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  • Birthday 04/13/1986

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    Sussex County, New Jersey
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    Fredon twp

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  1. You can clean the velvet off and you will have hard horn yes- probably need a paint job to make them look nice- Velvet will be left on this one. It's in very nice shape. http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  2. Congrats buddy!!! http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  3. I've used tons of different broadheads over the years.. rage is my #1 because all heads kill when placed perfectly, but larger blades kill faster when your shot is slightly off- which happens. I've had great blood trails and very poor blood trais with all heads. One lung shot is not the same and the next. There are alot of arteries that sometimes get cut and sometimes do not. Sharp heads cut veins, dull heads dont always cut them. The smaller the head the less likely to cut blood vessels, but the better you will penetrate bone. That being said- they are good heads, just hit your deer in the front of the lungs where it counts and your deer will drop in sight and you can reuse your head. http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  4. Nothing better than early season buck capes. If you shoot one you are not mounting, send me a pic, if worth it I'll reimburse you for butchers Cape fees.. better than it getting trashed. I may or may not ever use it, but I do get a few heads in each year that need new capes due to freezer burn, rot, or skinner error. Only interested in capes close to fredon nj. 551-206-2623 send pics of deer and I'll let ya know if it's something I'd be interested in. thanks! http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  5. Nice buck. Congrats! http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  6. Goodluck! Post pics!! http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  7. Congrats! http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  8. Remember- its bot 2d its 3d which is impossible to show on a 2d pic. Even if you hit the buck in the yellow x youbare still 1 lung and liver. Alot of bone blocking vitals at that angle http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  9. You hit him there he will die..that's for sure.. Just give him 10-12 hrs and call the tracking dog and hope you have water within 500 yards on the property. The exit will be plugged up with intestines and tracking job would be difficult. Let those deer turn more broadside http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  10. I just want be the first to congratulate team 2 for their win in 6 months. Well done. Great bucks! http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  11. Imagine this is a giant buck instead of a fawn.. Shoot or dont shoot? Hes calm and might continue beneath you to a chip shot, or he might get to the base of your tree and wind you. You are right handed. And need to spin 180 degrees to draw your bow. Crunch time.. Risk the movement? Risk getting winded? Risk the straight down shot? Me- I'd wait.. he would probably get to the base of the tree, get nervous, and bound off.. As he trots off I'd spin and draw the bow, possibly let out a "baaaa". They usually run off 15-30 yards and stop, turn broadside to look 1 last time.. Now I'm ready and hopefully have an opening to take the better shot offer. That's an adrenaline packed scenerio.. been there more than once. http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  12. I get $235 + $50 installed on a wood panel. Includes lower jaw as well. Fredon. Nj. http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  13. Team 6 Doe down Photo with weapon and deer 970404w http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  14. Bob you're dyslexic.. that's the left. http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
  15. Deer wanna eat my bait block wrapper http://www.jerseyjaystaxidermy.com
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