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New 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 8305.html called "Deer and Bear Hunting Regulations".

atrick Zimmer of Plessis shot this beautiful mule deer on Nov. 9 just outside of Belt, Montana. He was a 21" spread  and had 10 points. Big thanks to Wes for the hunt and help dragging this monster out of the coulee.

Lewis Bucy, Lowville, shot his very first buck. He harvested this nice 8 point buck from the honey hole.

Nate Messick, 15, Pamelia, took his very first buck ever, an 8 point on Sunday morning, Dec. 1, with a Winchester .243 WSSM while hunting with his dad and a friend in the Henderson Harbor area.

Mitchell Upton, 15,Carthage, with his first deer.  120 lb. "dry" doe shot at "Deer-camp" in the Southern Tier. She was harvested while sitting with dad in their stand opening day. 

Nancy Snyder, Copenhagen shot this 3 pointer while hunting with guide Jeff Snyder Nov. 30 in Copenhagen.

Nice 8pt with a 17-inch spread 150 pounds shot in Croghan by Travis Marolf. Also in picture is his son, Mason Marolf.

Cole Lyndaker, 16, Croghan, with an 8 point killed with a savage 7mm08 on Nov. 7. 159 pounds

Michelle Heasley
shot this 6-point buck during the first weekend of early muzzle loader with her super .45 caliber muzzle loader in the town of Watertown.

Emily Herman, 21, shot this 7-point Thanksgiving morning in the town of LeRay. This deer made her Dad and Grandpa very proud.

This 10 point was killed in the town of Pitcairn in St. Lawrence county by Clancey O'Donnell. Weighed 170 lbs.

Shot by Kelsey Rogers in Redwood. 

Zack Flynn
from Chaumont with an 8-point shot at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 16.

This beautiful 10-point Adirondack buck was shot by Doug O’Connor, Carthage, on Nov. 29, in South Colton.

Ryan Van Tassel shot this beauty 8-point in the neck 80 yards from his tree stand hunting with is brother Ricki and father Johnny.

Charity Rupert killed this nice 11 point in Pike County Illinois during the first gun season.

Nelson Bourquin shot this nice 8 point at his farm Nov. 23. Dressed out 180 lbs.

Todd O'Brien shot this monster during rifle season.

Nicholas Fuller took this 7 point buck 135 lbs on Dec. 3 in Gouverneur.

Scott Rupert got this nice 10-point in the Castorland swamp. 

Daisy Overton,
Adams, shot this 130-pound spike horn on Nov. 24 in the town of Lorraine. It's her first deer.  

Tammy Rozanski,
Lowville, shot her first deer on Nov. 26 with a rifle, an 8-point with her husband at her side. The deer was shot on her cousin's land. Thank you to him for letting me hunt on his land.

Alex Fuller,
Gouverneur, with his first buck, 8 points 140 lbs.

Aaron Naklick shot this 9-point just outside of Smithville. Aaron was hunting with his cousin Brady McDermott who helped him drag it out over a half mile.

Arletha Moore, Pitcairn, 8 point, shot November 23.

A pair of does shot by Matt Lennox and Earle Widrick November 24th on property owned by Earle's uncle, Neal Tyrrell, in Adams. In Matt's first season of hunting this is his first deer, and Earle's second of the season. As the guys put it:  "Brothers shooting sisters"!

Shane Baxter, 8-pt shot Nov. 21 in the town of Alexandria while hunting with my cousin Don.

Bobby T. Joe Hoover took this old monster just to show his brother Billy up.

19-inch, 8-point taken Nov. 23 at a secret spot on the Tug Hill. Bims and Heather. 





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