Summer’s Coming: First, congrats to all of our successful turkey hunters, I hope you had as good of a season and I did. We’ve got a few turkey photos to get posted and will do so soon. Meanwhile, we enter what is usually the quietest time of year for ADKHunter. It’s time for a some camping, fishing, hiking and enjoying the summer months. We’ll also tinker with things like gardens, food plots and trail cameras. Although this particular post won’t be as active as it is normally we will keep the news items flowing as they come in and do our best to keep you updated on the many things going on in the Adirondacks and sporting world. These include the fate of the Boreas Ponds tract and numerous legislative items like lowering the legal big game hunting age to 12 and expansion of the crossbow hunting season. We’ll see how those play out and encourage you to contact your legislators and let them know how you feel.
NOTE: In May, DEC hosted a webinar and 20 public meetings across the state to inform New York deer hunters and the general public about current issues in deer management and to set the stage for updating DEC’s Management Plan for White-tailed Deer in New York State. If you were not able to participate but would like to view the presentation and provide feedback to DEC about important deer management issues, see 2016 Public Meetings on Deer Management.
Latest Adirondack Hunting Photos
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