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Hunting from a blind in LI

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#1 hotglock

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Posted October 12 2016 - 08:56 AM

Can you set up a blind and hunt out of on Long Island?

I want set up a store bought blind in the a.m and sit it in then remove it when I leave the woods. I no Long Island has some strict rules just want to make sure it's legal.

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#2 Parashooter

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Posted October 12 2016 - 10:28 AM

Can you set up a blind and hunt out of on Long Island?

I want set up a store bought blind in the a.m and sit it in then remove it when I leave the woods. I no Long Island has some strict rules just want to make sure it's legal.


Pretty sure it's legal... and I think PapaBear does it this way....
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Posted October 12 2016 - 11:24 AM

For waterfowl..def. Says so on DEC site and I've seen it done. For other you'd have to check restrictions. Remember local ordinances apply as well so not sure about leaving it there (unless it's private land and you have landowner permission). They have assigned blinds in places like Cedar Point for waterfowl. I believe in freshwater you have to take down your blind (or when season ends) and have your name on it per DEC.

http://www.dec.ny.go...tdoor/8373.html
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#4 hotglock

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Posted October 12 2016 - 06:53 PM

THis. Blind would be for deer in like otis/ Ridge

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Posted October 12 2016 - 06:57 PM

This is my duck Blind : )

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#6 hotglock

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Posted October 12 2016 - 07:06 PM

Sorry i don't know what happened to the top name
It should be

" hunting from a blind on LI "

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Posted October 12 2016 - 10:24 PM

Sorry i don't know what happened to the top name
It should be

" hunting from a blind on LI "

Ok I'll see if I can fix that for you .

But I do believe there is no restrictions for hunting out of a blind on Long Island.

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Posted October 13 2016 - 07:49 AM

You can hunt deer from a blind no problem...I would not leave it in the woods, as it will likely be stolen before you return for your next hunt.....

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Posted October 13 2016 - 11:16 AM

You can hunt deer from a blind no problem...I would not leave it in the woods, as it will likely be stolen before you return for your next hunt.....


yep, there is always at least one a-hole out there

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Posted October 21 2016 - 02:27 PM

Yes you can hunt from a ground blind I do it all the time. you can make one out of logs you find and leve a it standing til the end of the season .Or you can bring in a blind and remove it at the end of the day

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Posted October 21 2016 - 05:58 PM

You can hunt deer from a blind no problem...I would not leave it in the woods, as it will likely be stolen before you return for your next hunt.....

yep, there is always at least one a-hole out there


a-hole? could be Encon officers too... pretty sure the rules say you can't leave your blind/stand behind.... but yeah, there's lots of those a-holes too...
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Posted October 21 2016 - 09:04 PM

Sounds dangerous.

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Posted October 22 2016 - 07:09 AM

a-hole? could be Encon officers too... pretty sure the rules say you can't leave your blind/stand behind.... but yeah, there's lots of those a-holes too...

DEC and Encon do remove any type of stand they find. On private land trespassing locals will steal trail cameras and stands.

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Posted October 24 2016 - 08:58 PM

DEC and Encon do remove any type of stand they find. On private land trespassing locals will steal trail cameras and stands.



yeah dat





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