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Laura Guinan with a monster NY buck she harvested at the guidance of her fiance’ and long time NCW friend and Whitetail Weekend camp cook,
Jason Ash.  Way to go Laura!

Friend to NCW, Jason Ash poses with a monster buck he harvested during NY’s late season.
Christi Powell shows off an awesome PA buck.  This mature whitetail sported a
19 1/2 inside spread and 8 points on
a 185lb body.  What a stud.
Long time client and NCW “Family Member” Jim Kelly with a tremendous buck he harvested on his NCW managed and Deerscaped Property in New York.  These bucks show the true potential of the Empire state with proper management techniques.
A proud day for longtime NCW customer and friend, Mike DeHond as he celebrates his son Mitch’s first Bow kill.  Mitch arrowed this buck on Mike’s western NY farm, making the a near perfect shot.  Congratulations to both Mike and Mitch on an awesome
father, son accomplishment.
 Many more to come.
Hardcore habitat and hunting enthusiast Jim Sollecito is no stranger to NorthCountry Whitetails.  Here he poses with his 12 point, 151 6/8 inch,  181 pound NY monster buck.  Jim is a long time NCW client and we couldn’t be more excited to see him succeed on this bow buck.
Titus Baker and Abigail Nitchman with Titus' first deer ever, a mature doe harvested Sat. Oct. 24, 2009.
Titus left the US Airforce on Nov. 2

Neil Dougherty with a true giant NY bow buck he was fortunately enough to harvest from the ground.  Neil has his sights set on harvesting this buck from a nearby ground blind but then the buck changed course so did Neil’s plan.  A couple of wind sprints and a close encounter later and this Western NY monarch was piled up.  
Neil Dougherty and his "Club Buck" 
Mike Dehond
Chuck Clynes may have been hunting bears in BC but his heart still belongs to whitetails. Notice the lucky "NorthCountry Whitetails" hat he is wearing.
Frank Grunseich sat with his 17 year old son Adam Grunseich all day to harvest his first deer ever-- a 139 yard shot with a 20 gauge slug gun on this 3 point buck.  Dad whopped so loud in delight 4 other hunters on the proprty heard him!  Congrats Adam!
Peter Mura took this wide 8 poiter opening morning at first light.
Tim Hepinger
Mike & Susan Dehond
Susan Dehond
Jeff Powell
Justin Powell
Jeff Crawford
Christi and Justin Powell
Craig Conway
Frank Mastellone
Jim Kelly
Jason Moore
Tom Bastow
Longtime NCW Associate Brian Otto with a monster 140 class buck he harvested on his Western NY farm.
Paul Meinel
Neil Dougherty and his 2007 Buck
Corey Witkor with a a huge 22point buck he harvested during the 2006 archery season. Corey has taken advantage of just about every service NCW has to offer and we couldn't pick a better success story.
Craig Dougherty's 154 inch beast harvested with a muzzle loader the second to last day of the season.

Neil Dougherty connects on this 130 class buck in the last few days of the NY archery season.

Close NCW friend Mike Dehond with a great buck he harvested from the ground on his western NY lease. Great job Mike.
Neil Dougherty with a beautiful NY bear he harvested on November 6, 2006. This bear weighed over 200lbs and had an amazing pelt.
Another late season success story from Neil. He harvested this buck the day before the NY gun opener.
Neil with his Thanksgiving buck. This buck was dispatched while chasing a doe within comfortable shooting distance.
Neil showing how important it is to exercise predator control on your property.
Neil's back to back bucks shot in the same food plot. One the last day of archery season, the second the next day on the NY gun opener.
Neil with a nice moose. Sometimes you have to switch it up and chase a different critter!
Craig with an huge 250lb 140" buck harvested during the 2006 rut. Great buck, Craig!
Neil Dougherty with a nice buck he killed in Texas during the 2005 season.
Charlie Alsheimer with his 2004 Archery buck. A true dandy.
Charlie Alsheimer with another good buck. Another example of how QDM can produce anywhere.
Alsheimer strikes again. Congrats, Charlie. Keep em coming.