Super photo there! Me and Bucknutz just started striper fishing this past spring in the Hudson River below Newburgh. No luck for us but we came late to the run. I would love to try for them in the surf some time soon so how about some tips?
No TW with me, took the land cruiser, but I did get 5 Stripers tonight……and my nephew went by on his DRZ. I am trying to convince myself that those 5 fish were worth not riding this evening.
Beautiful pics! NY state and the NE in general - outside of the megloplex areas has some spectacular geography. And not to be picky, but it was the Revolutionary WarThere are lots of impressions in those rocks from thousands of years of water flow. I doubt they are arrowheads or carved by anyone other than mother nature. The ones I find most interesting are the drill holes. Some are large enough to stick your entire foot and leg in and look like a machine drilled them. What really happened is a small rock or a number of small stones got caught in a depression and like a whirlpool they just kept spinning around for years and years drilling right down into the rocks. When I find them there is always a small pile of stones in the bottom and if you see them when the water is high the stones are spinning around and around doing more drilling. Very cool. Lots of Indian history here also and this is close to where George Washington crossed the river in the Civil War.
LOL, Good call on that! I've had my wars screwed up ever since the one I fought during VN! Fuzzy memories I guessBeautiful pics! NY state and the NE in general - outside of the megloplex areas has some spectacular geography. And not to be picky, but it was the Revolutionary War
beautiful! i wish we'd get a few hanging out on our beaches... but then again i guess i don't want it to be that cold here.
Sorry, Just one more, this one today was great. I took my time and and she let me come up and take dozens of pictures. She flew off then came back and landed near me for another round of pics. I probably have 40 pics of this bird and each one is better than the next.
Very unlikely the bob cat took the deer down. Our deer hunting season ended on Sunday and I suspect this deer was probably shot by a hunter but ran out on to the thin ice where a man could not safely retrieve it. Animals have to eat too and the Eagles and a pair of cats got a free lunch.did that bobcat take down the deer?
back when was a park ranger, i had a carcass with a momma cat sitting on it like that. beautiful.