PeltHunter

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About PeltHunter

  • Birthday 09/28/1994

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Schuylerville NY
  • Interests
    Fishing hunting snowmobiles dirt bikes and stock car racing
  • Home Port
    Oswego/Trailer
  • Boat Name
    PeltHunter
  1. That's awesome! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. How's everyone been staying busy this off season? I bought a 175 Sea Nymph a couple weeks ago after seeing people catching browns in December and February and decided I needed a small boat for that sort of thing. Guy had it for $500 needed a floor, checked spark, compression and the hull for popped rivets or gashes. Had none so I bought it. I have the floor pulled out ready for the new stuff to go back in and bought marine vinyl at Jo-Ann Fabric to redo the interior besides the seats. Found downrigger bases on here and a planer mast and new boards on CL. Should be ready to go after this weekend. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. We got 3 or 4 this year out of oswego one 12lbs and this one was 14. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Still have all of this? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Sorry didn't see your number posted I'll give you a call tomorrow Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Shoot me a text tomorrow I'll take the swivels off your hands I work right in Schenectady. 518-810-5990 thanks Paul Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. I'm a big Falcons fan. I think if they score first and hold the pats to 14 or less in the first half they blow them out. That doesn't happen IMO it's a high scoring shootout Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  8. Thankfully the mall was empty so I didn't get transferred to any type of institution by Paul Blart and co. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. Awesome! Still waiting on my 2014 bow buck lol Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. I read a couple of the posts last week about people catching Browns in the lake with the mild weather and then yesterday found myself on Craigslist frantically trying to find a cheap 17+ foot aluminum boat to maybe go try. Also walking around at the mall yesterday waiting for my phone to get fixed I realized I was making the sounds of a screaming drag out loud without thinking about doing it. It's about that time. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. I wish we had a better pic of it. It was 30 inches but had some serious shoulders.
  12. 29lb king 14lb atlantic thats going on the wall and maybe a 18-20lb king that looked like it was mounted already
  13. I'm gonna say that's not a good argument because hunting shouldn't be about killing a deer. If you have a short amount of time and need meat you can shoot a doe, if you have a short amount of time available to hunt and don't want/need the meat then why are you going to shoot a small buck? Just to say you filled your tag and be able to puff your chest out to your buddies? I think it's important to be able to go out and shoot what you want but with some legislation it would be as easy for people to kill 2.5yo plus bucks as it is to kill 1.5yo's now. Like someone said earlier and I made the same point on a big blowout Facebook argument about it, not every hunter is a trophy hunter and not every hunter is a meat hunter but EVERY HUNTER wants to shoot a big buck.On another point I think it's funny that people who are "meat hunters" act like they're always under attack when I see them giving a lot more people guff for not shooting a 2.5 year old than anyone does for them shooting a 1.5 year old. It's usually the same people who give me a ton of crap when I tell them I throw salmon back in the lake. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  14. Awesome buck Rob! Nothing like sticking it out after a long, hard season and getting it done in crunch time. I wanted to get out one last ditch effort to fill some sort of tag but I had finals at school the last two days and I'm leaving for Antarctica in the morning for the Air Force. When I get back in February it'll be count down to boat buffing season which leads to the countdown for brown trout, which starts the countdown for salmon season which inevitably starts the countdown to bow season and then the cycle starts all over again. Once again it was awesome following along with all you guys from October 1st until now, congrats again to everyone who had the chance to harvest a deer this year and good luck to those still putting the work in for one. They're moving still for sure, on my way home from Oswego tonight I saw 1 probable shooter and 1 nice big shooter buck cruising fields just at dark. Paul
  15. Those 50mm VXIII's you could stay in the stand all night. Me and my dad both have 3.5-10s on our .270s and .300. And I'll also agree that nobody has a shooter buck walk out in front of them and says hey weather.com said I could've shot him 3 minutes ago but no way I'm doing it now and if you know someone who has it's more than likely a buck fever cover story for why the deer didn't go for a pickup truck ride.Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United