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Hey guys.  I'm a 7th season mostly bow hunter, born and raised in central NY but I live in the capital region now for work.  I hunt a few times a year with hometown buddies over in 6K but do most of my hunting in Wilcox Lake Wild Forest.  Call me a masochist, I like the challenge that Adirondack hunting represents and I enjoy being in the woods.

 

I've killed six deer in my time so far but never one up in the Adirondacks.  That's my personal goal right now; to kill a deer of any sex, any age, using any weapon in any season, up inside the blue line in true Adirondack fashion.  Provided it's a legal combination of those factors, of course.

 

I look forward to meeting other NY hunters.  Cheers.

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Welcome in!  Hope to see pics of your Dacks deer down!  

I passed on a 3 point last year the one day i hunted in the Dacks.  In hindsight i should have shot it.  Any buck from the Dacks is a trophy and it was such a nice day of still hunting.  Well maybe this year he will be a bit bigger!  I plan on being up there for at least one day again this season.  

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2 hours ago, Culvercreek hunt club said:

Welcome. Tough hunting up there. Where abouts from Central NY are you from. I grew up in Herkimer

Hey Culver I grew up in Camden.  I used to spend some time in the Herkimer area.  One of my aunts is from there.  Nice quiet town like Camden. 

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Welcome!  I hunted a little bit last fall in the ADK and cant wait to go back this fall.  Never saw a deer, but, I know there are a few around.

Good luck to you this season, and remember, we like pictures! 

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Welcome aboard here!

Please check out the forum section here on backwoods hunting, there is a group of us that hunt the remote Adirondacks and info is shared.

There is a learning curve for North and one needs a willingness to put in the miles.

Best of luck this fall and get out there after them and enjoy a nice day in the woods remote from the world.....

  

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Just a Tip about this site .... when your done reading any of the Forums and are going to log out just below the " search " box you will see " Mark Site Read " ....  click on that then log off . The next time you logon anything that is BOLD is new to you !   Or Not !  LOL

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