Sounds like you're east of Old Mine Rd., when you refer to the lake/pond near the ballfield maybe? I usually hunt on the west side of Old Mine Rd.(the road changes names at some point there), between the road and the Del. River. The only remains after 6-day shotgun and permit season I've seen were still walking and breathing. I'll probably head out there next week for some turkey hunting myself, work permitting.ended up on the other end of the lake and then worked my way back.
Hard to clarify for you without knowing what road and where along it, don't want to misinform you. Try to get some maps from the F&G website to help you.It looked like across the road is also part of the WMA?
Then keep the questions coming.I am new to hunting, never hunted before, this is my first time out.
Yes it is, a small portion. That is where I was bunny hunting.It looked like across the road is also part of the WMA?
NIce job cat. Those birds must have flown over from Flatbrook or the Water Gap.Shot some woodcock there this past season and a couple hen pheasants
from Rt. 650 made a left onto Rt 675. Drove about 2 miles and the made a left into the WMA.Hard to clarify for you without knowing what road and where along it, don't want to misinform you. Try to get some maps from the F&G website to help you.
That's exactly where I was..I dont get it either. I saw an article about deer being dumped in Montague and the writer suggested perhaps it was roadkill being dumped there or poachers. I am just glad I didn't bring my 4 yer old son with me.hainesville pond , if you pull in there there are tons of deer carcasses all over. I don't know if they were neccessarily poached but still not cool. You see that in a bunch of different spot around the county, pull into a parking area and have a pile of dead rotting deer. I dont get it.