This past weekend wasn't too bad. We were tucked away inside a cove, so the wind was never an issue, but boy was it COLD. We set the shanty up as our base spot and the drilled several holes outside around the shanty so we could fish them at different times. When we got cold, we went back into the shanty for awhile to drink some coffee (hot coco for the kid) and fish the hole in the shanty. Early morning the fish were on fire. Multiple hits and a few catch and release. We kept some perch and pancake
Bow hunters in the Southern Tier will get the first crack when archery season opens Oct. 17, and they should find a healthy deer herd, according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation. Deer populations should be slightly higher than last year in many wildlife management units, the DEC reports.
"The deer herd came through winter fine. Early winter was pretty tough on them," said Mike Wasilco, DEC regional wildlife manager. "We did a reproductive study, and looked
Ok, people. Here is a little turkey hunting story, a true story of one of my 2001 spring turkey hunts. Itís the middle of March and quite frankly, Iíve got spring birds on my mind. Maybe a little long,(the story) but who else to share it with ,but with RT forum users .
May 2nd,..2001 the second day of the New York spring turkey season. A warm mild morning was welcomed since a month ago there was over 2 feet of snow still on the ground. The birds where gobbling, but not much. After a