Alan Trible of Meshoppen RD bagged this six pointer near Beaver Meadows on opening day. The buck's right ear was damaged while battling with another buck.
Shawn Smith of Hanover, PA downed this six-pointer on opening day in Rush Township Susquehanna County.
Jim Ross of Canton killed this 218-pound bear while hunting on Nov. 20 on Oak Hill in Wilmot Township at 8:30 a.m. It was Rosss first bear.
Wyalusing resident Bob Oliver displays the13-pound hen turkey he shot on Nov. 13 that will likely grace his Thanksgiving Day dinner table. Bob shot the turkey while hunting at Brewer Hollow near Wyalusing.
When he first hooked this lunker Walleye on Nov. 9 around 3:30 p.m., Browntown resident Ted Sickler thought he was snagged on the bottom, but then he felt the big fish move. Turns out hed hooked a 31-inch, 9.25-pound beauty. Ted says he used a jig to entice the fish but wont say exactly where on the Susquehanna he caught it. All I want to say is that it was near a railroad bridge, Ted says.
Jimmy Kulsicavage, Jr., of Tunkhannock, slayed this eight-point buck near Tunkhannock on Nov. 4. The deer had an 18-3/4-inch spread. Also pictured is Kulsicavage’s 14-month-son, Hunter.
Domenic Ciccolini will always remember Nov. 28. The 12-year-old Wyalusing-area youth downed this impressive eight-point buck while hunting that day at 10:30 a.m. in Bradford County. The deer had a 19 1/2-inch spread. It was Domenic’s first deer.
Charles Vullo, Tunkhannock, killed this eight-point buck at an undisclosed location in Wyoming County at 7 a.m. on opening day. The buck had a 20-inch spread. He dedicated the kill to his grandfather, Jim Smith, who died on Sunday.
Ed Daley Jr., left, and his father, Ed Daley Sr., right, had a successful hunt on opening day. Daley Jr., Bensalem, PA, killed his eight-point buck at 7:30 a.m. near Camptown. Three hours later, Daley Sr., Penndel, PA, downed a seven-pointer also near Camptown. Also pictured in Daley Jr.’s son, Dominic.
Joe Brink of Wyalusing dropped this eight-point buck at 9 a.m. while hunting near Herrickville on opening day.
Rob Fenton, New Albany, killed this eight-point buck while hunting near his home at 9:30 a.m. on opening day.
Bob Mickle, Hallstead, dropped this eight-point buck while hunting on opening day at 8:50 a.m. in Liberty Township, Susquehanna County. He reports that the deer had a 17-inch spread. Also pictured areMickle’s daughters, from left, Summer, 6, and Seirra, 4.
Robert Walter, Laceyville, killed this nine-point buck while hunting on Lime Hill at 8:30 a.m. on opening day. He repored that it had a 14 1/2-inch spread.
Robert Oder of Philadelphia killed this eight-pointer while hunting near Camptown at 7 a.m. on opening day. The deer had a 16-inch spread.
Tom Brown, Dunmore, dropped this six-point buck on his family farm in Sugar Run at 9:15 a.m. on opening day.
David Hoyt, 14, of Rowley, MA, killed this nine-pointer while hunting in Albany Township at 7:30 a.m. on opening day. It was the second deer David has killed.
Charles Vullo Deer.JPGCharles Vullo, Tunkhannock, killed this eight-point buck at an undisclosed location in Wyoming County at 7 a.m. on opening day. The buck had a 20-inch spread. He dedicated the kill to his grandfather, Jim Smith, who died on Sunday.
Brian Fuss Deer.JPGBrian Fuss, Terrytown, killed this eight-point buck at 7:30 a.m. while hunting near New Albany on opening day.
Brad Fassett of Laceyville shot this 10-point buck while hunting in Windham Township, Wyoming County at 8 a.m. on opening day. Fassett reported that it had an 18-inch spread. Also pictured is Fassett’s son, Collin, 9.
Ray Norconk, 84, killed this 10-point, 140-pound buck while hunting on his Wilmot Township farm on Monday morning.
Dr Wywiorski BearDr. Rob Wywiorski bagged this 235-pound female bear while hunting with a friend in Laporte Township, Sullivan County. The Towanda resident and Wyalusing optometrist dropped the bear—his first—on Nov. 20 at 10 a.m. He reported that it took two hours to drag out of the woods.
Denny Franklin BearDenny Franklin, Stevensville, killed this impressive 470-pound bear while hunting with âBilly Johnsonâs Gangâ? at Kent Run, near Monroeton, at 11:30 a.m. on opening day. It was the second bear for Franklin. Pictured, from left, are Johnson, David Wildrick and Franklin. The state record is 864 pounds, which was set in 2003 by a bear killed in Pike County.
Rick Jows DeerRick Jows of Mifflinburg dropped this impressive buck while hunting in Albany Township on Monday, Nov. 16, with bow and arrow. After the 60-day waiting period, he plans to enter the deer in the Pope and Young record book. He reports that the deer had an approximate gross score of 159 and a net score of 154.
Mike Snyder DeerMike Snyder killed this nine-point buck in Wyalusing Township with a bow-and-arrow at 9:30 a.m. on Nov. 4. The Meshoppen resident reported that the deer weighed 185 pounds and had a 12-1/2-inch spread.
Ken Bodnar TurkeyKen Bodnar killed this turkey hen weighing 13 pounds while hunting near his home in Taylorville at 10 a.m. on Nov. 6.
Zane VaskasZane Vaskas, Stevensville, killed this four-pointer while hunting near his home on opening day. It was Zane's first deer.