Giant Suffolk County 11-Pointer

Jaret recently sent in these trail camera pictures of an awesome Suffolk County 11-pointer that’s been showing up on his hunting ground.

These night time pictures show all the tines clearly and this buck has a lot of them. It’s obviously an older class animal and his neck is already huge in anticipation for the rut.

Hopefully Jaret can connect with this buck soon before he leaves the area in search of does. This buck will probably gross score high 130s or possibly even 140s. What do you think he scores?

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Looks like it's official, archery open until 1/31 in Suffolk County: content.govdelivery.com/accounts/NYSDEC/bulletins/e50ad3

The changes to the Suffolk County deer hunting seasons and permit requirements are summarized as follows:

• Extends the regular (bowhunting) season for deer in Suffolk County through January 31;
• Expands the special firearms season for deer in Suffolk County to run from the first Sunday in January (January 4) through January 31 including weekends. The 2015 firearms deer season in Suffolk County will begin Sunday, January 4 and continue until January 31;
• Clarifies the Town permit requirements, landowner permission requirements and legal implements for the special firearms season. The adopted regulations also include a provision waiving the Town Permit requirement in any town which by local law has waived the town permit requirement. However, this aspect will not take effect before next season (January 2016);
• Increases permit quotas for each town to reflect current deer management needs and allow for additional access opportunities on state land.
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