers will be able to select from any one of the following: a free week of camping, a free round of golf for four, or a $100 State Parks gift card. · Adventure License Plates: Adventure license plates will be free of charge for those purchasing new lifetime licenses in 2014, including one free plate renewal. Nine beautiful plate designs are available to display the lifetime commitment that hunters, anglers and parks visitors have made. · NYS Adventure Licenses: Lifetime holders of sporting licenses, Lifetime Empire Passports, and NY Safe Boating Certificates have the opportunity to consolidate their paper licenses onto one document, their New York State driver’s license. The license will feature icons including: a deer and fish for sportsmen lifetime licensees; an arrowhead for bowhunting; a bobcat paw for trapping; a powderhorn for muzzleloading; an anchor for a boating safety certificate; and a maple leaf for Lifetime Empire Passports. To purchase a lifetime pass or to learn more about these offers, go to www.licensecenter.ny.gov. Parks & Trails New York Executive Director Robin Dropkin said, “We New Yorkers love the outdoors. What better way to celebrate our love than purchasing lifetime passes to our spectacular parks and abundant wild places and displaying our passion for the outdoors anywhere we go with the new Outdoor Adventure License Plates. Plus, enjoying the outdoors is good for the economy—outdoor recreation contributes more than $11 billion to the state’s economy each year—and good for our health.” Jason Kemper, Chair of the Conservation Fund Advisory Board, said, “Governor Cuomo’s increased support of sportsmen and women activities is greatly appreciated. From streamlining licenses, providing millions to increase access and complete critical repairs on our hatchery system, reducing fees, simplifying licensing documents to today’s new Adventure plates, Governor Cuomo has once again demonstrated his commitment to expanding opportunities for hunting, fishing and trapping across the state. Sportsmen activities infuse billions of dollars each year into our economy and we appreciate the Governor’s ongoing efforts to make New York a premier destination for our industry.” Erik Kulleseid, executive director of the Alliance for New York State Parks, a program of the Open Space Institute, said, “Governor Cuomo continues to demonstrate extraordinary leadership in support of state parks. His recognition of the value of parks as recreational and cultural destinations; unique environmental classrooms; and regional economic drivers is helping to transform and uplift a once beleaguered state park system. The latest example of this commitment are the adventure license plates which offers a new way to promote visitation to parks and other state lands.” Recreational and sporting activities generate significant economic value across New York State. According to the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation, sportsmen and women spent $4.95 billion on hunting and fishing in New York in 2011 and support more than 56,000 jobs across the state. In addition, spending by sportsmen and women in New York generated $623 million in state and local taxes in 2011. The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation maintains and operates 179 state parks and 35 historic sites, which are visited by 60 million people annually. A recent study commissioned by Parks & Trails New York found that New York State Parks generates $1.9 billion in economic activity annually and supports 20,000 jobs. This post has been promoted to an article
  16. I know this is a hunting forum but I'm sure hunters like to fish as well. I may be living in Buffalo and when its not deer hunting time I want to fish! Back home I fish for walleye during the spring river runs. Is there any good walleye or other fish spring runs in the Buffalo/Niagara River area? Heard King Salmon rule the waters around there.
  17. Muthers


    I love me some New York, but just recently took a job down in Georgia. I feel very lucky to have gotten a position in my field of study so soon after finishing school in December. It's hot and muggy down here and I certainly miss the good old Adirondacks where I've spent many days fishing and hiking (and more recently hunting but still haven't taken a deer yet!). That being said, Georgia is treating me well, and the fishing is just as hot as the air. This is my first tarpon, my guess is that it weighed 90 pounds? I weigh about 150 and I am 5'10"ish to give you some scale. If any of ya'll have any experience with tarpon and estimating weight, feel free to chime in! It is still impossible to beat wild strain brookie fishing in the deep woods of New York, in my opinion. Every 8 inch fish is a fish of a lifetime.
  18. I'm soooooooooooo excited!!!!!! The call of the bow might be greater than the call of the boat. Good Luck to all this season.
  19. Last weekend I met up with Fairgame at the Delaware river for some quick fishing. I had the wife and baby back at the cabin, and had some property stuff to get done so I didn't stay long... Didn't catch anything, but had fun, and its just beautiful. Hopefully I can get a nice weekend of fishing one weekend when I don't have other obligations.
  20. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today held a ceremonial ribbon cutting at the Rome Fish Hatchery in Oneida County, hailing the renovation of one of the state's largest and most productive hatcheries. "Our hatcheries serve as facilities for rearing fish, but also as a place for the public to interact with DEC staff and learn more about our diverse natural resources," DEC Commissioner Joe Martens said. "The renovation of the Rome Fish Hatchery provides a state-of-the-art facility and a new visitors' center to help enhance the hatchery's operations as well as the experiences of the many people who come to see our staff and fish each year." Located just north of the city of Rome, the hatchery was built on the old Black River Canal bed and was acquired by the state in 1932. The hatchery was taken down in 2009, and the new building was completed this year. The old building was actually three structures - a hatchery, a refrigerated storage and an additional building added to connect the two, giving the appearance of one large building. Refrigerated storage of feed is no longer needed. The old structure would have cost too much to repair and was not designed to meet modern fish culture needs. The new state-of-the-art, energy-efficient building houses an early fish rearing area “hatch house”, a visitors’ center, offices, a conference room, a workshop and storage areas. In 2008, as part of several measures to improve hatchery operations, DEC enclosed four series of raceways at the Rome hatchery to reduce fish losses from bird predators. The hatchery’s annual production, totaling nearly 160,000 pounds of brook, rainbow and brown trout, will be handily accomplished in the new facilities. One feature of the new Rome Fish Hatchery is a small visitors' center that will provide information about the fish, as well as opportunities to see the various life stages of fish raised at the hatchery. The facility, like other DEC hatcheries across the state, hosts many school groups, community groups and other visitors looking for insight into the biology and logistics of raising fish. The new visitors' center is expected to house an aquarium and educational materials for the public to enjoy. Senator Joseph Griffo said, "The Rome Fish Hatchery is an important part of our State's world class fishing and has been a wonderful place for so many people, especially school children, to learn about the environment and to be introduced to outdoor sports. The renovation project that has been completed will make this local institution accessible to even more people in the years -- and generations -- to come." Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi said, “This new state-of-the-art facility will help the Rome Fish Hatchery improve operations and provide a valuable service not just to the region but to the state. This facility will provide educational opportunities to our children while also helping drive tourism dollars to our state. These are exactly the types of local projects New York should be investing in to get people back to work and keep Mohawk Valley moving in the right direction.” DEC operates 12 hatcheries, each specializing in raising one or more fish species. Every year, the hatcheries release more than one million pounds of fish into more than 1,000 lakes, ponds, streams and rivers across New York. Fish are stocked for two main purposes: to restore native species and to enhance public fishing. The Rome hatchery is one of DEC's largest and supplies fish for more than 350 public waterways in an 11-county area. Hatchery personnel travel to deliver fish to designated stocking sites and play a major role in providing fish for airplane and helicopter travel to stock remote waters. County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr. said, “The Rome Fish Hatchery has long been an important way that the people of Oneida County are able to learn about the environment and the great outdoors. At a time when we need to help our young people learn more about the environment, the new buildings and the new visitor’s center will help schools and families increase their understanding of the importance of protecting the environment, and also introduce them to the sport of fishing. The Adirondacks and the outdoors are large parts of our region’s great quality of life. I want to thank the DEC for this investment in the Rome Fish Hatchery so that more people can experience a blend of education and enjoyment.” Rome Mayor James Brown said, "We are grateful to Governor Cuomo and state representatives today for their efforts and commitment to the Rome Fish Hatchery Project. A special thanks to Commissioner Joe Martens and Regional Director Judy Drabicki for their work and detail in the completion of this project and the significant impact it will have on our City and our region." According to DEC's most recent survey, anglers spent an estimated 18.7 million days fishing New York's freshwaters in 2007. New York's resident and non-resident anglers collectively spent an estimated $331 million at fishing sites, and an estimated $202 million en route to fishing sites. More information about DEC fish hatcheries can be found at the FAQ page and at the fish hatchery main page. DEC’s staff from the Division of Operations in the Design and Construction unit designed the Rome Fish Hatchery and coordinated the project overall. Construction was accomplished through local contractors from Whitesboro, Utica and Oswego. $2.1 million were used to pay for the new facilities, approximately $890,000 was spent from Capital Funds, the remainder was from the 2006 Economic Development Fund allocation for Fish Hatchery Development.
  21. If you hunt for fish in the off-season, check out my reports web site. I update it every week and when any of the contributors fish. http://www.newyorkfishingreport.com P.S. I had my trail camera up for 2 weeks with no pictures. So sad.
  22. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today announced that the recreational scup fishery, originally scheduled to close on September 27 (October 12 for Party/Charter vessels) has been extended for 90 days by emergency regulation. For anglers fishing from shore or on private vessels, the minimum size (10 ½") and bag limit (10 fish) remain unchanged during the extended season. For paying passengers fishing from a party or charter vessel (P/C), the current 40-fish bag limit remains in place only through October 11. Thereafter, the bag limit returns to 10 fish. The 11-inch minimum size for P/C fishermen remains unchanged through the rest of the year. All anglers are reminded that recreational scup fishing in federal waters closed on September 27. Federal waters occupy portions of Block Island Sound, all of the Atlantic Ocean beyond three miles from shore, but not Long Island Sound. Anglers are also reminded to check regulations in neighboring states before fishing there. Both Connecticut and Rhode Island, with whom New York shares the local scup population, have extended their seasons as well. DEC is extending the season based on data that show that the scup stock is rebuilt to very high abundance, and that commercial and recreational harvest on the coast is projected to fall nearly 10 million pounds short of this year’s allowable harvest of these popular food and sport fish. Also, increased access to the robust stocks of scup could redirect fishing effort and reduce the ecological risks faced by the local tautog population which has been declared overfished. DEC filed the emergency regulations with the Secretary of State’s Office on Tuesday, September 27. It will take effective immediately, thus allowing for an uninterrupted continuation of the 2011 New York recreational scup fishery. Marine fishing regulations can be viewed on the DEC website at: http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/7894.html. For additional information about the regulations, contact DEC Marine Resources Division at 631-444-0435. This post has been promoted to an article
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