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Found 27 results

  1. So I picked up a new blind today and my question is do I set it up now and allow the deer to get used to it or do I wait until the season? I am the only one who hunts the property and I will be securing it to leave up until at least Christmas. Thanks for any advice.
  2. With all the awesome taxidermy stuff being posted, I thought I would ask about how to best prepare a buck, after harvesting, for mounting?? Maybe wishful thinking on my part, but just in case, I want to do it right. Thanks for any info.
  3. Didn't want to hijack the bear post, so here is another. Would like to do a father & son hunt and prefer deer. Looking to avoid planes, if possible. Older son is graduating college this weekend and younger son is 16, so looking to create a memory. Thanks for any help and info.
  4. Deer I Had on trail cam I wanted to share with your guys.. extreme case of fibrosis on this buck. We ended up taking him out towards the end of the season. Poor guy... Fish and game says this wont effect the meat on the deer but the warts may start effecting their eye sight and eating which would kill it... would you eat this???
  5. So, i got a Winchester SXP Black Shadow Deer gun a couple weeks ago. Due to Murphy's new laws for private transfers, i had to meet the guy at a dealer. FBI delayed me! But the next day, after hours upon hours of anxiety, i was cleared. I go in to puck it up today. This is my first ever slug gun, in excited to start testing different brands of ammo and see how this thing shoots. If anyone on here had or has a Winchester sxp, i would love to hear from you. My plan is to get a barrel for turkey season sand switch out barrels as needed. Hopefully this 12 guage is the only one I'll need for a while.
  6. Hi all, Longtime Pennsylvania hunter here, came to NJ and hunted a friend's farm this year for the first time. Managed to snag 3 does over the course of a long weekend and upon his recommendation took them to Hunter's Butcher in Adelphia N.J. to get processed. Unfortunately, I didn't read all the bad reviews and horror stories until after my deer were in his freezer and I was back home in Pennsylvania. I paid $360 dollars for these deer to to processed, had direct email communication with the owner Kitt Schulman about the order. Then nothing. My NJ friend was going to pick up the order for me and he got no text or phone call either. I called him a week or two later, no response. I figured that he was backlogged with processing from the season and put it out of my mind. After about 7 weeks I start to get nervous and tried to make contact again. No dice. I have been calling, emailing, Facebook Messaging him at his Dog Food Company, etc... No response. Today I called the Howell Police department and they happened to have a cell phone number for the guy. They called him and he was apparently "argumentative" and "non-cooperative" with them on the phone. They suggested that I file a police report with my hometown cops and/or take other legal action. While he was on the phone he told the cops he "knew who I was" and my "deer were at the Food Bank". I reached out to Hunter's Helping the Hungry via Facebook but haven't heard back from them. I assume that was the organization he was talking about because he used to link it on his website. His website is now shut down. His business is listed as permanently closed. He is not returning any communication I send to him. I really don't want this to get ugly, but that venison represents over a lot of damn money considering the out of state licenses I bought, modifications to my firearms, the $360 processing fees and time I took off of work. Can anyone offer any advice? Has anyone been in this kind of scenario with this guy before? I'm really not sure what to do next and am really really frustrated. Is the "Food Bank" nonsense worth pursuing? Thanks in advance.
  7. Good day all, I am representing a fellow sportsman in the sale of a beautiful property located at 290 Hopewell rd in Medford NJ 08055. Its a beautiful custom home set on 24 acres of private land with private lake access. The current owner regularly hunts the land and has several mounts to show for it. They style of house, the ready access to sports. Its like a home in the mountains but right here in South Jersey. Have a look- https://www.century21.com/property/290-Hopewell-Rd-Medford-NJ-08055/43970878/detail A fellow hunter will truly appreciate all this property has to offer. Please reach me at 856-340-5479 with any questions.
  8. Was Able to fill my winter bow tag with this gorgeous 9pt.. After monitoring pics and studying him for 2 weeks. Chose not to sit the morning, he came in while I was in bed. With the cold front coming in, I slipped in while there were smaller bucks within 100yds of my stand. After freezing my butt off, right before dark this guy came cruising in. Arrow stopped hard at 13 yards, only 12in of penetration. I watched him bed down from the stand, watched him till dark, got down and he limped into the thick brush. Backed out, came in the next morning and found him piled up 70 yards from where I last seen him. I know some dont like how I make my hunting videos, but for my fellow new jersey hunters heres the link to the hunt if any one is interested ! Thanks guys, Happy hunting, stay safe!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5byl-q0EtM&t=465s
  9. We have a club that leases approximately 140 acres in the Oxford area. We are looking to bring the membership up to 10-12 members, The dues are $600.00 a year. We do not stock birds, It is primarily a deer hunting club, but some of the members hunt small game and turkey. If you are interested or have any questions please PM me. Thanx Jim.
  10. for my recurved Bear Grizzly 55 lbs? Was thinking Toxic´s but just not 100% sure.
  11. 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!
  12. Hey all, It's almost that time of year! I am the head guide for the Lodge at River Valley, a members only fly fishing club situated along 2 miles of the Musconetcong River in Asbury, New Jersey. Last year we launched a limited hunting membership for 6 members and we have 3 spaces still available for this year. We are looking for a 3 bow only members to join for deer season, keeping our maximum at 6. Members will have access to overnight accommodation (at a rate of $65/man), as well as free range on over 240 acres of farm and woodlands that are prime deer habitat. Full kitchen is available for use. The herd at River Valley is about 45-60, with 6-8 unique bucks. The entire property is managed for regenerative farming and wildlife, which has a halo effect of positive stewardship to the deer population. We are located in Zone 7, known for it's large population of trophy bucks. The Lodge is home to 2009's trophy buck of the year. Taken by shotgun, it is the 4th largest buck ever taken in New Jersey (NJ Deer Hunting Records). Pictures attached. The genetics of this large buck are still very much influencing the current herd. Membership starts at $1700 per person for the season, up to 6 members. Also included with membership are dining privileges at Hawk Pointe, a course just down the road from the lodge. Please send me a message or reply to this thread if you are interested or would like some more information. Check out the Lodge website for pictures of the property. Cheers Alex Ford
  13. I get to watch the deer I’m hunting while sitting in my house. I just watched some of my girls walk by. Who else gets to do this. Maybe other guys get to do this from their office or a truck on the edge of a field.
  14. This is my first year deer hunting and I put out some sugar beets and corn in the woods I grew up next to in town. Growing up I never had interest in hunting but I know there was always hunting activity there and a deer population but I now I want to get into hunting. We always played paintball and rode dirtbikes all throughout the woods. The woods has since changed and all of us grew up. There's no more signs of any quads or dirtbikes whatsoever. I didn't even see boot tracks when I went out there to scout but saw a bunch of deer tracks. Here's some cam pics I have gotten. There are plenty more but the issue is they are all in dark hours. None of them are in daylight. I have since moved the camera and bait pile and will post more pics once I go back and check it (another day or two). I've been out there hunting a few times and haven't seen anything during huntable hours. Any tips or suggestions? Thanks in advance!
  15. Even though it was a warm afternoon , decided to give it a go. My brother scored on this 8pt tonight. Grim reaper broad heads did the job. Deer dropped within 25 yards. Bring on permit season. This warm weather has been crazy lately.
  16. Hey all, It's almost that time of year! I am the marketing manager for the Lodge at River Valley, a members only fly fishing club situated along 2 miles of the Musconetcong River in Asbury, New Jersey. This year we are planning to expand a limited hunting membership. We are looking for a few bow only members to join for deer season, limited to 6 members. Members will have access to overnight accommodation (at a rate of $65/man), as well as free range on over 240 acres of farm and woodlands that are prime deer habitat. Full kitchen is available for use. The herd at River Valley is about 45-60, with 6-8 unique bucks. The entire property is managed for regenerative farming and wildlife, which has a halo effect of positive stewardship to the deer population. We are located in Zone 7, known for it's large population of trophy bucks. Additionally, we currently host 4 clay shoots a year at the Lodge, and will be hosting our first wing shoot this fall. The Lodge is home to 2009's trophy buck of the year. Taken by shotgun, it is the 4th largest buck ever taken in New Jersey (NJ Deer Hunting Records). Pictures attached. The genetics of this large buck are still very much influencing the current herd. Membership starts at $1700 per person for the season, up to 6 members. Also included with membership are dining privileges at Hawk Pointe, a course just down the road from the lodge. Please send me a message or reply to this thread if you are interested or would like some more information. Check out the Lodge website for pictures of the property. Cheers Alex Ford
  17. I've put a couple of cameras out, and so far have only found one VERY young bachelor group, plenty of pigs, and always predators!
  18. From the album: Cast & Bang Photos

  19. This was not only my first turkey hunting season, it was my first hunting season of any kind, ever. At 29, I realize I am getting a little bit of a late start, but what I've learned this past week makes me optimistic for the days in the woods to come. Mainly, the people that you meet whether it be on these forums, practicing at the range, at the education course, pro-shop, etc.; the people I have met surrounding the hunting culture in NJ, in general, have been awesome. As a younger man, I had a different impression of hunters, as I am sure most of the general public does. Contrary to popular belief, the people I have met have been exceedingly friendly, helpful and humbling in their knowledge and willingness to share it with a newbie like myself. With their help, coupled with my own research, I went out to scout several public hunting grounds this fall, with mixed success. My latest sit in my climber stand this past Saturday was much more action packed, with multiple deer passing underfoot, all out of my bow range or with an obstructed shot. My heart was racing just the same. I will be sure to chase that feeling again soon, hopefully with some degree of success, but if not, that's ok too. The overwhelming lesson that seems to be echoing in my head as the time ticks by in that stand seems to be, PATIENCE. A virtue that is applicable to most facets of life, but rarely practiced these days. The parallel to my golfing days was also glaring. Golf is a frustrating game, that can get your blood pressure rising if you're not careful. But it's that one shot, that moment of blissful success that keeps you coming back the next time, and the time after that. I don't golf nearly as much as I used to, but I will be spending more time in the near future in the outdoors just the same trading in my putter for a compound bow. And if i don't hit a turkey with my car before Thanksgiving, that bow will be sure to turn some heads in the frozen turkey aisle as I let one loose on the biggest Butterball available! Thank you to everyone who takes the time to talk to and guide young hunters along the way and Happy Thanksgiving.
  20. Giant 6pt taken with the bow, 131inches!!!! Filmed only with bow cam because of rain, so not the best footage. But ENJOY!
  21. TheRodfather

    8 point buck 2011

    From the album: TheRodfather

    Took a long shot w/ bow at 47yds. Nov 14, 2011

    © TheRodfather

  22. From the album: TheRodfather

    Deer taken at 20 yds during the rut morning of 11-21-13.

    © TheRodfather

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