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Eastern Trophy Bucks

Eastern Trophy Bucks

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  The network of Game & Fish Magazine writers fanned out across the region to find the most impressive scored… more »


New York’s 2017 Bear Forecast

by Al Raychard 0

Bears were considered rare not long ago in much of southern New York. Except for the Catskill and Allegeny Mountain… more »

Ortolani Buck NY

2017 New York Trophy Bucks

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

It is no secret that the state of New York produces some of the biggest bucks taken in the Northeast… more »

Georgia bear

Giant Georgia Bear, Deer Breeder Fined $750K, Mutilated Stripers: State Outdoors News

by Scott Bernarde 0

In the field notes: Here’s a roundup of state outdoors news, which includes a story on the huge fine assessed on… more »

state outdoors news

Rabid Deer Attack, Laundry Room Bobcat, CWD: State Outdoors News

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In the field notes: Here’s a roundup of state outdoors news, which includes items on a deer with rabies, a well-meaning… more »

Eastern Deer Forecast Feature

2017 Northeast Deer Forecasts

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If you’re hunting in Pennsylvania, New York or New England, you can find the latest state analysis and where-to-go hotspots… more »

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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 »


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 »


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 »

bowhunting tips

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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