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so my question is, is it legal to bow hunt Suffolk County owned property? I'm not referring the designated public lands specified or listed by DEC. I'm just speaking of land in long island that is verified owned by either suffolk county or NY state. thoughts?
 

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so my question is, is it legal to bow hunt Suffolk County owned property? I'm not referring the designated public lands specified or listed by DEC. I'm just speaking of land in long island that is verified owned by either suffolk county or NY state. thoughts?
Suffolk County Parks did have archery hunting available. Certain areas required a permit. Many East End areas have land available to members of Civic associations.
 

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Your Tax dollars at work ...

Suffolk County Parkland KEEP OUT!

New York State Land KEEP OUT!!

These signs Look familiar? F NY!!

" And the sign said anybody caught trespassin' would be shot on sight
So I jumped on the fence and i yelled at the house
"Hey! What gives you the right?"
"To put up a fence to keep me out or to keep mother nature in"
"If God was here he'd tell you to your face, man, you're some kinda sinner"
Sign, sign, everywhere a sign
Blockin' out the scenery, breakin' my mind…"
 

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Generally yes, it's okay to hunt unless otherwise posted or regulated as specific parkland. Most parks, like the links provided, have a provision for it.
 
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