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September 03, 2008


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I hope you have plenty of fellow NJ sportsman @ the meeting and have some luck in stopping this. If it passes there, it will pass in other places and eventually be a problem we all face.

Best of luck and let us know how it comes out on September 10.


i can confime a 26 pointer living in oak creek wisconsin oh and youll love this hanback he has 5!!!! droptines trying to get a pict of him private property within city limits absolulty no hunting but im gonna try to get in there for shed hunting

that last post was me

To the boys in Joysey!! Go get 'em!! Keep the good fight going baby.

The second buck in the above picture is just plain sick!!

I have hunted with both those guys that got those monsters.... A very small group of suburban yuppies are pushing this ordinance. I have been hunting Wall since 1986 and can not recall one person that was injured by a hunter while walking their dog, playing ball or watering their flowers. These people have political pull and prefer others to kill and package their hamburgers for them. See y'all there on the 10th!!

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