Hey Everyone! This is Louis Backlas/ Cross Over the River Outdoors. I just posted a new video to my YouTube channel that I though ya'll might get a kick out of! Have you ever used a decoy to hunt whitetails? If you haven't before you might want to start! I woke up one morning and look out my front window only to find that my 3D deer target was in pieces all over the front lawn! A fired up buck decided to take his frustrations out on the target! this took place sometime in November during the peek of the rut. Hope ya'll get a kick out of it!
Follow along on my adventures on my pages! You can find Cross Over the River Outdoors on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook! God Bless!
By C-H Brad
We've got some great hunting leases here in New York that you can pick up immediately. The snow is melting fast and turkey season is just around the corner so get your group together and lease your very own hunting ground.
The complete list of available woodlots can be found on our website www.cottonhanlon.com
Here's a just a few examples from the list:
C-H # 323, Chemung Co., Town of Erin, 205 acres C-H # 033,417e&w, Chemung Co., Town of Van Etten, 512 acres C-H # 048,135, Schuyler Co., Town of Cayuta, 150 acres C-H # 389,453, Tioga Co., Town of Berkshire, 42 acres So no matter if you group is big or small we have just the right size woodlot for your group. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to email me at [email protected]
By C-H Brad
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]
So here's my story. This is my second season hunting. I hunt on about 75-100 acres of private land with 3 other hunters. The owner of the land is retired and keeps daily notes on hunting times, amount of deer, turkey, etc seen (and has been for like 20 years). 2 years ago, by the end of early bow season had counted some 400 deer. Last year was thought to be the worst season he has ever seen with only seeing about 200 deer and about 300 turkey before gun season. But this year it is even worse. Zero turkey and only 48 deer have been seen. Last year there was mostly nocturnal movement. This year we arent even seeing any signs inculding tracks and nothing on our trailcams. They arent using trails they have been using for 20+ years. We thought maybe a lot of coyotes have moved in but we havent even seen/heard them either.
As far as landscape and terrain. Nothing has changed. To make them alter their patterns from previous years.
SO, my questions are:
1. Where are all the deer?!
2. Any ideas whats going on?
3. Are other hunters having the same problem?
Looking for a candidate in Wildlife Removal for the queens area in New York, As a wildlife removal tech we remove animals such as bat, snake, squirrel, raccoon and ect. Must be willing to be lisenced in Animal Damage Control. Must have truck or van, ladders, traps, and equipment. Experienced trappers, ex military and retired law enforcement do well in this setting.
Call 304-395-1400 ask for Jim for more details.
Or visit us at www.thewildlifeprofessionals.com/ or apestremoval.com/
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