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 Post subject: adirondacks
PostPosted: 07 Oct 2010, 15:01 
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hello, would like to spend some time trapping in the adirondack park. can any one give me some pointers on where i could go or stay.. any one know any good cabins for rent.
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 Post subject: Re: adirondacks
PostPosted: 07 Oct 2010, 16:08 
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hey tom first welcome to the site im sure you will find alot :-) ....if you go to the park and rec. site and you can select your state park and you can rent a cabin from there ...thats what i did this year :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: adirondacks
PostPosted: 07 Oct 2010, 19:26 
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thanks for the welcome and reply. where can i find the park and rec site... thanks
i not the brightist bulb in the string....


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 Post subject: Re: adirondacks
PostPosted: 07 Oct 2010, 19:38 
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this website should help http://www.adirondacks.com/vacationrentals.html

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 Post subject: Re: adirondacks
PostPosted: 12 Oct 2010, 20:02 
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You can also hike back in and use a lean=to or otherwise set up a camp, but you may need a permit. Plenty of land to choose from. Anything in particular you're looking to trap?

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 Post subject: Re: adirondacks
PostPosted: 12 Oct 2010, 20:43 
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i would like to trap fisher ,, or is there pine martin... just a sight seeing trip setting some traps. just plain getting out .


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 Post subject: Re: adirondacks
PostPosted: 13 Oct 2010, 06:38 
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Welcome to WAT tomperri, you will have your questions read by more members if you make them in the Camp Fire and Trap Line thread sections. More folks read them than the state postings.

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 Post subject: Re: adirondacks
PostPosted: 13 Oct 2010, 07:40 
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thank you


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 Post subject: Re: adirondacks
PostPosted: 15 Oct 2010, 18:35 
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In the 'dacks there are both pine marten and fisher. Check the regions in the state. There are only certain areas where you can trap marten.

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Red Squirrel- 4 (in the garage)
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Red Fox- 1
Skunk-1
My left index and middle finger in a 110
Left hand in a 220


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 Post subject: Re: adirondacks
PostPosted: 12 Nov 2010, 22:05 
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Tom ,
If you always refrain from saying things that hurt true Adirondackers ears like " dacks" and "upstate", :--D I will be happy to give you a 9 mile section of one of my longlines next season, lotta marten, fisher. 7 miles is on private property then there is a 2 mile loop at the end that is on state.
I have a 17x30 cabin on that line its winterized now but next october I will leave it open if you want to use it for opening week. email me I dont get on here much, every couple years.


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 Post subject: Re: adirondacks
PostPosted: 13 Nov 2010, 21:14 
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simonG wrote:
Tom ,
If you always refrain from saying things that hurt true Adirondackers ears like " dacks" and "upstate", :--D I will be happy to give you a 9 mile section of one of my longlines next season, lotta marten, fisher. 7 miles is on private property then there is a 2 mile loop at the end that is on state.
I have a 17x30 cabin on that line its winterized now but next october I will leave it open if you want to use it for opening week. email me I dont get on here much, every couple years.


LOL... 'dacks.... I use that all the time. upstate though is Westchester... lol

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Catches 2011 so far:

Lifetime:
Red Squirrel- 4 (in the garage)
Beaver- 1
Coyote- 1
Fisher-3
Raccoon- 3
Red Fox- 1
Skunk-1
My left index and middle finger in a 110
Left hand in a 220


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 Post subject: Re: adirondacks
PostPosted: 13 Nov 2010, 22:06 
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yeah but you're in Canton, they do that outside the adirondacks, people in Utica and Lake George say 'dacks too. put "ADIRONDACK" in every sign they make too.
I'm over here in Vermont-land and the flatlanders beat the "green Mountain " thing to death like they do ADirondacks back home...anyone home puts a sign up that uses words like "adirondack" "outfitter" or "wilderness" you know they aren't from there.

Over here in Vermont they call grouse "pat'ridge" and call specks "natives"..go figure. :--D


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