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  1. While waiting for the Spring fishing to get here, I've been thinking. What's the feasibility of buying property in South Jersey that would provide access to forest land and wetland, with access to productive saltwater creek/tidal river habitat? Far-fetched? Cost-prohibitive? How would you go about searching? In my pipe dreams, purchasing property where development cannot occur (due to wetlands restrictions, for example), could be relatively cost effective. I'm likely still years away from being able to think seriously about this, but it's fun to dream.
  2. For sale one unused unopened YakGear Ambush Camo Kayak Cover & Hunting Blind in RealTree Max5 camo pattern. Was going to do the kayak thing with my 12 foot Pungo this season, but ended up buying a BBSB and said screw it, why paddle when the BBSB can get to almost the same spots. It's not too late! Long Island Early Goose is open East until 9/30 and West opens on 10/13. Why not cash in on the mild weather and uneducated (somewhat) birds before they wise up. Duck are not far behind on 11/22. Its a universal fit with drawstrings at either end make for 12′ to 14′ kayaks, canoes and jon boats up to 38" wide. There are two flaps in the middle, connected by buckles, to conceal the hunter until you are ready to fire. Lay down and wait for your shot, then sit up and you’re ready to fire. Made of rip-stop material, tears should not be a problem if you run into any thick brush. Also has an oversized velcro flap in the back of the blind for access to the rear storage area. Boat handles are accessible at the front and back through slits that are pre-cut into the cover. You can also add your own brush on the cover using the pre-sewn vegetation webbing straps. Yak Gear is out of them and will not ship until late October 2018 if they come in. You can pick this one up on Long Island today. $175.00 FTF on Long Island including Queens. Other locations can be discussed. If shipping is required all costs are on the buyer. There are no bad days waterfowl hunting.
  3. Not sure if there is a NY hunting post yet for 2018. I know MASS has one but I scrolled back a bit and didn’t see one here. Please just point me in the right direction if I’m wrong, and if not, let this serve as the opening to share anything hunting.
  4. Do any of you guys know anyone who lives in Minnesota? I’ve been looking at moving out of NJ. I want to raise the kids in the country. Minnesota looks really nice, lots of land and it’s affordable.
  5. New condition, I've never hung this or hunted from it at all. Bought last fall from LL Bean with a gift card, but don't really see myself using it very much, i really just prefer hunting out of my climber or lone wolf hang on. It has a few handling marks as I moved this summer, but it's in otherwise mint condition. Adjustable platform and seat. If you've never used a Millenium stand before, they are extremely comfortable. Platform is about 24" wide and 33" deep, so it's a pretty good sized stand. Weighs about 20# and has a 300# capacity. Has a molded cam-lock harness that makes mounting to a tree easy and rock solid. I have no way to ship this so looking for a local sale in Massachusetts, RI, or maybe CT depending on location. Let me know if you are interested and we can work something out! These retail for $150-160, you can have this one for $110. I also have a set of 20' (5 4' sections) climbing sticks I can sell with it for an extra $25. They are guide gear brand and have never been used, still in the box. Take both for $125. The best part of Mass. archery season is upon us!!!
  6. NJ native here living in New Hampshire- looking into possible trip to NJ later this fall ( our pheasant season is done by end of October ) - Was wondering if any thoughts about new allocation system for how many birds stocked per site- (to put it in perspective- NJ stocks 50,000 + birds- NH only 12,000). Looks like the Delaware River areas are getting a ton of birds and other sites getting cut- Any thoughts or advice ?
  7. Ameristep Real Tree Pop-Up Hunting Blind, used but in good condition. $35, pickup/meetup in north Jersey, Jefferson/West Milford/Rockaway area.