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tonyzfishin


Joined: 02/04/2006
Posts: 29505
Location: Raritan Bay NY
 posted 07/28/2009 05:30 PM  

Set up the camera last week behind some property I own in Jackson New Jersey.....got some small bucks and plenty of does with fawns around.......up





 
Bruno1


Joined: 08/28/2005
Posts: 679
Location: Ronkonkoma
 posted 07/28/2009 05:49 PM  

Put my Cudde Buck camera out a few weeks ago and was infested with ticks so I am a bit gunshy to go pull the camera. Sucks because I know there is some quality deer in the area.


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Hunt n' Fish
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Joined: 04/11/2001
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Location: Holbrook, NY
 posted 07/29/2009 07:16 AM  

I just don't get the thrill from bowhunting anymore. . . But I was out and about last week, and stopped by one of the old farms I used to hunt, and saw this guy playing with a couple of the smaller bucks in the area.




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bobbo

Joined: 04/27/2002
Posts: 1798
Location: margaritaville
 posted 07/29/2009 10:50 AM  

WOW
that's got to be a record rack.
 
sssurfertim


Joined: 01/03/2007
Posts: 846
Location: amityville
 posted 07/30/2009 12:28 PM  

Is that the breeder buck they called "Heart Attack"? Saw plenty of pics of it with velvet but never without.
 
tightlines333

Joined: 06/10/2009
Posts: 101
Location: seaford new york
 posted 07/30/2009 02:26 PM  

WOW

thats crazy where do you hunt if you dont wanna tell me take me with you lol thats a beautiful nontypical buck
 
ChestersRonkNY

Joined: 05/30/2009
Posts: 24
 posted 07/31/2009 12:47 AM  

What is it worth?

Hunt n' Fish wrote:

I just don't get the thrill from bowhunting anymore. . . But I was out and about last week, and stopped by one of the old farms I used to hunt, and saw this guy playing with a couple of the smaller bucks in the area.




Wink


What do you think the boys in Texas pay for an ounce of his sperm? $10,000.00 per ounce? More money than my wifes perfume!!
 
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 posted 07/31/2009 12:59 AM  

He's not the Heart Attack buck

sssurfertim wrote:

Is that the breeder buck they called "Heart Attack"? Saw plenty of pics of it with velvet but never without.


Apparently, he's even bigger. He's called Sudden Impact. I was kidding about him being on property I've hunted. This buck is allegedly the biggest ever, at over 400".


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tonyzfishin


Joined: 02/04/2006
Posts: 29505
Location: Raritan Bay NY
 posted 07/31/2009 04:21 PM  

Peggy

One of the main reason's I started early with the game cam was to look for a familiar deer that's been around for about four years now, seemed to suffer from a femur fracture(most likely getting hit by a car) with the bone petruding out now covered with skin and hair, but this deer managed to raise twins every year so far, I haven't seen her around since January and was getting a little nervous that she didnt make the winter but it's been mild compared to previous winters so i was determined to see if she survived, she came around to nibble at the feed, goes to show how resilient they can be......Smile


1st picture was from last year, the picture show's one of the fawns and if you look at the bottom of the picture you can see the fracture sticking out


2nd picture confirmed she was still around with that right leg jutting out , was the typical stance i noticed through the years




This post edited by tonyzfishin 07:18 AM 08/02/2009
 
sssurfertim


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Location: amityville
 posted 07/31/2009 09:40 PM  

Do you hunt this property in jersey?
 
ROCFISH


Joined: 09/29/2004
Posts: 268
 posted 08/01/2009 10:06 AM  

Amazing what can be done with farm raised deer and nutritional supplements. Shades
 
tonyzfishin


Joined: 02/04/2006
Posts: 29505
Location: Raritan Bay NY
 posted 08/02/2009 07:19 AM  

sssurfertim wrote:

Do you hunt this property in jersey?

I hunt in Ocean county (Jackson)
and Somerset county too (Watchung).....up
Also have permission to hunt 90 acre's in Hampton Bay's by Red Creek
want to try Sterling Forest this year too, been getting the permit for a couple of years now but havent had the time too go back....


This post edited by tonyzfishin 07:28 AM 08/02/2009
 
sssurfertim


Joined: 01/03/2007
Posts: 846
Location: amityville
 posted 08/02/2009 11:25 AM  

I just got permission for a 50 acre swamp/old apple orchard in Sussex near Port Jervis, Might get a license for the sept bow season up there. Lets see how much money i got left over from buying the NY licenseRoll
 
tonyzfishin


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Location: Raritan Bay NY
 posted 08/05/2009 06:40 PM  

just some more shots of the same deer.... different day....Toungue




 
tonyzfishin


Joined: 02/04/2006
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Location: Raritan Bay NY
 posted 08/06/2009 01:22 AM  

sssurfertim wrote:

I just got permission for a 50 acre swamp/old apple orchard in Sussex near Port Jervis, Might get a license for the sept bow season up there. Lets see how much money i got left over from buying the NY licenseRoll

I believe the NJ non-resident was 135.50.....surprisesurprise
License is good from Jan-Dec, it pays to buy it in Dec when they come out because the bow season runs from Sept into Feb where i hunt in Somerset county.......ShadesShadesShades
 
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