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Ms Grit

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Ms Grit last won the day on November 5 2018

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About Ms Grit

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  • Birthday 06/22/1962

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    Morris County, New Jersey

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  1. When are you going? Greg has a group going the week of the 19th. I'm not going this year I've hunted with Stony Brook 3 times and a different outfitter once. Bob and Jaye will go out of their way to make you comfortable and set you up on a bear. You will be amazed at the quality and the amount of food they prepare for you. You do have to realize that you're not generally going to see the monsters up there like you would here in NJ. Most bears up there in New Brunswick will go around the 150-185 pound size range, sometimes a 200-250 will get shot and occasionally a 400 pounder, and many hunters will take a 100 pound bear also. If you see cubs the size of the bucket, don't shoot the sow as they are this years cubs and won't survive without her. Let your guide know and he will set you up on a different bait. The bear will shrink after you shoot it as it's lungs will no longer be expanded and its fur puffed out. In general you will sit on the same bait twice and then get moved if you don't see or shot anything. Make sure to bring plenty of bug netting for your head and hands, rain gear and warm weather gear also as the temps vary greatly. Two Thermacells are a must and a way to attach them behind you on a tree and underneath you as well. Bring an extra towel to hang on the shower house window, just in case. If you have a She-Wee, bring that too. Do you have a Scent Crusher Bag to run your clothing through after each hunt? Bears can't see that well, but they do have a great sense of smell. You can purchase a fishing license and fish in the off hours as you will leave to hunt somewhere around 2-3 depending on how far from camp you are hunting and you'll get back anywhere from 10 pm to midnight. Also bring flashlights, extension cords and an outside battery operated camping light (I am assuming you'll be in one of the cabins). The generator goes off around midnight . It's great to sit on the porch in the evenings and listen to the loons. There's one rock along the walkway to the cabins where you will get service on your phone and also the second step of the first cabin, lol I've sent you my phone number, so if you have any other questions, feel free to call me. -Robin
  2. Please message me a last name and address so that I can send Lily her prize packages !!!
  3. Gift Cards have been ordered for those I have addresses for. I am awaiting boxes to ship out the backpacks (should be within the next 2 days). Messages have been sent to those members that I still need addresses for.
  4. 1st Place Winners of $100 Cabelas Gift Card each plus a backpack donated by Bob & AJ's Archery World with some goodies inside: Team 4: Chris (Devil Horns) 2/27/19 Cabelas Gift Card Ordered, 2/28/19 Backpack w/ Goodies Mailed Dylan (Buckfever1974) 2/27/19 Cabelas Gift Card Ordered, 2/28/19 Backpack w/ Goodies Mailed Lily (bushden) 3/6/19 Cabelas Gift Card Ordered, 3/6/19 Backpack w/ Goodies Mailed 2nd Place Winners of $60 Cabelas Gift Card each plus a Scent Crusher Carry Bag & Hat: Team 5: David (Tarhunt) 2/27/19 Cabelas Gift Card Ordered, 2/28/19 Carry Bag & Hat Mailed Chris Jr (High Guy) 2/27/19 Cabelas Gift Card Ordered, 2/28/19 Carry Bag & Hat Hand Delivered Christopher (ilov2hunt) 2/27/19 Cabelas Gift Card Ordered, 2/28/19 Carry Bag & Hat Mailed Winner of Random Drawings: 1 Skull Mount & Plaque - Christopher (LPJR) 2/27/19 Winner's Information Passed Along To Charlie Sahanas (Value may not be used toward anything else) donated by Charlie Sahanas New HSS Lifeline donated by Russ 11 - Declan (Bonefreak) 2/27/19 Winner's Information Passed Along To Russ11 3 Mystery Boxes Donated By Cousin Brown: 1) Lily (Bushden) 3/6/19 Mystery Box Mailed 2) Chris Jr (High Guy) 2/27/19 Hand Delivered 3) Kaya (North Jersey Mike) 2/28/19 Mystery Box Mailed WOULD ALL OF THE WINNERS PLEASE MESSAGE ME YOUR ADDRESSES SO THAT I CAN GET THE PRIZES SENT OUT TO YOUR YOUTHS? THANK YOU.
  5. Everyone has until next Saturday, February 23, 2019 for any last minute entries. I will be closing the 2018-2019 Youth Deer Hunting Contest at midnight on the 23rd.
  6. Look who Donna (Lady Bird) and I ran in to while attending the Wanaque FOP Lodge #145 Annual Venison Dinner, our very own, in real life Haskell Hunter !!!
  7. It was great meeting you both and thanks so much for your donation to the youth hunt, but can I please srand on a chair next time we take a picture together? I feel like a pipsqueek, lol. It was great meeting new members and catching up with old friends as well. Merry Christmas Everyone !!!
  8. I don't have the supply I usually do (Mike is having his engagement party next Saturday night and requested my bear fat soaps as favors) but I can bring a dozen or so to add to the door prizes.
  9. So, I hate to be the "I wasn't paying attention" one, but I wasn't . . . sorry, too much going on right now . . . what time tonight please ?
  10. Congratulations !!! What a true blessing . . .
  11. He had an unusually large head for his size. I shot because I could see the distinctive V, but he only weighed in at just over 200 lbs.
  12. I worked this morning. Didn’t even head out until after one. Ten to five this guy tried sneaking behind me. Needless to say, he wasn’t very successful, but I was. Watched him drop 50 yards from where he was when I shot and I got to hear the death moan too.
  13. Guys, it’s the rut ... go hunt ...
  14. They have no way to hurt me. Their internet found “facts” are incorrect. So I sit here in VA hunting amused by their antics.
  15. Scoreboard Updated . . . Congratulations Gentlemen and Lady !!!
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