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How is it possible that people hunting public land this past weekend in NJ and no innocent bystanders were injured of killed??? [confused][confused][confused][eek][eek][eek][lol][lol][lol]

Stupid anti video full of false information...
 

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wow ignorant anti propaganda.....thats priceless.
 

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Let's keep it that way. Propaganda without credibility!
 

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Funny how ignorant these people are... their argument is that now canoers, hikers, and horseback riders have to "share" the park... well, unfortunately, there is no sunday bowhunting in "parks" only in WMA, which no biker, hiker, canoeist, horseback rider, or treehugger paid for. Hunters paid for that through lisence sales, and we've had to share the land we preserved with all of these other recreations. They are so quick to protest hunting on land that wouldn't be there if it weren't for us.. lets see how pissed they'd be if only hunters were allowed in the WMA since we paid for it... or how hurt they would be if the state turned around and charged a $5 biking or hiking permit.( which in all fairness they should do..use it, contribute)

Nothing pisses me off more than misinformed people having problems with hunting on WMA's, but yet they have no idea how that "public" land came to be.
 

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and apparently they dont no any fact lol cause any body can use a cross bow now lol and i dont think a deer hunter would be that close to a pavement trail lol im sorry its just too ridiculous not to laugh at that video wow thats a poor fight from the antis
 

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there is no sunday bowhunting in "parks" only in WMA, which no biker, hiker, canoeist, horseback rider, or treehugger paid for. Hunters paid for that through lisence sales
Just so we dont get accused of also spewing false information...horseback riders actually do have to pay for a permit to ride on WMA's. But the majority of the money that goes into them are from hunting/fishing license and equipment sales. But from what I've heard, the CO's arent very strict about checking horseback riding permits so a lot of people dont bother to get one [smirk]
 

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AWESOME POST KUZ valid points and a great idea for hiking permits!
 

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yea opening day after a couple does passed by joggers came off the trail and past my tree i was what the hell dont you people realize its hunting season the ignorance is a serious problem
 

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yea opening day after a couple does passed by joggers came off the trail and past my tree i was what the hell dont you people realize its hunting season the ignorance is a serious problem
I don't have problems with people in the woods. Sometimes, especially on slow days, it actually gets the deer moving around better.
 

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Did you guys see the "gun hunter" in that tree? with a rifle and no Orange on? looked set up by these dopes.[down]
 
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