Wilmot Township resident Gerald Foust with the nice 8-point he downed on October 19. The buck had a 19-inch spread and was shot in Wilmot Township. Weight was unknown.
Tom Godshall dropped this 10-point buck in South Auburn while bow hunting on Nov. 2.
Dan Fulmer shot this buck during archery season in the Sugar Run area on November 11, 2005 at 10:30 a.m. It is a nine-point with a 19.75-inch inside spread. Photo by David Keeler
Karl Haefka of Stevensville displays the male bobcat he shot Tuesday morning (November 8) in Stevens Township.. Dan said the bobcat weighed about 28 pounds and was feeding on a cashed deer it had hidden. Dan thanks friends Jim and Dick (no last names provided) for being instrumental in the kill.
Tom Field of Jenningsville dropped this nice eight-point buck with bow and arrow on Saturday, Nov. 5 near his home
Billy Carter of Laceyville, second from left, killed this 155-pound bear on Nov. 21 in Terry Township. He bagged the bruin at 7 a.m. Also pictured, from left, are Tim Brek and Wayne Carter. Wayne also killed a bear on opening day.
Tom Armitage, of Wyalusing, killed this 120-pound female bear near Rummerfield at 2:30 p.m. on opening day. Also pictured is Sherry Smith. Photo by Pete Hardenstine
Dave Keeney, left and his son Matt, right pose with the two nice eightpointers they downed near Browntown in the final moments of archery season.
Kent Kuntz, Sugar Run, dropped this 372-pound bruin in Sugar Run on Nov. 21 at 1 p.m. This is the first bear that Kuntz has killed. Pictured, from left, are Bruce Kuntz, Nevin Beahm, Kent Kuntz and Kevin Kuntz.
Zack Force, Laceyville, killed this four-pointer in Meshoppen Township at 7 a.m. on Nov. 29. It was his first buck.
Wayne Bogovich, Willington, CT, killed this eight-point buck on the Jack Way farm in Sugar Run on Nov. 29. With Bogovich, who is Way’s son-in-law, is his granddaughter, Natalie.
Ryan Reed, right, of Center Valley, PA, killed this eight-pointer on opening day in Hollenback. It was Ryan’s first buck after killing 12 does. Pictured at left is Ryan’s father, Ron, Sugar Run.
Ronald Troutman, left, and his grandson Matt enjoyed a special family moment while hunting together on Tuesday, Nov. 29. Minutes after Ron dropped this impressive 10-point buck around 9 a.m. on Crow Hill Road in Tuscarora Township, Matt killed a seven-pointer. Ron’s deer had a 23-inch spread, while Matt’s had a 15-inch span.
Robert English, Laceyville, dropped this impressive 10-point buck at 9 a.m. on opening day while hunting in Tuscarora Township. The deer had a 22-inch spread and weighed 260 pounds. Also pictured is English’s grandson, Robert William English.
Dan Olmstead, left, of Lime Hill, and Bob Squier, right, bagged these bucks while hunting together on opening day in Stevens Township at 9 a.m. Olmstead’s deer was a seven-pointer, while Squier downed a six-pointer.
Michael Cobb killed his first deer on Tuesday, Nov. 28. The Wyalusing RR4 resident bagged this nice eight-pointer on Brewer Hollow around 8:30 a.m.
Loren Nedley, Wyalusing, bagged this eight-point buck on opening day near Camptown. Nedley reported that the deer was tailing three doe when he shot it around 8 a.m. It had an 18-inch spread.
Joshua Tunnicliff, 14, killed his first buck — a two-pointer — in Herrick Township at 7 a.m. on opening day. Tunnicliff is from Bradford, RI.
John Sweat, III, Ulster, killed this bruin on Nov. 28 at 4 p.m. near Spring Lake. Sweat estimated that the bear weighed 200
John Lott, Auburn Center, killed this eight-point buck at 7:30 a.m. on opening day.
Jake Patterson, 12, of New Albany, downed this four-point buck in Wilmot Township at 9 a.m. on opening day. This was Jake’s first buck. Last year, his mother, Linda also killed her first buck.
Douglas “Bo” Waldrop, Laceyville, killed this bear on Tuesday, Nov. 29, on Golden Hill. It was Waldrop’s first bear
Daniel Dieffenbach, New Albany, left, dropped this eight-point buck on Spring Hill at 8:45 a.m. on opening day. The spread was an impressive 20.75 inches. Also pictured is Dieffenbach’s mother, Terrie.
Charles Hoover, III, left, and his daughter, Jacqueline pose with an eight-pointer that Hoover killed in Albany Township on opening day. The New Albany RR1 resident downed the buck at 9 a.m.
Brian Yurgatis killed this eight-point buck while hunting on the family farm between Silvara and West Auburn on opening day. There were three bucks — all eight-pointers — killed on the farm that day.