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#1 boosti

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Posted October 13 2017 - 06:08 AM

I always preferred using a tree stand for hunting.
This was built for my cousins kids who always wanted a tree house.
Since the East End is loaded with quality big rack deer. I feel this spot will serve just fine.
The temperatures have dropped and deer are finally going to get in the Pre-Rut phase.

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Posted October 13 2017 - 07:09 AM

Eastern LI-er stoopid question -- as I understand it ( & probably wrong ? ) upstate if it wanders on your land & your not in violation of some law that states you cant make a bang noise 500' ( or whatever feet ) from a road ----- can you bust a cap in its fuzz ass if its on your property -- cant you do that here ?

 

I have heard of potato / sod farmers out by Sound Ave. banging deer any time of the year --



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Posted October 13 2017 - 08:24 AM

Eastern LI-er stoopid question -- as I understand it ( & probably wrong ? ) upstate if it wanders on your land & your not in violation of some law that states you cant make a bang noise 500' ( or whatever feet ) from a road ----- can you bust a cap in its fuzz ass if its on your property -- cant you do that here ?

 

I have heard of potato / sod farmers out by Sound Ave. banging deer any time of the year --

 

A land owner can apply for a nuisance permit - which allows them to take deer (I think any time)


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Posted October 13 2017 - 09:47 AM

A land owner can apply for a nuisance permit - which allows them to take deer (I think any time)

Pretty much. The Town or Village Clerk of where you live will have them.



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Posted October 13 2017 - 10:04 AM

Eastern LI-er stoopid question -- as I understand it ( & probably wrong ? ) upstate if it wanders on your land & your not in violation of some law that states you cant make a bang noise 500' ( or whatever feet ) from a road ----- can you bust a cap in its fuzz ass if its on your property -- cant you do that here ?

 

I have heard of potato / sod farmers out by Sound Ave. banging deer any time of the year --

 

You may shoot, within 500 feet of an occupied dwelling, with the permission of the owner, anywhere, in this state, while hunting, where and when hunting is legal. On LI, our only big game hunting is in Suffolk and that is limited to shotgun, muzzle loader or archery. We do not have rifle or handgun big game hunting, in the county. That looks like a very interesting "tree stand."

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Posted October 13 2017 - 10:11 AM

Eastern LI-er stoopid question -- as I understand it ( & probably wrong ? ) upstate if it wanders on your land & your not in violation of some law that states you cant make a bang noise 500' ( or whatever feet ) from a road ----- can you bust a cap in its fuzz ass if its on your property -- cant you do that here ?
 
I have heard of potato / sod farmers out by Sound Ave. banging deer any time of the year --

Archery only unless you have property that is 10 acres you may hunt deer with a town permit during the January season with a Shotgun or Muzzleloader.
Sound Ave farmers have nuisance hunters. They call the DEC and local police before going out to harvest deer.
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Posted October 13 2017 - 01:15 PM

You can bow hunt as long as you are 100ft from a house , you have the owners permission and the land is not posted.



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Posted October 13 2017 - 04:10 PM

Nice spot, waiting for a shooter buck!

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Posted October 13 2017 - 04:23 PM

You can bow hunt as long as you are 100ft from a house , you have the owners permission and the land is not posted.

Any private property requires written permission when hunting. Posted or not you must have that with you in New York. 150 foot from a no occupied building, dwelling or permission from neighbor to hunt closer than 150'.

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Posted October 14 2017 - 06:55 AM

Just like I do with the unSAFE Act, I would urge hunters and would-be hunters to peruse and become completely knowledgeable regarding the applicable state and local municipality hunting regulations.   the amount of "pull it out of your anus" information on the "interwebz" and yes, even on this esteemed website, just blows one's mind.  Not worth being arrested and having your hunting (or fishing) implements confiscated by the applicable authorities.


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Posted October 14 2017 - 08:54 AM

Just like I do with the unSAFE Act, I would urge hunters and would-be hunters to peruse and become completely knowledgeable regarding the applicable state and local municipality hunting regulations. the amount of "pull it out of your anus" information on the "interwebz" and yes, even on this esteemed website, just blows one's mind. Not worth being arrested and having your hunting (or fishing) implements confiscated by the applicable authorities.

DEC ENCON will lie to you when they come on your property because you are hunting. They need probable cause and if they tell you they received an anonymous compliant, you challenge them by calling the state police to follow up with a legitimate complaint. All complaints, anonymous or not require an officer to draw a complaint number prior to responding. All Police agencies in New York require that once you respond to the property.
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Posted October 28 2017 - 02:27 PM

Follow hunters for deer on facebook.   They have some good arguments & some poor complainers.  



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Posted October 28 2017 - 06:08 PM

My ground blind has been very effective. The bucks have started to chase the doe upstate.

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Posted October 30 2017 - 12:08 PM

Today is windy and cold. I think tomorrow will be better.

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Posted October 30 2017 - 03:33 PM

Any private property requires written permission when hunting. Posted or not you must have that with you in New York. 150 foot from a no occupied building, dwelling or permission from neighbor to hunt closer than 150'.

Oh thought that was 100ft. I hunt private land never repaid muchbanttensoin cause it was my land . But that good to know.



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Posted October 30 2017 - 04:44 PM

Oh thought that was 100ft. I hunt private land never repaid muchbanttensoin cause it was my land . But that good to know.

Encon DEC Police are around and will stop if they see a hunter to check them out on private or public land. Learn the hunting regulations since they will jam you up for any ECL violation.
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