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Cargill reservoir is close by..............not sure , but you might have to be a Beacon resident.
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You could head towards Carmel and hit a reservoir or 2 or 3 you got plenty of options. Shore fishing should b good you never no what you'll hook over there. 30 minutes or so from beacon. Also fishkill creek is a few minutes down 84 there is pretty good trout fishing in there it's stocked pretty heavy. Even easier there are two parks on the Hudson both sides or the train station one is called long dock idk what the other is called..could always go catfishing down there.
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PHOTOGRAPHY / Re: Trail Cam Fail
« Last post by walkabout on Today at 09:23:36 PM »
Most people ruin there hunting with these cameras and don't even realize it..The temptation to check them constantly is why u always hear " I have him on camera 3 times before season but never seen him on stand.. You can spray them all u want but you can never cover up all your human sent u leave walking in and out..
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Not really sure of any spots in Beacon but you could cross the river and fish Browns pond which is a city of Newburgh Res.  You have to rent one of there boats and on a week end you would have to be there before six if you wanted to get one but fishing is pretty good.  White and yellow perch, crappy, bass, and pickerel are all there in good numbers.  Sorry can't give more advice.
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PHOTOGRAPHY / Re: Trail Cam Fail
« Last post by fisher2 on Today at 08:24:32 PM »
ive never sprayed me or myself when placing cams, never had this happen,
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PHOTOGRAPHY / Trail Cam Fail
« Last post by EG30 on Today at 08:11:07 PM »
I've been running trail cams for years now and have tons of pics/footage.  This video might take the cake.  This was taken a month ago on a piece of property I Deer hunt on. The real reason I want people to see this video is to really stress the importance of being scent free when dealing with trail cams.(spray down your cameras)  I took the lazy route on this particular occasion and am sure never to do it again!

http://youtu.be/NUWouF7NLWA
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BIG GAME HUNTING / Re: Draft Black Bear Management Plan
« Last post by nyPredator on Today at 06:38:20 PM »
Nice, thanks Dick!
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COLD & WARM WATER FISHING / Re: Pickerel in the rondout
« Last post by Pointer on Today at 06:01:00 PM »
There are lots of pickerel in the Rondout Creek.
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BIG GAME HUNTING / Re: Draft Black Bear Management Plan
« Last post by DHenry on Today at 05:18:16 PM »
You saying if I have last years bear tag and I get my new one for 2014-15 season for this Sept be a season?

Valid Dates of Annual Licenses/Privileges

Starting this season annual hunting licenses and privileges are valid from September 1 through August 31 each year. (This is a new license year structure beginning this year.) This was done to eliminate the need for hunters to search for last years bear tag for early bear in the early seasons. 

Note: If you purchased your license last fall between October 1, 2013 - January 31, 2014, and have a leftover bear  tag it will remain remain valid through September 30, 2014.

Next year (2015) nobody will have "left over" bear tags  from 2014 and there should be no more confusion.
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BIG GAME HUNTING / Re: Draft Black Bear Management Plan
« Last post by nyPredator on Today at 04:26:20 PM »
You saying if I have last years bear tag and I get my new one for 2014-15 season for this Sept be a season?
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