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4 minutes ago, dbHunterNY said:

that'd be interesting numbers to see. hunting out in WNY vs here i don't notice any difference. seems like there's plenty hunters per sq mile out here in the east too. it is what it is. i took my doe in a brown it's down war zone as to save opportunity on the farm for others. we only take so many doe otherwise we wouldn't see anything. 

Yea, the public lands gets pummeled by us. It's not uncommon to have 10 cars parked during gun season on 100 acres of stateland hunting. I remember hunting PA stateland 300,000 acres and not seeing another person for 5 straight days.

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1 hour ago, Fletch said:

Is this live from the blind or dipshits from the desk thread?

 

 

 

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Not exactly "Live", as I haven't used my phone/Tapa talk to log into any site since last April.

Let an OK 6 pass this morning. I can't burn my bow tag down here, I need it next week up north.

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3 minutes ago, Robhuntandfish said:

im gonna try to save this thread in about an hour!  :superblue:

 

Please do.  It seems like there is way too much talking this year and not nearly enough killing!  :)

 

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1 minute ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

Yea, the public lands gets pummeled by us. It's not uncommon to have 10 cars parked during gun season on 100 acres of stateland hunting. I remember hunting PA stateland 300,000 acres and not seeing another person for 5 straight days.

private land isn't much different in places. we've got neighbors stands we see close to borders. last buck i took it almost in the barnyard as i actually left that side of a 330+ acre farm because every direction i saw orange. lol


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I think i might have to go test sit the stand i moved last week. Like @Robhuntandfish trying to save this thread. If a nice does comes to the hay field early she is getting it. My new to me bow needs to be broken in,just shooting targets does not satisfy it.

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Yea, the public lands gets pummeled by us. It's not uncommon to have 10 cars parked during gun season on 100 acres of stateland hunting. I remember hunting PA stateland 300,000 acres and not seeing another person for 5 straight days.

It used to be like that here. I don’t know what changed but it’s been a good five years or so since I’ve seen crowded state lands on opening day. That land across from the chalet for example, the parking lot would be full. Past few years there’s been one maybe two vehicles


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2 minutes ago, The_Real_TCIII said:


It used to be like that here. I don’t know what changed but it’s been a good five years or so since I’ve seen crowded state lands on opening day. That land across from the chalet for example, the parking lot would be full. Past few years there’s been one maybe two vehicles


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I think in all of NY the younger generation isn't hunting as much as the older generation, so as the old guys die or can't hunt anymore they aren't being replaced evenly with younger guys. Although because of social media and organic trends and farm to table, it seems hunting is more "mainstream" and acceptable than ever before. 8 years ago in nyc people were disgusted when i said i hunted. now it's more of "can i have some meat to try?"

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10 minutes ago, moog5050 said:

Ok.  Actually checking in live from the woods

Wow to hot in Canandaigua, we just shot  on my range , sweating in a T shirt . She did shoot red dot on rifle just fine though .

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Wow to hot in Canandaigua, we just shot  on my range , sweating in a T shirt . She did shoot red dot on rifle just fine though .
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A redhead?!

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Kids are always changing colors, our other one a CPA for one of the big four ,sometimes dies hers purple in the back .

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Kids are always changing colors, our other one a CPA for one of the big four ,sometimes dies hers purple in the back .
Oh how times have changed in the business world. Gone are the days of normal hair colors. Not necessarily a bad thing, just a thing is all. I kinda dig wild looking hair. It makes for a nice contrast to my straight laced very conservative stylings

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15 minutes ago, moog5050 said:

First deer.  Looks like a doe fawn at 60 or so.  

well within your wheel house for either trad bow or compound. send it. ahaha

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1 hour ago, grampy said:

Took a break from the woods, to meet up with UpStateRedNeck for coffee and a snack yesterday. In East Berne.

We talked hunting and outdoors stuff for quite awhile. A very knowledgeable, and good guy! I look forward to our next meet up Paul!20191014_123000.thumb.jpg.5ae12e2e248ae7798a0cbe79e009871e.jpg

It was great meeting you too Dave!  You're 4x the hunter I am or am ever likely to be.  I probably won't be getting out again until the 27th or so.  But after that it's going to be go time!

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'08 Bowtech Commander

GoldTip Hunter Expedition's w/ Rage 2 Blades

Remington 700 .308

Mossberg 500 Pump

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9 minutes ago, dbHunterNY said:

well within your wheel house for either trad bow or compound. send it. ahaha

She came inside 30.   But she needs a few years.  

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Ever notice how you can get excited when watching a little one and they perk up like they see others coming.  Lol

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24 minutes ago, Nomad said:

Wow to hot in Canandaigua, we just shot  on my range , sweating in a T shirt . She did shoot red dot on rifle just fine though .

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any bucks chasing her?

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4 minutes ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

any bucks chasing her?

only the immature ones i'd imagine. not that time yet. lol


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Year in a blind.  Still edible? Or will they taste like Tacks imitation crab.  
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Hey!


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