Jump to content

JHbowhunter

Site Moderators
  • Content Count

    7,071
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    53

JHbowhunter last won the day on September 19

JHbowhunter had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

2,776 Excellent

About JHbowhunter

  • Rank
    Dominant Buck
  • Birthday 05/19/1964

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • County, State
    Sussex County, New Jersey
  • Interests
    Bowhunting. Bowhunting. Bowhunting. And fishing. (Shad, Trout, Smallmouths, Walleyes, big Channel Cats, Fluke, Seabass, blues, stripers, Tuna, bonefish, sailfish, mahi, snappers, grouper, redfish, snook, seatrout).

Contact Methods

  • MSN
    jha123@embarqmail.com

Recent Profile Visitors

2,847 profile views
  1. JHbowhunter

    Bunch Bows for sale >>>>-------->>

    it's amazing that you fish lefty, probably throw a ball lefty, write lefty, etc - but can shoot a bow righty.
  2. JHbowhunter

    Bunch Bows for sale >>>>-------->>

    I thought you were a lefty?
  3. JHbowhunter

    2018 Elk and Mule Deer Wyoming

    Good luck - this is cool!
  4. JHbowhunter

    Looking forward to tomorrow

    Damn u could have waited for a better weather day. It’s pouring!
  5. JHbowhunter

    Old tree stands?

    I still have an old Amaker lock on in use. The cables don’t have a bit of rust and they are not coated either. Has to be 35 years old.
  6. JHbowhunter

    Looking forward to tomorrow

    He shared with me on the fishing trip.... I thought it needed another year, he is convinced it's time.
  7. JHbowhunter

    Allamuchy?

    You have to shoot a doe first until 9/29 which is regular fall opener. Please do read the regs before you take the field. Hunting is serious business- you are talking about taking a living creature, in a crowded state, with tons of hunters afield. Know you target and beyond, now your regs and beyond. Good luck
  8. JHbowhunter

    Allamuchy?

    Lots of deer all over this state this year, we have had several mild winters in a row, and looks like a good acorn crop this year as well. Very wet summer it's GREEN GREEN GREEN everywhere. Lots of good deer hunting to be had, depending on your standards. What are you looking for?
  9. JHbowhunter

    Looking forward to tomorrow

    gettin' chills Larry! Good luck and SHOOT STRAIGHT
  10. JHbowhunter

    Wood heat and this time of year

    I am doing same, last year I did fire it up a few times late September, it's 69 in house right now and have yet to turn heat on. It got down to 64 this morning. I need a few days of DRY weather to bring some DRY wood into garage soon. When was the last time we had 4 days in a row of dry weather?
  11. JHbowhunter

    Opinions on head on or quartering to shots

    I would 15 yards or less as you did, but I would have to be convinced no better shot will present itself. Since I would much rather shoot a deer walking away / quartering away, it has ALWAYS worked out for me in 34 years of bowhunting to not take that shot. I can't think of one time where I waited and a nice broadside or quartering away shot didn't' result.
  12. JHbowhunter

    Backed out last night

    I never thought of it that way, but the last coyote donation I made, about 8 years ago, I let a doe sit overnight, (I walked by it in the dark it turned out), and it was 22 degrees had entire mid-section and part of the ass devoured. I was so grossed out I didn't take the backstraps just based on the image alone. Makes sense.
  13. JHbowhunter

    Salmon Time

    Great trip Mike! Congrats... Good pics too.
  14. JHbowhunter

    Backed out last night

    I think the entrance / exit were perfect for ground level, but not for 18' up and 21 yards away. Just clipped bottom of lung. Where the entrance hole is, it's very close to gut, but if up 6-8" higher it's into the lungs that taper down as you go forward. I suspect just nicked very bottom of lungs. The entrance hole is right where white hair meets brown - just too low for a treestand shot, but a dead doe none the less.
  15. JHbowhunter

    Out in Zone 8

    Congrats to your son - way to improvise