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NY Woods & Water 2023-2024 Adult Deer Hunting Contest Teams and Entries


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Welcome to the NY Woods & Water 2023-2024 Adult Deer Hunting Contest Teams and Entries!!!

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Teams and Scoreboard:

Team 1 (52.0 points):
@Doebuck1234: 16.0 points [16.0 doe]
@Bolt Action: 36.0 points [36.0 buck]

Team 2 (53.5 points):
@2BuckBizCT: 0.0 points [0.0 TBD]
@fletchny11: 53.5 points [53.5 buck]

Team 3 (42.0 points):
@Robhuntandfish: 42.0 points [42.0 buck]
@G-man: 0.0 points [0.0 TBD]

Team 4 (46.5 points):
@boo711: 0.0 points [0.0 TBD]
@mowin: 46.5 points [46.5 buck]

Team 5 (50.0 points):
@NYRturkeycall: 36.0 points [36.0 buck]
@BowmanMike: 14.0 points [14.0 doe]

Team 6 (76.5 points):
@Otto: 31.5 points [31.5 buck]
@Outdoorstom: 45.0 points [45.0 buck]

Team 7 (16.0 points):
@JohnPlav: 16.0 points [16.0 doe]
@The Back 40: 0.0 points [0.0 TBD]

Team 8 (40.0 points):
@cynthiafu: 24.0 points [24.0 buck]
@dbHunterNY: 16.0 points [16.0 doe]

 

Individual Scoreboard:  

1. @fletchny11: 53.5 points [53.5 buck]
2. @Outdoorstom: 45.0 points [45.0 buck]
3. @Robhuntandfish: 42.0 points [42.0 buck]
4. @Bolt Action: 36.0 points [36.0 buck]
5. @Otto: 31.5 points [31.5 buck]
6. @cynthiafu: 24.0 points [24.0 buck]
7. @JohnPlav: 16.0 points [16.0 doe]
7. @Doebuck1234: 16.0 points [16.0 doe]
7. @dbHunterNY: 16.0 points [16.0 doe]
10. @2BuckBizCT: 0.0 points [0.0 TBD]

 

Scoring:

  • Doe Entries:
    • 10 points each
    • Plus Picture Credit (see below)
  • Buck Entries:
    • 10 points
    • Plus the number of points 1" or longer without rounding up
    • Plus their inside spread to nearest 1/2"
    • Plus the longest tine on the left beam to nearest 1/2"
    • Plus the longest tine on the right beam to nearest 1/2"
    • Plus Picture Credit (see below)


Scoring Credit System:

  • Picture Scoring Credit:
    • Picture of deer only: 2 point
    • Picture of you with the deer: 4 points
    • Picture of you with the deer and weapon used: 6 points
       
  • Buck Point Credit Scoring:
    • Measurement requirements:
      • Minimum point length is 1" measured from the base of where the tine meets the beam.
        • Rounding up measurement is not permitted in 1" requirement.
      • Measure to the nearest 1/2"
        • Example:
          • 1.0" to 1.24" = 1.0"  (Rounded down)
          • 1.25" to 1.49" = 1.5"  (Rounded up)
          • 1.5" to 1.74" = 1.5" (Rounded down)
          • 1.75" to 2.0" = 2.0" (Rounded up)
      • A rigid or flexible tape may be used.
    • Closeup photos of points not clearly visible or of questionable length must be provided if needed/requested by NY Woods & Water admin/moderators.  Please do your best, this rarely comes up as an issue.
    • Spike bucks are considered to have only beams and therefore no tines and no qualifying tine measurements.  However a spike with a left and right beam does qualify for spread measurements.
       
  • Measurement Guideline Videos:
  • Measurement Guideline Pictures:

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Contest Entry Format:

{Picture}

Team: {Team Number & Name}
Username: {NY Woods & Water member username}
Type: {Buck/Doe}
NYSDEC Confirmation Number: {confirmation number}
Deer Entry Points: {10 points for doe or buck}
Number of Antlers: {number of antlers measuring 1" or longer without rounding up}
Inside Spread: {inside spread length, rounded to nearest 1/2 "}
Longest Tine on Left Beam: {tine length, rounded to nearest 1/2 "}
Longest Tine on Right Beam: {tine length, rounded to nearest 1/2 "}

TOTAL POINTS:
Doe:  
10 points  + Picture Credit
Buck:  10 points + Number of Antlers + Inside Spread + Longest Tine on Left Beam + Longest Tine on Right Beam + Picture Credit



Contest Entry Example:
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Team: Team 1
Username: Hunter 123
Type: Buck
NYSDEC Confirmation Number: 123ABCD
Deer Entry Points: 10 points
Number of Antlers: 10
Inside Spread: 21.5"
Longest Tine on Left Beam: 10.5"
Longest Tine on Right Beam:  11.0"

Buck:  10 points + Number of Antlers + Inside Spread + Longest Tine on Left Beam + Longest Tine on Right Beam + Picture Credit

TOTAL POINTS: 69 points ( 10 + 10 + 21.5 + 10.5 + 11.0 + 6)

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We did 1 deer to make it as fair as possible as some areas of the state have fewer deer and some may not want to shoot does where they hunt (or can't).  A doe can still be entered, but obviously less points than a buck.  However, I've seen doe points make a difference in our contests.  

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54 minutes ago, nywaw said:

We did 1 deer to make it as fair as possible as some areas of the state have fewer deer and some may not want to shoot does where they hunt (or can't).  A doe can still be entered, but obviously less points than a buck.  However, I've seen doe points make a difference in our contests.  

A bunch of teams are # 5? not sure if it matters at all, just wanted to tell you

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1 hour ago, nywaw said:

We did 1 deer to make it as fair as possible as some areas of the state have fewer deer and some may not want to shoot does where they hunt (or can't).  A doe can still be entered, but obviously less points than a buck.  However, I've seen doe points make a difference in our contests.  

Fine arrangement. I just assumed,one or two other sites I am on do two entries. We all know what happens when one assumes... 

Oh,and one more question. The $10 entry fee is for both individual and team contest or $10 each? If it covers both I might as well go for individual too...

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4 minutes ago, BowmanMike said:

Fine arrangement. I just assumed,one or two other sites I am on do two entries. We all know what happens when one assumes... 

Oh,and one more question. The $10 entry fee is for both individual and team contest or $10 each? If it covers both I might as well go for individual too...

Team is free.  Individual is $10. 

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