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njdoxie

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  1. It's just another deer, shoot it if you want, I sure would.
  2. On a side note, where do you buy live crawfish around NJ? I lived in New Orleans as a kid, I miss them. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. excellent pic! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Ticks me off people endangering my life and others by aggressive driving. I have zero issue with others endangering their own life, more power to them and good riddance, but when u endanger innocent strangers, well I have a problem with that….just don’t have a solution. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Good luck, sorry for so many negative comments!
  6. It's in excellent condition, approximately 200 rounds fired, will meet at RTSP in Randolph to do the transfer (buyer pays), $700. Saw one on gunbroker for $795. Let me know of any questions, either PM me or reply to this thread.
  7. Is this still for sale? And if so, where in South Jersey are you located....shoot me a pm if you'd prefer. I used to have one and kind of miss it.
  8. https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/canada-covid-visitors-trudeau/index.html Not good if you have your fingers crossed for a hunt this year.
  9. Yes, I've killed a few, no way I would keep at it for 25 years if I hadn't. Long story short.....hunting on my own, the first 5 elk hunts back in the '90s I went 0-5, the learning curve was STEEEEP. The next 5 elk hunts I went 5-5 on bulls. Then I decided to trophy hunt for a 340+ bull, I did that for the next 5 elk hunts and went 0-5, never sniffing a 340+ bull while passing up legal bulls every year. I finally realized I'm a very poor trophy hunter and that elk that size are scarce as hens teeth on over the counter public land, so I went back to hunting any legal bull. The years after that are a mixed bag, but I had opportunities every year on legal bulls....some years I didn't shoot one because by the time I got on a bull, I was exhausted and knew the extraction would be hell, so I chickened out and declared a moral victory knowing I could have had one. Last year, I was run out by snow after 2 days and never saw an elk. I've had my fill of elk hunting and don't care to go back, but good luck to you.
  10. They’ve helped me a lot over the years and I didn’t think they would when I started using them. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I think it’s semantics, when people say they’re too old, it usually means they don’t want it bad enough to put in the time, energy, and money it takes. You have to REALLY want it. I’m in that boat, I’ve been going for 25 years, but I’m not going anymore as I’m not desperate to get an elk anymore. When people ask me why I’m giving up elk hunting, I tell them I’m getting too old for that crap. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Seems like most good fisheries get ruined, too much demand. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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