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  1. Been a on and off member for years. When i feel they do little of us in NJ, i stop for a while. When i think they are headed in the right direction, i re-up. Same with my wife. That seems like a good price. But i wouldn't give them that money currently.
  2. Thanks for posting this Mike. Thank you for taking the time to watch it everyone. Bonefreak, great pictures. People have no idea how valuable pictures can turn out to be. Take plenty, save everything. i am fortunate to have good video of both my girls in the woods. My older daughter doesn't want to hunt, that is something the three of us did together. So i try and do a youth hunt every year. We did rabbits for years. This year i took a kid out for his first deer. His dad was in a bad accident and couldn't take him. Just yesterday i called in a gobbler for a kid who never shot one. His dad was working and he wouldn't have been able to go out. Take a kid out, even it if it is not your kid. Good luck GG and to all the turkey hunters out there. Be safe.
  3. i have been using their trace block for many years. location is key. some places they love it, others, not so much. i have to get a few soon. They are pawning the ground where one was. also, put it on a stump if you have one. they will eat the wood also. and it keeps it up and dry
  4. There were a few nutes that were caught in the past. I think they came up the C+D canal and crossed the Delaware. I don't think they can handle our winters. They are established in maryland and south.
  5. i was asked to speak on trapping, at the Syracuse Outdoor Expo. i declined because of so many differences in the regulations. When i talk snares to those guys, they act like i am a poacher from Africa snaring animals. Start with coon. get some DPs and a cage or two. Learn to bait them. Get a dozen snares and learn to snare them. Basics, cable cutter, good pliers-dykes, beam, fleshing knife, tail stripper, tail zipper, boards, belly wedges and pins. Go catch a few and learn the whole process. Don't invest a ton yet.
  6. ub1243

    NJ Real ID Update

    i refuse to give the state any more money. I will just use a passport.
  7. nice. i put a new Vortex on my .17HMR this week. looking forward to calling and trapping
  8. The Dryshod extreme black boots are the warmest i ever wore. They are built better than Muck. They are the engineers from Muck.
  9. They made this decision a few years ago. It just wasn't public. Most employees didn't know of this. As they were still attending the ATA and other big outdoor events. But this is real. They are getting out of sporting optics.
  10. i was going to say, where are the coon at. Iowa is coon central. nice trip
  11. Check out Dryshod boots. Engineers from Muck started it after Honeywell bought out Muck. Better boot than Muck. i have a few different pairs.
  12. Way to go. It's exciting isn't it?! Now to skin. Let the fat set up, then flesh. Then board it and hang it. I caught my first of the year last night also.
  13. did you have rain in z25 last night? i also hunt z25, didn't have any rain. That deer and tailgate look wet.
  14. Cover was just bought out by Feradyne. Give them a little time during the transition. I am sure big changes are happening.
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