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4 hours ago, Hock3y24 said:

I honestly can’t believe they are letting me in the first place lol. In response to upstateredneck.

I’d sell my children for 1/3 your access

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3 hours ago, OtiscoPaul said:

I’d sell my children for 1/3 your access

Gotta keep asking, I’ve been turned down hundreds of times!.

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Christmas break starts for me! Off I head to my tree! Maybe a lady will swing on by; and end up in a shepherds pie!
3S- warm and breezy- hoping for the rain to hold until after magic hour as predicted- aka I expect to be soaked!


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36 minutes ago, crappyice said:

Christmas break starts for me! Off I head to my tree! Maybe a lady will swing on by; and end up in a shepherds pie!
3S- warm and breezy- hoping for the rain to hold until after magic hour as predicted- aka I expect to be soaked!


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thank God!!!!!!!!!     need something other than Biz dressed as an indian and people arguing about Merry Christmas!!!!!   thank you , thank you thank you 

and good luck!  keeping the thread/dream alive! 

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Not fair!! You can’t change the rain percentage to reflect the weather that is actually happening- defeats the purpose of a prediction! From 0% to 60% in the time I’ve been up a tree. Fargin ice-holes! Still 55 degrees though which is too weird!

Bumped a funky spike from where I park - slowly walked off to hopefully move some ladies around. I’m wet already so may as well hold down the fort until dark (or pneumonia) sets in.


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Let’s see how many crows I can miss13ff916c05c3fbe8c9704360c28bfcf5.jpg&key=eec551e1cf9f737ddd26d6173193503ea22f1629cbbe6dd49408e6dfbf8d01effc798bfc019a318a8d3195a6b9fa52e4.jpg&key=8bc48699bbb896ee7534338f425c528e6d1d3dbb5d8ca3c267f919c3a1ee4541


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Probably all of them

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13 minutes ago, The Jerkman said:

Probably all of them

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Didn’t miss a one.  But ... not one came in either.  They went nocturnal 

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Didn’t miss a one.  But ... not one came in either.  They went nocturnal 
Hahahaha skunked

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Came in from my last day on tuesday,.. Trying to fill my doe tag.... Nothing...


Until i almost ran over 3 of the 6 deer as i pulled into my driveway....

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Didn’t miss a one.  But ... not one came in either.  They went nocturnal 

Ate crow either way


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On 12/18/2018 at 9:59 PM, Biz-R-OWorld said:

This thread is far from over. Jerkman, Crappy, and several others can hunt Westchester till 12/31. All the Long Island guys got till end of January. More bucks to be had still.


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Anyone out this morning?

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Live from a Bronx basketball gym for 10 game...then live from Full Moon (best pizza by far) on Arthur ave. Should be treed by 2:00


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Strong winds seem to push the family of does to the beds closest to my parking spot. Drew back on one - a “chef special” and decided to let her go play with the others. Small parcel hunting does not allow for multiple access points unfortunately. I’ve seen them loop back around so that’s what I’m hoping for ....up a tree 43 degrees whipping winds in 3s

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Quite the run...or motorcross is looking to use this patch for a race!




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Well that’s all folks! May be my last sit due to family plans ...may sneak out on the 30/31 if we are back from Boston area.


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I went to dep property in Westchester... had a wardrobe malfunction while pulling my bag up, my over pants fell off the bag.  I saw a hunter leaving the area at 3:45 and thought I would ask him to attach the pants to my pull up rope but he didnt come close enough for me to ask.  Then more hunters showed up at 4:15 (!).  Didnt see deer, just a lot of people.  

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Out for the first serious crow hunt of the season. I don’t know if it’s a good sign or bad but I think it’s the first time we have ever gotten setup without crows coming in on us.


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4 minutes ago, Buckmaster7600 said:

Out for the first serious crow hunt of the season. I don’t know if it’s a good sign or bad but I think it’s the first time we have ever gotten setup without crows coming in on us.


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Still dark ?! 

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21 hours ago, Robhuntandfish said:

Was gonna shed hunt this morn for the ones my muzzleloader buck lost.  40 mph winds scared me off til tomorrow

I went along select areas Thursday, occasional kneeling down looking under the thickets. Good luck on finding yours, and please keep us posted.

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11 hours ago, Urbancowboy said:

I went to dep property in Westchester... had a wardrobe malfunction while pulling my bag up, my over pants fell off the bag.  I saw a hunter leaving the area at 3:45 and thought I would ask him to attach the pants to my pull up rope but he didnt come close enough for me to ask.  Then more hunters showed up at 4:15 (!).  Didnt see deer, just a lot of people.  

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I don't know Weschester. Is this a closed off park or something?

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12 hours ago, Urbancowboy said:

I went to dep property in Westchester... had a wardrobe malfunction while pulling my bag up, my over pants fell off the bag.  I saw a hunter leaving the area at 3:45 and thought I would ask him to attach the pants to my pull up rope but he didnt come close enough for me to ask.  Then more hunters showed up at 4:15 (!).  Didnt see deer, just a lot of people.  

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Look at the bright side.... At least you weren't in them laying down there.


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30 minutes ago, landtracdeerhunter said:

I went along select areas Thursday, occasional kneeling down looking under the thickets. Good luck on finding yours, and please keep us posted.

He was bedding 5 ft from a cornfield so gonna try going up and down rows to look for them

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