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My buddy Tom was luck to get his first buck this year and it is his first year hunting for deer!  Congratulations Tom, hope this is first of many!!!

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This is my other buddy Diallo he is on his second year of hunting and is on his 4th deer of the year!!!  This was his first buck of the year and second buck from LI.  Congratulations Diallo, hope your success continues though the season!

 

 

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Congrats! ALways fun when a buddy punches a tag. I honestly get as much enjoyment out of it as when I do the same.

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Private land I believe.  He is a big guy so he makes it look small, lol.  He is a beauty of a LI buck that's for sure!

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Congratulations Diallo.

 

You are setting the bar high for the rest of us.

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Got to love New Yorkers shooting those small deer

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Yea cause you have never shot one yourself...........

Deer hunting certainly is not all about size , I have shot many nice large bucks over the years and many small ones and I have fond, and sometimes better memories from the smaller bucks ...

I haven't tried to cook the horns yet but maybe you could shed some light on how the big horns taste over the little ones ....

Congratulations on your friends bucks and thanks for sharing the pics , I enjoyed looking...

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Both of these hunters are relatively new to hunting and are trying to help with population control at the same time.  Size is irrelevant.  But I guess I should scold them and tell them they suck!  Right, WHAT are you doing shooting that?  Perfect encouragement.  LOL

 

They are meat eating population control hunters.  I salute the effort they put into shooting and congratulate their success and hope they continue.  You apparently have no clue about hunting on LI and the population issues and snipers they want to enlist to cull the population Huntings In My DNA.   

 

I am a trophy hunter but I don't look down upon any hunter, we all hunt regardless of how or why, you should be a little more tolerant of others and enjoy in their success regardless if its a doe, spike or monster buck we all get the rush! 

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I could have passed up on the small buck one hour before sunset, but If I did, I would not have yet experienced:

Taking game of any kind;

Following a blood trail;

Dragging a deer out of a marsh;

Gutting a deer;

Dragging a deer back to my car;

Getting a deer butchered;

Vacuum packing 50 lbs of deer meat;

Cooking venison meals;

Preparing the antlers and partial skull for mounting.

You see, I did not grow up in a hunting family and am learning all of this for the first time at middle age.

Had this deer been a doe or a buck with a monster rack, I would not have learned any more or less than I did.

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If hunting was really in your DNA you would realize that every hunter has different goals & different ways to hunt. I personally have been hunting for 28 years to this day I could give a rats A@@ about antlers or a 200# deer. the first legal deer I get a clean shot on will & does go down. As I have stated so many times before I am just as excited when I get a 100# doe or a 180# buck & when that feeling stops I will hang up the Bow & rifles!

NFA-ADK make sure they know it doesn't matter what anyone thinks every deer kill is a Trophy & they should be proud CONGRATULATIONS to both of them

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If hunting was really in your DNA you would realize that every hunter has different goals & different ways to hunt. I personally have been hunting for 28 years to this day I could give a rats A@@ about antlers or a 200# deer. the first legal deer I get a clean shot on will & does go down. As I have stated so many times before I am just as excited when I get a 100# doe or a 180# buck & when that feeling stops I will hang up the Bow & rifles!

NFA-ADK make sure they know it doesn't matter what anyone thinks every deer kill is a Trophy & they should be proud CONGRATULATIONS to both of them

 

2X 

 

Congrats to both of them.  Keep it up, it really gets into your blood.  Enjoy every minute of it.

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Lucky for me they are both adults and are smart enough to know what is right and wrong.  Now I just need to get Hector into a deer! 

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Got to love New Yorkers shooting those small deer

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sounds like there's a lot more than just hunting in your DNA, maybe an extra chromosome too?

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Got to love New Yorkers shooting those small deer

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These deer were shot in suffolk county Long Island. Last year we weighed in a doe at 58lbs. DEC did the aging at the Ridge station and told us it was a 1.5 year old doe. 

My brother shot a 7.5 year old doe that was 90 lbs. They aren't the biggest deer in NY but taste just as good.


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Thank you to all those that offered their congratulations.


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Ban Jeeps and Hummers, nobody needs a military style vehicle.

Memberships: National Rifle Association, Second Amendment Foundation, Veterans of America Gun Club, Suffolk Archers

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