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Old 10-25-2020, 08:40 PM   #4
DSettahr
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Not really. I definitely take appropriate precautions (like Wldrns states) but I never really let it affect my outdoor recreation with regards to where I go. I've never been a hunter, but I've had a number of pleasant conversations with hunters that I've encountered (both on and off trail) over the years.

FWIW: Hunting season never really ends in the Adirondacks. There is the classical "big game season," which runs mid-September through early December every year. There's also the spring turkey season, which can see moderate levels of hunting pressure. But it's worth pointing out that there's always something in season in the ADKs, even if it's just red squirrels (which are legal to hunt year-round). So you could encounter hunters any time of the year.
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