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Make Youth Season Sucessful

Soggy and miserable, first light in the woodlands felt less like light and more like a darkening cavern. Mother Nature drizzled rain down the barrel of...
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Late Season Gobblers

Sweat matted hair and a soaked hat, the silence of the woods only broken by the buzzing of flies signals the frustrations of the...
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Solutions To The NY Doe Problem

If you’re not a solution finder, you are just another chronic complainer. This is the creed we live by at my sales job. Don’t sit there...
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Inner Woods Plots

Leaving the gym, the sky was clouded and misty. The day could have easily been mistaken for the perfect bowhunting afternoon in mid-November, but it...
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Flyfishing For Summer Trout

Our favorite trout fishing hole down in the Southern Tier of New York was once a crystal clear, frigid-flowing body of purity. But the spring...
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Breathing For Bowhunters

This is the time of year when every archer visits their respective archery shop to have their bow tuned up for the season, if...
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Hiding From Geese

Dark undersides to the billowing clouds and a pleasant 65-degree breeze pushed one thought cross my mind: hunting season is here.  With the unofficial...
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Hunting and School Work

With the arrival of fall, some hunters head west. Some hunters stay here in New York to tend to their local whitetails and hunt geese or...
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Thinking About Food

At nights I write and work on chasing the goal of being an outdoor writer like so many I looked up to as a...
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Fuel Up For The Stand

Long sits on stand will become the norm again this deer season. Sitting on stand for periods of time – sometimes in excess of 12 hours...