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#1 Male OFFLINE   Lemmy

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Posted 02/06/14 - 10:24 PM

I hunt private land and find my quad an asset for hauling gear and deer. How many of you regulary use quads ?.. I, myself believe N.J. deer aren't perturbed by ATV noise .... Let's see your "Slaying Unit ":)

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#2 Male OFFLINE   Axiom

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Posted 02/06/14 - 10:29 PM

If i could use one in the places i hunt i'd own 2 of them.. i'd keep 1 as a back up .... :cupcoffee:


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#3 Male OFFLINE   Lemmy

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Posted 02/06/14 - 10:32 PM

Haaa !! I know what you mean Axiom .... I realized I wasn't as young as I thought I was ....

#4 Male OFFLINE   Bucksnbows

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Posted 02/06/14 - 10:58 PM

I don't own one, but use my landowner's quads sometimes to drag out a bear or toss my chainsaw on to clear our logging paths.  Great for private land and lousy to use on public lands.  At my PA hunting camp, we use quads to get near our stands in the mornings and to drag out deer.  Again, private land. 



#5 Male OFFLINE   deerslayer01

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Posted 02/07/14 - 01:58 AM

why would you drag it ..just put it on the rear rack
shoot more and shoot more often :elch:

#6 Male OFFLINE   Palawman30

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Posted 02/07/14 - 07:34 AM

I for one am glad that Pa has never opened up any public land to any motorized vehicles. It would destroy the place as every bubba has one. Makes for a very quiet peaceful public land hunt for those of us that will hike 2 miles to get a deer. Private land in Pa is overrun with these things. Nothing like having one buzz past you at 7 am....lol


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Posted 02/07/14 - 11:02 AM

Me n 2of my brothers had 4 of them at my older brothers house then some dirt bag with a big landscape trailer stole them. My 1bro got his back all recked up in Trenton . I did buy another one but just didn't really have any great place to ride so I sold it. If I had a big chunk of land I would probly get another.
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#8 Male OFFLINE   Axiom

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Posted 02/07/14 - 11:15 AM

West Virginia is the place to go riding...  You can ride for days up in those mountains. on the roads, through small hillbilly towns wherever you want... all kinds of terrain.. from easy going to down right dangerous...


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Posted 02/07/14 - 01:39 PM

why would you drag it ..just put it on the rear rack

I was using "drag" as a generic term.  My buddy has a Terex, so we put them in the pick up bed in the back.  I did drag out a bear once, but only because I had to use a racing quad and it had no rack on it.  It was in the snow, so it dragged out easily and without damaging the fur.  



#10 Male OFFLINE   BowhunterNJ

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Posted 02/07/14 - 10:40 PM

Definitely great tools and make life a whole lot easier to hang stands, bait, get deer out, etc. but I agree with others above, I wouldn't want them on public lands at all.


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