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Found 17 results

  1. ultimatenjoutdoorsmen

    Mom Shoots Big 8pt!

    Mom Shoots a Big Zone 36 8pt. She drops him in 40 yards!
  2. ultimatenjoutdoorsmen

    Smoked An Early Season Doe! On video

    Smoked an early season doe, earn a buck NJ. I hit her quartering away and she went down in 50 yards. If you enjoyed the video, head over to my YouTube Channel and subscribe to the channel to stay up to date on when I post! based out of Central NJ but hunt all around!
  3. bruiserbucksoutdoors

    Archery Hunting Season Teaser Vid

    Here is the link to a little teaser video we just dropped on our Instagram page. You don't have to have an account to watch the video. This sure has our blood pumping. Our team is very excited for hunting season. Hoping to get quality video of some meat dropping this year. If you have Instagram give us a follow. We are working on our website and it should be up and running in a few weeks as well as t-shirts, hoodies, and stickers coming soon. Check us out! Thank you http://www.instagram.com/p/BYGU4BnBVUx/?taken-by=bruiserbucksoutdoors
  4. castandbang

    Whitetail Deer Archery Hunt

    From the album: Cast & Bang Photos

  5. BobandAJsArcheryWorld

    bobandajsign

    From the album: Bob & AJ's Archery World

    Our new Business Sign which will be hung on our property

    © 2017 Bob & AJ's Archery World

  6. bruiserbucksoutdoors

    Any 3D shoots this Labor Day weekend?

    Looking to go 3D shooting the weekend before season kicks off! Reply with locations please. Hoping to find something in the south jersey area!
  7. bruiserbucksoutdoors

    Opening day of bow season!

    It looks like it is gonna be a hot one! in the 90's on opening day What do you guys think? Hunt water source, food plots, crop fields, or bait piles? I am thinking about hunting a stream that runs 20 yards into the woods off of a corn field. I think that will be my best bet to whack a doe so that I can obtain a buck tag. What is everyone's plan? Or comments and opinions on my plan! It is gonna be as hot as the 's toenails out there! Anyone have an air conditioned hunting blind I can borrow?
  8. bruiserbucksoutdoors

    How to keep target practice fun? Opinions? Tips?

    Okay, so I know that it happens to the best of us..... I put a bad shot on a nice 9 pointer last year and never found it. I have no excuse other than it was my fault completely. I didn't practice shooting nearly enough. I bought a new mathews bow before last season, sited it in, and maybe practiced shooting it three times. I know, I know, I should have shot more and practiced shooting from a stand instead of off the ground. But this year I have been shooting a lot every week. Anytime that I get, even if it is only 30 minutes, I have been shooting my bow. My pins are set at 20, 30, 40, 50, and 60 yards. My groups are pretty good all the way up to 40 yards. I have been shooting off of the top of my shed that is 10ft-12ft high. Any tips on how to get tighter groups at 50 and 60 yards? Such as a better stabilzer? I currently have a cheap one on there. Also I have been getting kind of bored just shooting at the block target I have. What do you guys do to keep it fun? Is there any target courses around to shoot? I am located in salem county. Let me know! Thanks!
  9. ultimatenjoutdoorsmen

    Monster NJ Buck Kill

    Giant 6pt taken with the bow, 131inches!!!! Filmed only with bow cam because of rain, so not the best footage. But ENJOY!
  10. Just Hunt

    USED PSE X FORCE

    USED BOW RH 29-33 DL PSE X force Pro series bow set up as shown $400 plus shipping / tax if needed.. Feel free to come down to the shop for trail / purchase. (Middle bow) Method of payment via PayPal invoice or cash in shop. I think it is a 50-60lb, I have to double check that when I get back to the shop..
  11. Ted's Taxidermy & Bow Shop has now added New Breed Archery to our dealer line up.. These bows are super light weight and hand built by one builder. Even the 37 ATA Cyborg comes in at only 3.9lbs an goes up to a 32 dl.. Show below are the Cyborg and Genetix bow in Predator 3D camo. Other lines: Athens Archery Ross Archery Obsession Bows Scorpyd Cross bows
  12. Purchase a new X bow / bow offer.
  13. Anyone here besides me who does a little tuning on their arrows, not just their bows?
  14. Just Hunt

    Making Leather pieces for bows

    Started making those leather pieces for bow wrist sling, camo dipped. What do you think?
  15. If anyone is in Buena area, stop by the shop.. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Teds-Taxidermy-Shop/819601094736714
  16. I was very pleased when I was notified this morning that an article I had written about the new Dead Ringer Hunting Broad Heads called the Rampage line was being posted on this morning. Now before some of you start yelling at me, yes I do work for the company and believe in the products the company produces and sells. With that being said I also strongly believe that this new line of Hybrid broad heads will quickly become one of the best selling broad head lines to ever hit the market. They were just introduced last January at the ATA show so they were too late for getting into the big box stores like Cabela's and Dicks, etc. for this season. Even though you will not be able to get them from the bigger stores until next season, go can still order them from Dead Ringer Hunting at http://www.deadringerhunting.com or you might still be able to pick some up at your local Wal-Mart store who does carry them. Some of you may have already tried them or at least have seen some of the results posted by hunters from around the country. These new heads have already taken many of the North American game animals in addition to exotics and African game animals. They are proving that they will do what they say they can do. "When failure is not an option" .... "Let there be blood" I hope that you might enjoy the article and even give these new broad heads a chance sometime. I also hope you are all having a good, safe, and successful season so far. Please remember, be safe and good hunting! Here is the link to the article: http://bowhunting.net/2013/10/from-then-to-now-the-modern-broadhead/ A few pics from the article: