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Friday, November 18, 2011 was the day before the opening of New York’s Southern Zone deer gun season. More importantly, it would be the first opportunity ever for me to hunt in New York State with my Excalibur Exocet crossbow.

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Daniel - Regarding the article, New York Crossbows Mean Big $$$ For Conservation Fund, Summer 2010 edition, the comment was made "I have left a bow cocked for several days while in camp and it caused no harm." Can this be true? I have been an avid crossbow hunter for 10 years and from the beginning was instructed and with everything read that you should not leave a bow cocked for more than 3 to 4 hours.

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Dear HBM - With only 4-days left in the season, I set up 3 decoys and called at dawn, a half mile west of the roost of a large group of Turkeys. I had scouted and hunted the area previously and noticed that they tended to head west to feed early. The hunt was ideal, in that I spotted the Tom coming to my call and answering while he was still 200 yards away. He took his time and hung up a couple of times, fanning and calling, it was neat...

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Daniel - I wanted to go hunt, or at least visit, with a diehard crossbow hunter near where I live. I am in northwest Georgia, about 45 minutes from Atlanta. Do you know anyone who is a well-known crossbow hunter who lives in this area, or someone who has a few crossbow records to their credit?

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Good morning Daniel – I went up at the cabin for Father’s Day to check my trail cameras. What a great thing, I got a picture of the same cinnamon bear that I got a shot of last week. The really neat thing about it is that it came through at 10:18 and we arrived there at 10:35. I also got a photo of another bear that came through at 3:47 that morning. Seems to be a lot of activity right now and I believe it is the "season" for bears to seek each other out to make little bears. Hopefully a sow with a cub or two will find her way to the Cuddy Back.

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