That's one big beaver. A Rome man trapped a 63-pound beaver and was crowed our Trophy Room winner. See all the hunting trophies from around central New York.

It's hard to explain the family bonding taking place when fathers, mothers, sons, daughters and even grandfathers hunt together. So maybe some photo highlights from our Trophy Room presented by Mayhood's Sporting Goods can shed some light.

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Corey Whorrall of Sherburne shares the story of taking a buck on property his wife and 6-year-old daughter developed. He even used a mock scrape built by him and his daughter.

Donal Lockwood of West Edmeston's pic is of his 12-year-old son's first deer.

James Dibble of Blossvale has 3 generations of the family posing with Grandpa's lifetime buck. 78-year-old Earl Dibble bagged a 12 pointer that had a 24" spread and a gross green score of 176" while hunting with his son and grandson.

Marshall Lamphier from Rome has the most unusual trophy in the room, a 63-pound beaver he trapped in the Town of Paris. It was 43" long, the tail alone was a foot long and 6.3-inches wide.  While Marshall and his father have trapped for years, it was his first attempt at beaver. He was working with a nuisance permit from the DEC.

Marshall Lamphier Submitted Photo