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IthacaDS3

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About IthacaDS3

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  • Birthday 07/20/1969

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  1. I’ve been on the Montgomery Deer Management Program for years and can tell you certain properties are open to Hunting with firearms as per the program rules. I doubt there is a no-discharge ordinance in Montgomery/Belle Meade/Blauenburg, but as pointed out in prior posts, and like I do when in doubt/question for stuff like this, call the local cops and/or NJF&G.
  2. I've been going to a hog outfitter in Ga the last couple years and one of the plantations where the outfitter has permission to bring clients is home to a hunting club to a few wealthy individuals. We go there off Ga deer and turkey season to cull some hogs. Supposedly, one of the wealthy club members got badly mauled by a hog that he'd shot and thought was dead. It turned on him as he approached the hog and it took another member shoot the hog a second time to get it off his friend.
  3. I DID weigh them for you and mine come out to 13 grains for the nock and light... but I just realized I forgot to weigh the insert the nock inserts into. I’m in stand now and will re-weigh all components when I think of it, but I wanna say it all comes to around 22grains. FYI, I shoot the X-nocks. Update: just got back from the stand (no luck) and weighed all components...it all comes to just under 20 grains.
  4. I’ve tried many types of lighted nocks and have settled on Igniter nocks by Nufletch Archery: https://www.facebook.com/nufletch/ The lights are very easy to turn off compared to some of the other designs. With one of the other brands I tried, I had a big problem with the glare of the nock obscuring where the switch was on the nock to turn it off. With another brand, I could seemingly turn the nock off successfully, only to discover that the stupid nock turned back on after I put my bow away and days later, I’d be left with a dimly lit nock when I ready to go shooting or hunting.
  5. Friggin unreal, but the real trophy in this case is that you caught this jerk red handed, which hopefully will deter folks of similar ilk from pulling this crap. Not that this justifies his actions in anyway, but did you post pictures of this buck on social media? Just wondering if he saw this buck online and decided to ambush him before you had the chance.
  6. Woo! Who is that guy? Hope he runs for Gov of NJ...
  7. Wow! Now that’s some hardcore goose hunting. I’m still getting my feet wet hunting Canada goose in Nj and after seeing this video, I can’t complain about if being too hard. Russia has some incredibly vast and beautiful wilderness. Glad to catch a glimpse in your video. Great Hunt, adventure and amazing video!
  8. Great Job Jay! It was great to finally meet you! That piebald buck looks great in my pool room!
  9. I got the Ruger GP 100 with the 4” barrel. Beautiful gun, fun to shoot and pretty accurate. I’ve only shot .38 special so far because my indoor range doesn’t like magnum rounds.
  10. IthacaDS3

    Ozonics

    I use Ozonics and also swear by the Scent Crusher Ozone bag, of which I now have two of. The bag has an ozone generator and pumps ozone into the bag where you store your hunting clothes. The bags are pretty spacious and well made. I even store my hunting pack in one of them. The ozone generators are removable so you can use them to treat a room or truck. I was on a hog hunting trip with SlugsAndArrows and a few other guys and my ozone unit worked wonders in the cabin bathroom after we all ate breakfast and had coffee!
  11. A few years ago on the other site, I started a thread about truck tires for my Tacoma. If I recall correctly, Not on the Rug suggested Nitto Terra Grappler G2’s, which I ultimately ended up getting. Honestly, they’ve been the best tires I’ve ever owned. But now with 85k miles on them, I’m looking to replace them Nitto Ridge grapplers. I’d like a slightly more aggressive tread for the times I need to drive on snowy and muddy fields to collect deer, feeders, stands or whatever. I mostly do highway driving but I REALLY don’t want to get stuck in a field with no one around. I’ve needed to un-stuck one of my friends’s F-150 and another’s Sierra and can tell you I don’t want to be the guy getting un-stuck.
  12. I’d go with whatever round will throw the most pellets. You should plan to do this in the evening because that’s when the most hornets will be in the nest.
  13. I have a Ruger GP100 in 38/357 in the newer 7 round stainless model. Love it! I also have a Taurus Raging Judge Magnum w/ 6.5 inch barrel that I take hog hunting. Love that gun too!
  14. Buxk154 gets my vote. I’ve gotten to know him a bit on the doe management hunt we’re on and in addition to spending an incredible amount of time in the woods, waiting for that perfect buck, he’s a stand up guy who helps others track deer and waits for the last hunter to come out of the woods.
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