I grew up in the Southern Tier of NY. 30 min South of Watkins Glen. Moved to Boston for 10 years, moved back.A story?
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You should Def come down. Come down and hunt in Robert Treman and Buttermilk Falls State Parks. Both parks are bow only. They are both in a Deer Management Focus area due to population. I hunt in the parks. There is never a day I don't see a deer. The farm I hunt gun season is right down the road. I saw 6 this morning. The parks are easy to get too and easy to set up sticks and a saddle. You can apply and get free extra permits that allow you to take up to two does per day. The parks also have a special season during the month of Jan. You cna even camp in the park. The middle of Oct the leaves change it an unbelievable time to be in the woods.@Keenan1561 my grandfather and uncle had a hunting club in Monterey, NY about 45 mins west of Watkins glen. They just had to sell it after 30 + years because of the ever rising property taxes. I never got to hunt up there because I wasn’t into hunting growing up. We’d always visit in the summers and ride four wheelers and fish in the ponds. It was great time and I hate I missed it. I may plan a trip to come up and bow hunt some of the forest land some day.
Congrats on the gobbler!
The weather has been horrible here too. This weekend is the first time it's really going to get warm and sunny. I can't believe it snowed last weekend. The farm on hunt on had snow earlier this week. All the produce farms have had to cover crops. At my farm they're starting to plant today. They've had to transfer seedings to 5 gallon buckets, keep the green house heated, etc.Hey keenan ive got a camp in stueben county 15 miles outside of Bath . I’ll be up turkey huntin this wk end. And i got one today a jake but its been a tough yr here in ma. Freezing cold with lots of wind. But todsy we having thanksgiving dinna a bit ealry