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December 13, 2012
York State has great variety of big game hunting opportunities.
Along with this are many regulations and occasional changes that
hunters need to be aware of. Hunters can always call their local
environmental conservation police officer with questions or call
into the Watertown Headquarters Office weekdays at (315)
785-2231. Many of the basic questions about big game hunting are
answered on a DEC web page at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/
8305.html called "Deer and Bear Hunting
Over 30 photos yet to be posted. Keep checking the page each
day, all week...
Al DiCesare with a 10-point deer taken Nov. 25 in Brantingham.
Scott Phillips, Dexter, with an 8 pt., 140 lbs, shot in
Rosiere on Dec 7. Killed at 104 yards with a muzzleloader in
"The Salad Bar" food plot.
Dawn Buxton, Turin, shot this big boy a nice 8-pointer on Nov.
14 at the family camp in Highmarket. He was spotted days before
on a field camera set up by a scrap. He will make a great head
Matt Bown, Brownville, shot this 13 point buck in Iowa
while visiting his brother.
Brett Lalonde of Henrietta bagged this 10 point, deep in
the woods, at camp in Fine on Dec. 9.
This handsome 10-point buck was taken by David Rice, Lacona, on
Thanksgiving morning, while at camp with his Dad and son in
Arquitt, Hammond, arrowed this 150 inch, 180 lb, ten point,
on Nov. 12 at uncle Jim's.
Nice 8-point archery buck with 19 inch spread. Harvested in
Pennsylvania by Brian Sheley of Adams Center. Looks like an old
gray one. (Deer also!)
Dalton Hall, Dexter, shot his first buck Dec. 2 in
Harrisburg. It was a 7-point, 135 pounds.
This is a 13-point that was shot Dec. 4 in Iowa by Matt Bown,
Troy Mitteer of Adams with his 8 point buck taken on his in-laws
land in Ellisburg on Dec. 1
Benny Fisher took this 7-point off Miller Road on Nov. 30.
Jamie Bray, Henderson, with
his second grey fox of the season.
Zachary Makuch, Lowville, with an 8-point taken on friends
property in New Bremen on Dec. 2 while hunting with great
friends and a great father.
Burns,15, Dryden, took this big 8-point Dec.1. Not bad for a
Greg Frikken, Carthage, with a deer
taken Nov. 30.
Kyle Matejcik shot this 10-point buck in the town of
Dan Cramer, 14, with a 3-point buck shot on his
grandfather's land in Rutland.
Brad Lillie, Adams, with an 8-point, 180-pound, shot Nov.
29 in the town of Lorraine.
Steve Macduffie shot this 8-point deer on Nov. 20 in
Madyson Bennett, 15,
killed her first buck up to Papa and Nanas farm while hunting
with her favorite hunting buddy! (DAD)
Colton Snyder, 15, took this 5-point in the town of
Brownville using his trusty 30-06 and quick reflexes.
An 8-point taken in Mannsville after the first snowfall.
New Bremen, shot this 10-pointer, 168 lb buck on family property
in the town of New Bremen on Nov. 26.
Kevin Birardi with a
5-point taken on Tug Hill in Martinsburg on Nov. 6. Deer weighed
Matthew Girard, Gouverneur, shot this 10-point on Sunday,
Nov. 25, in Sandy Creek. The deer dressed out at
Al Raso shot this buck on a friend's farm in Indiana on
T.R. Fulkerson shot this 9-point buck in the town of
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