The New York Antler Outdoors Blog

The New York Antler Outdoors Blog is my mini-journal about Whitetail Deer Hunting in New York State. It...

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Aug 09, 2018

My Snowshoe Buck

8-pt... 141 1/8 net... 24 inch inside spread. weighed 205 with head, cape and front feet removed. Shot tracking while wearing snowshoes the 3rd day of

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Apr 20, 2018


Took Larry Piccirilli 30 years to harvest a trophy. Larry harvested this beautiful 10-PT on opening day of 2017 gun season, in Cattaraugus County... Kill

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Mar 28, 2018

2017 New York Whitetails Page 9

2017 New York Whitetails Page 9 - More 2017 New York Trophy Whitetails

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Mar 13, 2018

Wilson Buck

The Wilson Buck - Steuben County, NY Non-Typical Deer Hunting Story

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Mar 13, 2018

New York Whitetail Deer Hunting

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