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  1. I know big buck hunters that bait and run cell cams 24/7/365. Cameras text pics to pattern the big bucks and all they do is wait for the right wind and hunt 1 or 2 days and kill the big one. Spends more time sitting home saying thebwind isnt right for the spot and watching the deer from his phone alerts every day. Gets to the point that isnt hunting. I wanna spend as much time as possible in the stand. If that means I'm gonna settle and shoot a 2yr old buck, so be it. At least im enjoying mother nature and the hunt. It's not always about killing a big deer. Experiencing nature at the crack of dawn is half the fun. I would never not go to a spot in fear I might kill a deer tho. If I have that feeling I just carry the recurve because my standards are lower with that weapon. Maybe its time you put those broadheads to use on that stick bow of yours.. Sounds like this buck you dont really wanna harvest is the perfect scenario to carry that bow. http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  2. Yours is on the stand drying. Will be done next week or so. http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  3. Lol..but I'm not the one sitting on the sidelines because I might get excited and shoot something the internet says I should let walk. [emoji2369] I let all kinds of bucks walk. I've let some decent ones walk only to kill a smaller one a week later. All depends on my daily situation. Hunt the stand. If you shoot, then you wanted to shoot and theres nothing wrong with doing so. If you let him walk then he didnt meet your needs. Only way to know is have him come within range. http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  4. You wanna put the thrill back into hunting stop baiting, sell your trail cams. Scout the old fashioned way and shoot what makes your heart race without thinking about score. http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
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  6. Lifesize is $1000 Shoulder mount is $550 http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  7. Sweet beard on that dog! http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  8. This video pretty well explains it the best.. http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  9. Lol that was the post that got me banned on njh. I posted a "how to care for your trophy" and they said I owed them $2000 for advertising [emoji23] http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  10. Lol. I usually spend 2 weeks mounting stuff then do finish work 1 day every week or 2 pending how dry everything is.. once I finish a bunch I spend a few hrs making phone calls and taking photos because everyone asked for a pic as soon as i tell them its done. http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  11. This buck was pretty cool.. hooves were black and white with some white hair on the foot. http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  12. Hardest part of dealing with velvet is dragging out your deer without destroying it.Then getting the deer butchered without destroying it or having it spoil. Then getting the head skinned out while theres nothing to grab except delicate velvet rack while you saw the skullcap off. Then I freeze it asap and get it to a freezedryer to preserve it. Once preserved the only thing is keeping dry.. Dont want to have it rehydrate.. It adds $325 to the cost of the mount. http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  13. Lol sorry bud- yours is late season. Will be quite awhile yet http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  14. 3 of these are for site members. Come and get 'em http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
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