About Trophy Ridge Hunting Preserve
Few hunters can say they've had the opportunity
to track down Fallow Deer. It's available in Central New York
State in New Berlin, New York.
In July 2007, brothers Joe and Marty
Warren achieved a lifelong dream. They opened Trophy Ridge Hunting
Preserve. The brothers were able to make their dream a reality when
their parents decided to get out of the farming business in 2006.
They had a chance to utilize the land and with the help of their
parents, Joe and Marty were able to convert seventy acres of land
into a hunting preserve.
For over a year, the Warren brothers
worked to get the preserve ready. With the help of their dad, Ed,
family and friends, they walked the land several times, pushing
all of the native deer off of the land. They erected a fence and
after getting approval from the state, they began introducing Russian
boars and Fallow deer to the environment. Russian boar hunting has been discontinued to abide by new New York State laws.
Trophy Ridge Hunting Preserve is
open all year. All hunts are guided. Prices vary depending on what
a hunter is looking to hunt. No hunting license is required. Fallow deer hunts take place
from September 1 through April 15. A pheasant hunt is also available
in September. The Warren brothers plan on adding more animals to
the mix in the future.
For more information about the preserve
call Joe Warren at 607.429.9054. Trophy Ridge Hunting Preserve is
located at 208 Warren Road in New Berlin, New York. The Warrens
encourage anyone interested in the preserve to stop by, take a look
and see what they have to offer.