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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
Paige Leroux, Cramberry Lake, shot this 8 point buck weighing
150-pounds while hunting in Newton Falls on youth weekend. "This is the
first buck I have ever shot."
Nicole O'Connor, 14, Lowville, with her first deer during youth
weekend at the flats of Herkimer County.
Desiree Russell, Lowville went hunting on Oct. 22 with her husband Marc,
in the town of Watson and harvested this beautiful piebald spike buck with a
Eliza Branagan, 18, Croghan, took her first deer while muzzleloading on
Oct. 23 in Croghan.
A nice little buck shot by Ray Burdick on family land in the town of
Meryl Passage, Carthage, 7-point, 197-pounds.
Max Egan, 17, Lowville, shot his first ever buck muzzle
loading, with his Dad, in Martinsburg.
Nicholas Allen, 16, Clayton, shot his first deer of the
season on Oct.18 in the town of Cape Vincent.
Laurlyn Bush from Pennellville, harvested this 7
Point/150 lbs Northern Tier Buck Opening Day of the Muzzle
loading season. Shot with a custom L. Romano Rifle Co. 45
cal. patched round ball rifle on Oct. 18 at 5:20 p.m.
in St. Lawrence County.
James Scott Jr. shot this 4 pt with a Matthews crossbow
on Oct. 17 behind his residence in Deer River.
Brenda Cobb-Brucker, formerly from Lowville, now residing
in Holland Patent, NY. I shot my doe in Oneida
County in the town of Marcy on Oct. 16 with my PSE DNAsp.
Elly Gamble, 12, shot this deer in Owen County, Ky.,
while hunting with her dad during the youth firearms season.
Elly made a 150-yard shot with her 243 youth rifle.
Jamie Bray, Sackets Harbor, with first called coyote of
the season, taken in Ellisburg at the honey hole on Oct. 17.
Fone, 14 of Mannsville, harvested her first deer on family
land in Burrville on Oct. 12. She was accompanied by her
grandfather, Lynn Truesdell when she made a textbook shot to
take her 115 lb doe.
Kiley Perkins, 14, Adams, shot her first deer weighing in
at 115 lbs, on her first hunting trip ever, with her Grandfather
Paul Shelmidine on Oct. 12 in the town of Lorraine.
Ackley, 14, shot his first buck a 6 point during the youth
season on Oct. 11 in the town of Rodman.
Brandon Bancroft with his first deer, taken with a Matthew Craze bow on
Oct. 1 at town of Watertown.
Dawson Stuckey got his first deer on Oct. 11 while
hunting with his uncle Tim Monica during the youth weekend
Owen McGuire, 14, with his first deer. Owen shot this during the youth
season while hunting with his father Charlie McGuire in Adams on Oct. 12.
John H. Long, 14, Chaumont, with his first deer. The large doe was
harvested on Saturday, Oct. 11, in the town of Brownville during the 2014 Youth
Firearms Deer Hunt. The special hunt continues through sunset Monday and is
part of the NYS DEC Junior Hunter Mentoring Program.
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