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Please join us in mourning the loss of our brother Jason Gamba who died in a tragic accident on Monday working on a tree stand at our hunting spot in Bradford County. Hunting will never be the same without him. We love you and miss you so much. Rest In Peace Buddy.

If you are able, donate to One Wish Foundation in Jason's memory.

Please keep Jason's family in your prayers as well as the others involved.




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Edited for clarity 07/14/2020


As many of you know we have recently lost a dear and loved friend Jason Gamba. Jason’s friend Craig Kelleman was there to help. They were erecting a wooden platform with a wooden box blind on top. An aluminum ladder was leaning against the platform that Jason had a foot on and Craig was leaning up against. They where both taken from us by a bolt of lightning while the sky above was blue with white clouds. Miles off the skies where a little darker but nowhere close to the site of the accident.  The fake news has this reported as a group of hunters trying to weather out a storm under a metal tree stand when the lightning hit. NOT TRUE.  These where very successful, intelligent , and seasoned outdoorsman. Other friends that were there at the site are obviously eyewitnesses that were not ever asked for these details. I’m only posting because I know our page reaches a lot of outdoorsman and businessman in the industry. If the story of the two hunters that got killed by lightning comes up , please tell the CORRECT STORY !!! 
Rest In Peace brothers , you will be missed!!!






Edited by BobandAJsArcheryWorld
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Jason was a very good friend. We had known each other since we were teenagers and hunted together for years. I will miss him.

Give your friends and loved ones a hug. Let them know any chance you get that you love them.

Please keep Jason's family in your prayers as well as the others involved.


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