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2017 New York Deer Forecast

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

When it comes to deer hunting in New York things only seem to get better every year. Hunters posted a… more »

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Grouse and Woodcock Hunting In New York

by Al Raychard 0

According to the New York Department of Conservation, sometime between Sept. 2 when the grouse season opens in northern New… more »

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Trout and Steelhead: Fall Fishing in New York

by J. Michael Kelly 0

Trout and Steelhead fishing in New York in the Fall can be fast and furious. Here are some top New… more »

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9 Tips on Bowhunting New York Deer

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

Prepare now to have a great bowhunting season in the Empire State. By Stephen D. Carpenteri Last year some 37,000… more »

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Grouse Hunting: Make It Worth the Walk

by Frank Miniter 0

The classic paintings of gentlemen hunting ruffed grouse are wonderfully nostalgic, but also amusing to anyone who actually hunts grouse…. more »

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Hitchhiking Zebra Mussel Stopped by Maryland Inspection

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

The Maryland wildlife agency said evidence of zebra mussels was found on a ski boat from New York. A voluntary inspection boat… more »

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Go With the (Water) Flow for Summer Walleyes

by Dan Johnson 0

Armed with the right approach, your summer walleye fishing will be great all season. Just check out this expert advice… more »

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Summer Pattern Secrets for Smallmouth Bass

by Dan Johnson 0

What’s more fun than fishing for smallmouth bass? Catching more, bigger smallmouths. By Dan Johnson Pound for pound, smallmouth bass rival the… more »

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A Trout Stream for a Lifetime

by J. Michael Kelly 0

When you have found the river or creek that matches your angling persona, you will know it. If the stream in… more »

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Best Bets for New York Bass in Summer

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

Now’s the time to hit the shoreline for hard-hitting New York bass — both largemouths and smallmouths. By Stephen D…. more »

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