If you're looking to get in some hunting in NJ, LandTrust (Airbnb for hunting/fishing trips) has a bunch of gorgeous farms you can book hunts on. You can see the listings here: http://bit.ly/NJlistings
Hunts are available for this weekend and the properties are all roughly ~1hr drive from NYC.
Hey Turkey hunters! Check out my latest video on YouTube! This is a Pennsylvania turkey hunt from last spring! The opening morning of the PA season. This long beard strutted right in to the decoy and was only 10 yards away when I shot him! Please subscribe to my YouTube channel Cross Over the River Outdoors to stay updated with my hunting adventures and new videos! Post and share as well! Enjoy the hunt guys and gals!
By mike rossi
Two videos side by side to compare hunting pheasant and grouse. A third video to be added to this page in the near future. The next time someone says pheasant are helpless and all that, refer them to this.
Hi: I live in the Adirondacks in the village of Bloomingdale, located in Essex County. I have been hunting for over 40 years, am a very active 65, married since 1972, retired from the Air Force and love to hunt. I am a certified New York State Hunter Educator and would like to meet a similar experienced hunter with whom I can partner with.
Usually you don't see this type of topic, but, hey, it does not mean it will not work. Just maybe there is someone out there with a similar need. Here are some of my preferences: I prefer tracking deer, but on occasion will sit early and late in the day. If you followed Larry Benoit and his sons, that is how I like to hunt. I really enjoy the hunt, the shot is secondary. I like hunting small game as rabbits, grouse, and pheasant. I used to have a Brittany that was an excellent dog, but now I have no dogs. I respect all game laws and will hunt all day in areas far off the beaten path. Shooting a deer is not the most important result in my hunts, the enjoyment and quality of the hunt is what matters to me. Why am I looking for a partner? Going alone can be dangerous especially if you get hurt or need help. Then there is always the work after getting a deer. Two people make the job so much easier. I would prefer someone that has a similar past history and lives no more than a 60 mile radius from me. If most of my preferences interest you, send me a message. Thanks for reading and if you have any questions, just send them. You never know.
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