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  1. DEC Announces Adoption of New Deer and Moose Feeding Regulation Measure Prevents Unnecessary Feeding of Wild Deer to Prevent Spread of Disease and Other Negative Effects on Wildlife and Habitat New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced the adoption of a regulation to reduce problems caused by wildlife feeding and establish strict procedures for the use of tick-control devices designed to treat deer. Prohibiting the feeding of wild deer and moose is a best management approach to reduce risks associated with communicable wildlife diseases like chronic wasting disease, minimize conflicts with deer, and protect wildlife habitat. “Feeding deer and moose can artificially increase populations and change behavior, causing harm to people, wildlife, and the environment,” Commissioner Seggos said. “These new requirements strike a necessary balance between preventing the negative effects of deer feeding while recognizing the increased public health threat posed by tick-borne diseases and make an exception to allow the use of certain devices designed to kill ticks on deer.” DEC first prohibited deer feeding in 2002 in response to the threat of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) because concentrating deer or moose at feeding sites increases the risk of disease transmission. However, there are many other negative impacts associated with deer feeding that necessitate a broader regulation. Following a public comment period earlier this year, DEC adopted the new regulation to provide a clearer definition of what does and does not constitute illegal feeding of deer or moose. For example, the requirements provide exemptions for wildlife plantings, bona fide agricultural practices, livestock husbandry, and research and nuisance abatement actions permitted by DEC. It clarifies that incidental feeding such as the attraction of deer or moose to a birdfeeder will only be considered a violation if DEC has previously issued a written warning to the person responsible for the incidental feeding. This will allow nuisance situations to be appropriately addressed without limiting bird feeding in general. To reduce the sale and marketing of products that are illegal to use and to protect consumers from being misled, the new regulation requires retail products packaged for sale as food or edible attractants for wild deer or moose to carry a label clearly stating that such use is illegal in New York. The regulation also establishes procedures for the legal use of 4-PosterTM Tickicide and devices used to dispense it. 4-PosterTM Tickicide is a pesticide registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and DEC to kill ticks on deer. It is dispensed via four rollers, or “posts,” attached to bait stations filled with corn. As deer eat the corn, the rollers deposit pesticide on their heads and necks. In parts of New York with high tick-borne disease rates, there is considerable public interest in using these devices. The application procedures and permit issuance conditions specified in the new regulation are designed to allow such use while limiting negative impacts of deer feeding on the surrounding community and environment.
  2. I can't Thank Jerry enough for selling me some spare rod holder posts he had laying around!!! A very fair price and offered to ship them but he went out of his way and dropped them off....You don't find or me people like Jerry anymore!

  3. luv2rappala "Does your basement contain any Penn manual rigger mounts - the small rectangular ones? luv2rapala" Unfortunately I don't have any Penn rigger parts. mostly Cannon parts Jerry RUNNIN REBEL
  4. Nickihoyboy, I checked my basement and found a brand new never used Garmin power/data cable for a 205-210-220 models.Not sure if this is the one you need. I also found a brand new in package Garmin Data transfer cable. PM sent Jerry RUNNIN REBEL
  5. Kilroy, I checked my basement and found 5 rear mount posts only. Brand New never used. PM Sent Jerry RUNNIN REBEL
  6. Congrats Joe and to your Dad. That is truly awesome. Jerry RUNNIN REBEL
  7. 14 ‘ old HEAVEY aluminum deep “V” boat with 12’ black 1984 Calkins trailer. Boat and trailer NOT A MATCH. comes with 3 ratchet straps....... Duck negotiable......$350.00 Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  8. DEC Announces New Law that Permanently Allows Use of Additional Hunting Implements for Big Game Seasons in Orleans County and Portions of Broome County The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today announced that Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently signed a law permanently adding rifles to the list of implements authorized for big game hunting in Orleans County and a portion of Broome County west of the Susquehanna River. Rifle hunting for big game in these areas was operating under a law set to expire on Oct. 1, 2019, but the recent legislation now makes it permanent. The newly signed law allows pistols, rifles, crossbows, longbows, muzzle-loaded firearms, and shotguns to be used during the big game hunting regular season in these areas of the Southern Zone, which takes place between Nov. 16 and Dec. 8 this year. The new law continues helpful reforms taking place to support Governor Cuomo's NY Open for Fishing and Hunting Initiative that aims to improve recreational opportunities for hunters and anglers and to boost tourism activities throughout the state. This includes streamlining fishing and hunting licenses, reducing license fees, improving access for fishing, and increasing hunting opportunities in the state. The number of hunting-related incidents have declined dramatically in the last several decades, and every incident that does happen can be avoided if hunters follow the laws and basic rules of hunting safety. DEC encourages hunters to use common sense this season and remember what they were taught in their DEC Hunter Education Course. Firearms Safety: Point your gun in a safe direction; Treat every gun as if it were loaded; Be sure of your target and beyond; and Keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot Jerry RUNNIN REBEL
  9. King Hunter you are spot on here. While the Canadian side is Documenting, studying, and has clipping King project (Port Credit-Ganaraska experiment study) ECT ECT ECT...….. The USA side continues to discuss and hypothesize about predator/prey ratios and what is happening to our king sizes here and what actions to take or not take. With technically just over half the kings in Lake O naturally produced, The Canadian side is the Unofficial production grounds. The Naturals are protected in Canada every season with hefty fines and a culture of everyday sportsman and woman watching over this. Also not much if any bickering between Stream guy's and lake guy's. They are a united front, please google ONTARIO FEDERATION OF ANGLERS & HUNTERS. Over 100,000 members strong !!! Strength and $$$ & VOTES are in numbers. With over 700+ stream-rivers-creeks on Lake O, over 400 are in Canada. " Most of the north shore rivers and creeks get a run of salmon; some of them produce naturals" AND "They run up all the tributaries without any dams, right into the headwaters which are always cold, clean and flowing" these King Hunter statements sum it up. Now YES there is natural production on the US side but with a more of a "pay to play" combo free for all style on our waters .On the USA side here are just some example of the OVERWELMING majority of potential waters and their potential limitations to producing major Natural contributions consistently, other than the proven Salmon river Niagara river= Niagara Falls... 18 mile = Burt dam.. Oak Orchard = Dam... Genesee River= Falls.. ECT Heck most years we can only pen rear our salmon for just a few weeks because of the non conducive high water temps at some pen sites in early spring time. More meetings/conference call discussions are taking place to come up with a plan/direction of this fishery. I would like to start another topic and get everyones feed back on what we should recommend on King #'s for 2020 stocking numbers 1 stay status quo 1 more year (wait and see current data) 2 get some/certain % back 3 Restore most if not all of the -%20 & -%20 Jerry RUNNIN REBEL
  10. . BUT, if you did want GENETIC ARMY “ Darkies” this was me and the wives two years back on Yankee Troller for fun. Jerry. RUNNIN REBEL Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. . Here is your NY STATE “ dumpster fire” complete front page news , with tax increase section. Jerry RUNNIN REBEL Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. . Sandbag party my house next week or two.. sign up on here. .Pizza/ beverages & a brown trout/perch/ goby casting & float fishing derby if calm lake. Jerry RUNNIN REBEL Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. I would ask on here "what does beaver taste like" But we all know what kind of response that would encourage, So I am NOT even curious what beaver tastes like to you. Jerry RUNNIN REBEL
  14. One “unhappy beaver” if their access from Lake gets closed off to the fresh grass Jerry RUNNIN REBEL Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. I stock piled extra stone in case boat ramp access to Lake would ever need to be protected again ...... BUT JUST 1 YEAR LATER ALREADY !!! Stones and "Lake Lumber" pushed into yard yesterday for the 1st time this year Jerry RUNNIN REBEL !. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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