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  1. Hey Everyone! I just uploaded a new video to my YouTube channel! If ya'll enjoy watching whitetails in the rut then you need to watch this! One of the coolest encounters that I've ever been able to video! All filmed off the back of my horse. Note: this is not on a deer farm. These are all wild free ranging whitetails! I'd love it if ya'll would give me some follows on my hunting pages! You can follow me on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube at Cross Over the River Outdoors! I hope Ya'll enjoy the video! God Bless!
  2. Cotton-Hanlon, Inc. is a timber management company that owns over 33,000 acres. To help off set our property tax bills we lease the exclusive hunting rights out to groups or individuals. We've been in the leasing business since 1970. Our goal is to find the 'perfect' woodlot for you and your group. Many of our groups have been leasing from us for over 25 years, so as you can see we value building long term relationships. If this is something that interests you please check out our website for further details. The new list of available hunting leases will be published on our website on Fri
  3. Just a quick post to say we have added some new woodlots to the list of available hunting leases. Hunting season isn’t that far away and maybe you haven’t found your perfect spot yet. Well it’s not to late to get your group together and lease some land from Cotton-Hanlon. Here’s a quick summary of the woodlots I just added to the list (all in NY): # 204B Broome Co., Lisle 44.65 ac #448 Cayuga Co., Sempronius 26.1 ac #263 Tioga Co., Barton
  4. It's that time of year again, we will soon be publishing the list of woodlots that will be open for hunting leases. On Wednesday, March 1st at 7:30 AM the list of Cotton-Hanlon woodlots at are open for lease will published on our website https://www.cottonhanlon.com/hunting-leases I'm working on the list right now so it's still a little up in the air but it looks like we'll have woodlots available in the following NY counties: Chemung, Cortland, Oswego, Schuyler, Tioga and Tompkins. These woodlots range in size from 16 acres to over 500 ac. Make sure to mark it on your calendar
  5. Last archery season we tried something different, we hunted on public land for the first time and it paid off. Deer Hunting Video>> https://youtu.be/eceVxmVZ3TM
  6. Its that time of year, turkey season is rapidly approaching and here is a short video clip to help set the mood. Turkey Hunting Video>> https://youtu.be/Q3tZ1dB4pe4
  7. Are you looking for a hunting lease? Somewhere you and your group can 'call your own'? Cotton-Hanlon is going to be publishing the list of available hunting leases on March 1, 2016 at 7:30 AM. We will have leases ranging in size from 20 acres to over 600 acres. Check out our website http://www.cottonhanlon.com/#!hunting-leases/c16gkto see the complete list and details on March 1st. Make sure to check first thing in the morning as they go fast. Bob
  8. If you are looking for a hunting lease you are in luck. Cotton-Hanlon will be posting our list of available woodlots on March 2, 2015 (next Monday) at 7:30 AM. It's first come first served so make sure to check out our website www.cottonhanlon.com that morning. Looks like we are going to have two to three dozen woodlots open for lease on the list this year. All of the parcels will be in NY in the following counties: Chemung, Cortland, Oswego, Schuyler, Steuben, Tioga and Tompkins. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to shoot me an email. [email protected] Bob C
  9. The following map link displays boundaries for the NY Wildlife Management Units. This map will always be up-to-date since the data comes straight from a GIS (Geographical Information System) server operated by the state. You can also turn various other GIS overlay layers on/off and change the stacking order. http://www.mappingsupport.com/p/gmap4.php?ll=42.616023,-76.060753&z=7&t=m,Wildlife_management_unit&q=http://www.propertylinemaps.com/p/public_land_map/state/NY/NY_trail_public_land.txt To display the list of basemaps and GIS overlay layers, click the button (upper right cor
  10. NJ goose hunt - RESERVE NOW!!! Hello goose hunters! SkebaFarms has guided goose hunts available now. We are crop farmers located in central Jersey minutes from exit 8 on the New Jersey Turnpike. Our September hunts are over early sweet corn fields, the only open fields around! You know what this means...15 bird limits! Come hunt with us for an unbelievable goose hunting experience! Call Dan for more info (609) 468-7611 or email [email protected]
  11. Hey everyone... my name is James, new to the site.... Just saying hello and good luck to everyone this season. looking forward to sharing this deer season with all of you. Good luck and shoot straight!
  12. Iowa’s Third Dove Season After Ten Years of this in Iowa: http://youtu.be/G5lJFMe7X0U Dove hunting interest remains high August 25, 2013 Hunter interest remains high heading into Iowa’s third mourning dove season. The 70-day season opens Sept. 1, with birds now pouring into Iowa on their southward migration. The number of hunters should edge upward, too. “I expect a little bump up in hunter numbers again as more of them learn about dove hunting. A few more friends will come along,” said DNR upland research biologist Todd Bogenschutz. Last year, 9,328 dove hunters harvested 94,864 bird
  13. Ohio (Not a Northeastern state, but borders New York) Youth Nonresident license only $10, Youths given priority in Managed Dove Field Controlled hunt lotteries. Nonresident License $125 3 Day Nonresident license $40 Youth Nonresident $10 Where to purchase license or to purchase online or by mail: http://www.ohiodnr.com/wildlife/dow/regulations/vendor.aspx The Ohio Wildlife Council approved the state's 2013-2014 early migratory game bird hunting seasons at its scheduled meeting on Wednesday, July 17, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Sept. 1 kicks off the
  14. Nugent on dove legislation May 2013 http://www.mlive.com/outdoors/index.ssf/2013/05/wolf_hunt_accomplished_ted_nug.html Wolf hunt accomplished, Ted Nugent says Michigan should turn to dove season next Michigan rocker Ted Nugent talks dove hunting Michigan rocker Ted Nugent talks dove hunting. By Cory Olsen | [email protected] MLive.com on May 15, 2013 at 3:45 PM, updated May 15, 2013 at 4:23 PM GRAND RAPIDS, MI — You don't have to wait long to hear an opinion about wildlife management when talking to Michigan native rocker Ted Nugent. When asked recently about the newly approv
  15. NY has used a strategy for several years which purportedly will sustain conservation funding, however this locks up large amounts of money and does not seem to be necessary in the first place. Time is of the essence characterizes conservation. There is no time to play politics or investment banking with conservation funds. Investment in conservation pays, it does not cost... One example is open land returns a yield of five dollars on one dollar invested. Policy makers instead decided to invest a portion of sporting license revenues not in conservation, but in the state short term investment
  16. A bill that would have made animal cruelty a felony in South Dakota has been rejected by the state Senate Ag committee. A report in the Examiner dot com says Ag groups lobbied heavily against Senate Bill 171, saying current animal abuse and cruelty statutes in South Dakota are working. The bill excluded farming and ranching practices but ag groups were heavily against the measure because it was supported by the Humane Society of the United States. The North Dakota state Senate passed a felony animal cruelty and abuse bill last week. North and South Dakota are the two states in the nation wit
  17. The New head of the DOI President Obama on Wednesday will nominate Recreational Equipment (REI) chief executive Sally Jewell to head the Interior Department, according to a White House official who asked not to be identified because the public announcement has not yet been made. The choice of Jewell, who began her career as an engineer for Mobil Oil and worked as a commercial banker before heading a nearly $2 billion outdoors equipment company, represents an unconventional choice for a post usually reserved for career politicians from the West. But while she boasts less public policy experi
  18. It's almost end of season and my husband only got ONE deer this year and he's only got a buck tag left. I think it's so dumb how all these people are posting pics of dead deer after dead deer on facebook—they can't possibly have tags for all those!!! Sometimes playing by the rules doesn't seem fair. Hunting licenses cost so much, you have to tag your deer, you can't hunt after dark, can't use decoys, and on and on. Do you play by the rules ALL the time? Should we pick and choose which laws to actually abide by? Ever gotten caught? You know, of course, the second my husband takes the chance and
  19. Hey everyone, The year is almost at its end! Good news is its hunting season and plus we can set some new goals for next! Anyways saw the thread and wanted to come in and say hello! Best of luck to everyone this season....
  20. Share Your Hunting Stories: New Film Project This is a call for hunters interested in sharing their hunting stories with Australian video artist Alex Kershaw who is currently on residency in Brooklyn, NY at The International Studio & Curatorial Program. He is simply looking for an informal chat with hunters of all ages and experience levels and to potentially involve them in a final film, which would be the result of this research. You can view examples of Alex's past work here: AlexKershaw.com.au For more information, please feel free to call or email: Chris, production assistant 84
  21. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today announced that approximately 30,000 adult pheasants will be released on lands open to public hunting for the upcoming Fall pheasant hunting season. The pheasant hunting season begins on October 1 in northern and eastern portions of New York, October 15 in central and western portions of New York, and November 1 on Long Island. For the fifth consecutive year, junior hunters (12-15 years old) have the opportunity to hunt pheasants the weekend prior to the opening of regular pheasant hunting season. In northern and easter
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