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    My father and I each got a rooster there first thing this morning and missed two others. 3 minutes before legal time we had a rooster strutting up the road that seperates the fields. We let him slip in the field and then worked the dog on him. I had a perfect shoot at another rooster on a 5yd flush and when I put the bead on him, All I could see was the orange hat of some jackass that decided that it would be a good idea to work directly across our line of fire and I had to pull the shot away. All in all , it was still a good morning. Also saw a large hen struttin across someone's dirt driveway on the way out .
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    I hunted Glassboro for 15 years, in and out of the state. I have never seen a mature deer in there. I have shot 2 1/2 olds but never a mature deer. I have learned alot about deer hunting in them woods, mostly back before baiting was legal. Glassboro woods are really cool, I would love to be the sole owner of them woods, I know if people would pass the young bucks that place could produce some monsters!
    Michigan transplant, Now live in South Jersey.

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    It's getting so thick and swampy in certain spots that I think the terrian would give the Navy SEALS a run for their money. The mud by the "gaslines" is like quicksand.Many years ago, I tried to walk through a shallow puddle there , and immediatly sunk up to my waist in mud and had to be pulled out by another hunter. There were tire tracks leading right through it , so maybe somebody's car was down there as well Ive also seen walls of briars 8 Ft. high and 20Ft. deep in some spots in that place.
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    I have been out there a few times for pheasant with my dad. He used to hunt it a lot more for pheasant before I was born. The times I have gone out I have seen a lot of good sign and some nice rubs. The swamps are nasty, but there are some really big deer in there. I think like the #5 jersey deer came outta there or something like that. He told me he used to see really nice bucks run in front of him and behind him on the trails. I thought about bow hunting it this fall but passed it up because I found a closer place..I may look into it next year.
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    I live 5 minutes away, but it seems like it would get too crowded for bow with all the old stands and ribbons in such a small area. I keep saying i'm gonna give it a try there, but keep driving to Winslow WMA each year.Maybe next year.
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    I have a friend that lives very close to the woods and he has 35 should mounts on his walls and 75 percent of them have came within a mile of his house. There are big deer around there, you just have to find areas that aren't as pressured so they feel confortable moving during daylight hours.
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