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Hunting, shooting and fishing trips New york: united states

Hunting and fishing trips in New York: United States: known for black bear hunting from stands, and great brown trout fly fishing

Warm shades of amber cover the forests of the state of New York during the fall months, a calling for the wild grows strong and hunters take their places. With such settled, balanced and verdant nature, whitetail deer herds gather in high volume for its alfalfa and corn fields. New York gladly provides some of the larger trophies, especially in Hamilton County were some bucks have racks worth travelling for. Yet the state also offers extraordinary black bear hunting in Adirondack mountains where the population of black bears continues to grow every year. It is the local pride that black bears are hunted without hounds or bait, relying heavily on stands and blinds where there is a much stronger tactical focus. New York can offer such remote and wild scenery, it is often a must to travel by boat to each location. There is a large promise of great catches in New York with the Delaware River, especially during two of its sections, the Main Stem for vivacious and resistant wild rainbows and the West Branch that happily brags of its overfilled stock of brown trout of which the local favourite spot is below the dam. Anglers may also want to venture to Lake George to tackle its clear waters for atlantic salmon and bass.

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