You could pan fry it
Haha. Typical njh responses . 99% of the tanned pelts I sell go to guys who couldn't find there way to there tool shed let alone hunt or trap something. That's why they BUY things like this for there man caves, offices etc. Fine with me. I've also sold quite a few animals in the round walking out of the woods with them on state land. Goes like this usually. ..." wow is that a coyote?" " no its a Grey fox" " man that's awesome! , would you sell it?" " sure $250 " "ok that sounds good, follow me back to my truck" ....dome deal. Everyone on here is so quickly to pass judgment. Sad.
You can do a lot more for the environment by carrying a rifle then carrying a sign.
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I dont't have the fish with me so I can't measure but he is suppose to drop it off later today or tomorrow morning and i will get a good measurement. It's definitely a nice size bass but that is all I know as of now.
I hope you all realize it is illegal to sell antlers in NJ. That means old mounts from estate sales.
AWD yup it is but go to Ebay and see whats on there. lol
I actually wanted to buy a Bobcat mount. I passed on a nice cat in Texas because it was long and skinny. I had seen another cat that was huge but presented no shot. I had the long skinny one at the Foxpro for what seemd liked 20 minutes. I had the cross hairs on it and saftey off, took up some trigger and decided it was not what I wanted. The guide said man I never saw anyone pass a cat that close and shook my hand. I had that cat if I touched the trigger any more it was over. no need to kill one to have it mounted.
The same way its illegal to have leg traps on the wall of a resturant. Presidence was set that other than "raw" anterlers it wont be an issue. mounts that are sold should contain information of the person that did the harvest.
You cannot sell whitetail antlers, mounted or otherwise in N.J. I can't sell mounts that a few dead beats don't pick up, wish I could but thats N.J.
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