Email that came last night from our friend and staunch promoter of dove hunting in New York State, Mike Rossi:
"On January 3rd Senator O'Mara introduced a Senate version of the dove bill, S07202. It was also co-sponsored by Senator Seward and Senator Ranzenhofer.
In the next week or two be sure to call Governor Cuomo's office and ask him to take executive action on this bill during this year's budget.
If the governor does not take executive action then it's going to be very important for the next 6 months, up until early June, if necessary, that everybody calls every member of the legislature multiple times. We basically have until June to get this done.
I asked that Fred Neff verifies this, but I'm pretty sure that this is the first time in New York's history that there was a dove Bill sponsored in both Chambers? "
How about this, all you bird dog owners here in NY just might get a dove hunting season yet. I'll have to rethink my position on getting another lab if this happens!! (it'll be a yellow though as I think they can take the heat better than a black!)
Hey guys, I’m brand new to the forum and I like it already. Good to read updates on all the topics!
I have decided to leave the processor I have worked for within the past 9 years and go on my own. I found out quickly that it takes time to find customers. Well, I’m putting it out there for anyone around the Syracuse area that wants a clean friendly, fast turnaround for deer processing can contact me.
I have a large walk in cooler to store up to 20 deer and new equipment. I make sausage and vacuum seal everything with a commercial unit. Cube steaks year round and anything else custom. Basic cut is $85. EVERY DEER IS DONE INDIVIDUALLY AND YOU GET YOUR DEER BACK!
Any help would be appreciated. Hopefully I can get the word out enough to keep me busy. As of now I have one deer to process and it will be done tonight. Your deer will not lay on the floor in a pile!
Thanks guys. Good luck hunting to all!! My email is [email protected] thanks!!
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
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]
We are looking to interview two hunters for and episode of the podcast The Adventures of Memento Mori that explores the topic of death. The tone and purpose of the show is to normalize the conversation, to address the fear, to recognize that it happens to us all, to share stories and hopefully become a tad more enlightened while having a bit of fun along the way.
In this episode we explore the relationship (or lack there of) between eating meat and recognizing that an animal was killed to get it. Also interviewed in this episode is a hipster taxidermist, a farm to table chef, an ethical slaughter organization and hopefully:
1) a hunter who hunts exclusively for the purpose of food.
2) a hunter who hunts primarily for sport.
This can be a heated conversation, but one worth having. And one worth hearing all sides. We have no set agenda and gladly welcome all opinions.
I was born in Idaho. My family is made up of hunters and I grew up with it. My Dad was actually a butcher and although he didn't really hunt deer he would always be dragged along to dress the animal in field. I fish but don't hunt. I spent five years in the USMC. I don't believe in hunting for sport. I would, however, only eat meat from an animal that I took.
If you're up for good conversation and would like to be a guest on the show we'd love to hear from you. We are looking to record in the next week and it would be even icing on the cake if I could accompany you on a hunt.
Interested? Please send an email to DS Moss at [email protected] Write "Hunter" in the subject line and include a couple sentences about yourself and if you are either 1) a hunter who hunts exclusively for the purpose of food. or 2) a hunter who hunts primarily for sport.
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