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Looking for some reports on the show. I'll be headed down there to work the DRSFA booth Sunday morning.
 

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It was so bad, even the shamwow vendor stayed home[ko] No really it felt a little smaller than usual but gets you out of the house for a while and you get to see some of the nice deer taken in NJ last year.
 

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i'm going sunday. to my njh friends breakfast at my house. then we roll up to edison. Pork roll egg and cheese on kaiser rolls. check in via pm.
 

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It was so bad, even the shamwow vendor stayed home
NOT what I hear, seems he now is part of the Div. F+W and they have him set up in a booth selling crossbows.[lol]
 

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Get a few bucks off, free magazine subscription and donation to HHH if you buy online, link below.

The 2012 Garden State Outdoor Sportsmen's Show featuring the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife's Garden State Deer Classic is slated for January 12 - 15 at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center in Edison, NJ and promises to be the best ever. Continuing on the success of last year's program, the newly refurbished Deer Classic and Division of Fish and Wildlife display will be a focal point for the show. In addition, the Show has added several new attractions like the 3D Archery Shoot and an I Combat Outdoor Training Range that are sure to please, complementing the already high quality vendor and educational seminar line-up.
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> This year the Show is pleased to provide three very good reasons to purchase an online admission ticket. First, online tickets cost $2.00 less than the $12.00 at the door admission fee. Second, online ticket purchasers are being offered a 1 year subscription to a choice of Field & Stream, Caribbean Travel & Life, Outdoor Life or Popular Science magazine. Lastly, for every ticket sold online, the Show is donating $1.00 to New Jersey's Hunters Helping the Hungry (HHH).
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> HHH is a non-profit organization working with regional food banks that enables hunters to donate venison to the needy while addressing the overpopulation of deer in New Jersey. Purchasing an online ticket is a great way to support Hunters Helping the Hungry so it can continue to provide hunter donated venison to people in need.
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> Purchase tickets online at http://gsoss.ticketleap.com/garden-state-outdoor-sportsmens-show/t/HHH12/.
 

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I think just going and seeing some of the great animals harvested in NJ is worth the trip.

REAL proof that NJ can grow some great deer if they get some age on them
 

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REAL proof that NJ can grow some great deer if they get some age on them
Now Dan we all know ALL of those deer are directly the result of the wonderful management put in place by the NJ Div.F+W and the NJSFSC directed F+G council mere laymen should not be critical of the professionals. :D
 

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i love everyone that goes and says it sucks..

what did they effn think? like in one year its gonna change into Great Adventure of hunting shows..

it is what it is.. go walk around look at some hunting crap... and the NJ classic is worth it alone.. that and the pickles brings me every year..

ill be there sat midday with a peta shirt on..[ko]
 

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I thought the show was the best I've ever seen it. The deer display was fantastic. It really made each animal look its best. Did anyone else happen to notice the amount of great bucks taken last yr? The avg had to be in the high 140's. I think the show still needs some inprovement but it was by far better then years past!!
 
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