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tuny

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About tuny

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    Spike
  • Birthday 01/01/1954

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    Male
  • County, State
    Ocean County, New Jersey
  • City
    tuckerton
  • Interests
    Deer ,waterfowl and turkey hunting, Salmon fishing

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  1. Where did you find my picture? and yes they will come!
  2. Hopefully a little bit of rain and they'll start the big push, the salmon have to come some time.
  3. I helped a youngster land a 26lb female King the first weekend of October. He said he was worn out by the fight so I told him I'm going to tell your friends that you got beat up by a 26lb girl in NY.
  4. I only need to find 3 fish a day, that will keep me happy
  5. I'm heading up Salmon fishing on Tuesday, probably going to fish Orwell creek, if your in the area look me up. Look for the guy wearing a NJCOA hat using a fly rod.
  6. Was out there last week on a father and son mini vacation in Yellowstone saw elk, sheep black bear and got real close to three different grizzlies, The countryside is beautiful, enjoy everything about the hunt not bagging an animal should not take away from the total experience. I bow hunted elk in Colorado back in 1979, was my most memorable hunt, even though I didn't fill my tag.
  7. nice mudsharks I sent you a PM about camp.
  8. I'll be up there with a boy scout troop the first weekend in October then with the club the week after Columbus day. The club still has some openings for members if anyone is interested. It is located on Orwell creek.
  9. Townships cannot regulate hunting other than on their own property, the signs are there probably by someone unaware of the difference in the two safety zones. Check with the township administrator and bring proof of the bow law.
  10. I used to hunt small piece of troy meadows off S. Beverwick Rd, great little deer spot and great duck hunting on the E. Hanover side.
  11. You have to remember that a bow and arrow is a weapon as defined by NJSA 2C:36, I'd have to say the officers were over zealous
  12. Canada is too far for me, even for free stuff
  13. That's what we should all hope it would be because I'm sure the rest of America (short of California) allow it. But this is NJ... if I don't read it in the statutes, I don't believe it Did you ever get stopped by a police officer while transporting a firearm at 15 on a bike to go hunting? Not stopped by cop but an anti hunter called the cops on me. But here is the exceptions in title 58 2009 New Jersey Code TITLE 2C - THE NEW JERSEY CODE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE 2c:58 2C:58-6.1 - Possession of firearms by minors; exceptions 2C:58-6.1. Possession of firearms by minors; exceptions 14. a. No person under the age of 18 years shall purchase, barter or otherwise acquire a firearm and no person under the age of 21 years shall purchase, barter or otherwise acquire a handgun, unless the person is authorized to possess the handgun in connection with the performance of official duties under the provisions of N.J.S.2C:39-6. b.No person under the age of 18 years shall possess, carry, fire or use a firearm except as provided under paragraphs (1), (2), (3) and (4) of this subsection; and, unless authorized in connection with the performance of official duties under the provisions of N.J.S.2C:39-6, no person under the age of 21 years shall possess, carry, fire or use a handgunexcept under the following circumstances: (1)In the actual presence or under the direct supervision of his father, mother or guardian, or some other person who holds a permit to carry a handgun or a firearms purchaser identification card, as the case may be; or (2)For the purpose of military drill under the auspices of a legally recognized military organization and under competent supervision; or (3)For the purpose of competition or target practice in and upon a firing range approved by the governing body of the municipality in which the range is located or the National Rifle Association and which is under competent supervision at the time of such supervision or target practice or instruction and training at any location; or (4)For the purpose of hunting during the regularly designated hunting season, provided that he possesses a valid hunting license and has successfully completed a hunter's safety course taught by a qualified instructor or conservation officer and possesses a certificate indicating the successful completion of such a course. I guess we can put a fork in it now, it's well done!
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