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Old 09-27-2009, 07:20 AM
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Rather than doing all this bitching on the Internet, attend the meetings that are going to be held around the state in the next few weeks. There's plenty, across a diverse area of the state.
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Old 09-27-2009, 07:36 AM
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Originally Posted by BuckAlley View Post
I am a NYB member. On 9/18 I rec'd a letter from NYB about this very proposal. So obviously NYB is contacting its members. Plus NYB is doing this proposal before the scheduled DEC meetings. I don't see the problem. All I see is more bashing of a organization that continues to work for hunters. NYB joins forces with the Muzzleloader Assoc. again showing how willing they are to help, and work with others. But for this they get grief. It seems no matter what they do for hunters they get bashed by some, and its getting old.
I for one like the proposal. Its a increased opportunity for our youth, something this state has to take steps towards. Its a increase opportunity for primitive muzzleloaders in the earlier Southern Tier. Its increased opportunity for bowhunters. Wheres the problem? I love the idea of a youth wknd. I like the idea of a primitive wk of muzzleloading. Being primitive only, won't just turn that wk into a early extension of the Reg. season. Much like its become in the North with Inlines, and scopes. A Oct. 1st archery opener would be great, heck I'd been happy with a Sat. before Columbus day proposal for archers.
This is a great proposal above, and beyond anything the DEC has done for hunters. The DEC increased our license fee's for the 09-10 season. Like many I paid $30 more for the same opportunity I had last season. If more hunting opportunity had been a part of that increase I'd have NO complaint. I also think its great 2 darn good organizations are working together to do something the DEC fails to. Maybe the DEC will finally listen, but I have serious doubts.
1+ Iagree with every thing you said,what a time saver....karl
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Old 09-27-2009, 07:41 AM
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DEC's proposal in 2005 was better for bow hunters and the NYB fought hard to defeat it. Why come out with this proposal.
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Old 09-28-2009, 02:22 AM
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refresh my memory what was the proposal in 2005 ?
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Old 09-29-2009, 09:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Avalanche View Post
I hope DEC is aware that NY Bowhunters inc. IS NOT a true representation of how the majority of New York Bowhunters really feel. I just need to point at NY Bowhunters Narrow minded, selfish, and ignorant view on Crossbows.
Same here, they are no where near a representation of the bow hunters of NY. I for one do not want to see any gun season coming any earlier then it already is, and I am a rifle hunter as well..

As far as crossbows go, I am really up in the air on this one. I think they should be allowed for disabled and elderly, for others I just don't know, I really have to think about that one. Is a crossbow legal for regular season?
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Old 09-30-2009, 03:54 AM
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Terrible idea in my opinion.
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Old 09-30-2009, 04:27 AM
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[quote=As far as crossbows go, I am really up in the air on this one. I think they should be allowed for disabled and elderly, for others I just don't know, I really have to think about that one. Is a crossbow legal for regular season?[/quote]

I agree! NYB has done a lot of damage to those that would like to bow hunt simply because they are not capable of pulling back a bow. Anybody with a Sr Citizen license should be able to use a cross bow.
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