Jump to content

Bones

NJW&W Members
  • Content Count

    1,506
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1,677 Excellent

1 Follower

About Bones

  • Rank
    5 Pointer
  • Birthday 11/12/1984

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • County, State
    Camden County, New Jersey

Recent Profile Visitors

2,143 profile views
  1. Smaller bass will stay in the shallows to avoid being eaten by bigger predators, they also hunt the smaller minnows in the shallows as well. Your just seeing juvenile bass
  2. Magnum semi autos won’t cycle birdshot, I had a 935 that wouldn’t cycle pheasant loads it only Cycled turkey and buckshot. I have heard that from many semi auto owners with magnum guns. i have a older 1100 2 3/4 that knocks pheasants out of the sky all day long.
  3. I’m a member and suggest everyone become a member, they run that deal a lot they do get annoying but after you stop answering them or hang up on them they stop bothering you so much. if you haven’t nj2as New Jersey 2nd amendment society is what I would join over nra if I could only do one they fight strictly for nj gun owners.
  4. https://www.lowes.com/pd/Sevin-5-Dust-1-lb-Garden-Insect-Killer/3351616?cm_mmc=shp-_-c-_-prd-_-lwn-_-google-_-lia-_-241-_-outdoorpesticide-_-3351616-_-0&store_code=1149&placeholder=null&gclid=CjwKCAjwrvv3BRAJEiwAhwOdM30QNi2d0GGTWmgv9bwV5QdZxceaCw0uW-Q3BnixaiSlBfoZmh4R8BoCMw8QAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
  5. I never got my rifle portion back in my day I think I’ll take the online test and go get it another firearm to buy lol
  6. Bones

    Rules ??

    Rule #1 no talking about fight club
  7. For gun dog training I know a guy in Franklinville, for obedience it takes a lot of time with Gsp’s they are very energetic and need lots of exercise everyday if they don’t get their energy out they will find ways to entertain themselves usually negative ways. if you want the gundog trainers name and number pm me.
  8. Bones

    Check Out This Coyote

    Neat definitely a full body mount on that one
  9. I have a hawke 22 scope on mine, inexpensive and does the job.
  10. https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1002089534?pid=172375 midway has the 2 3/4 in stock, I found they shoot almost identical out of my 220 as the 3”
  11. Make sure you have plenty of chew toys I use Nylabones and have them inside and outside, I also have two of the extra large Kong extreme balls they’re the black ones and the dogs can’t chew them up. They know they’re only allowed to chew them and when they’ve excited they run around frantically looking for them. to break the chewing habits was a bitch for me, constantly taking things they couldn’t chew out of their mouths and putting the nylabones in their mouths. When we’re not home they’re confined to outside or the kitchen and we use to have to make sure nothing was in their reach. my wife used a water spray bottle to spray the one dog when she would go to grab something she wasn’t able to have and that works to but the other dog loves water so not so much for him. it took almost 1.5 years for the female to learn and the male took about 1 year but they got the hang of things for the most part now.
  12. Camden county has strong numbers mostly in residential areas. I have seen a decline over the years though, I watch the hawks sit in the tree tops waiting for the chicks and hens to come out into the fields and every day the number of chicks dwindles. There are as many as 6 hawks waiting sometimes it’s a shame I call it the killing field. The stray cats don’t help either. atlantic county has a strong number as well I have noticed a increase on coyotes This year but the turkey numbers are good. salem county where I started turkey hunting is on the decline, hawks, fox, raccoons, and land management is poor. The wma’s are so overgrown and thick, the state use to keep up with the property’s but some areas haven’t been kept up with in a long time. These were areas that were loaded with turkey 15 years ago and some of the best hunting grounds I have seen when they were maintained. a few more conservation officers on the wma’s wouldn’t hurt either, I’ve found breasted out turkeys in the past that I would bet we’re not checked in I can only imagine how often that occurs.
×
×
  • Create New...