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Hey everyone, I am 40, from Livingston, Essex County, and moved from Europe to the states three years ago (hunting over there is kind of a no go). I've got my bowhunting license for this season, but as I am new to hunting, I am kind of struggling how to start. Therefore I figured it'd be nice to make hunting friends who are experienced. And no, I am not looking to take away someone's spot or meat or whatever, the sole purpose of this post is to meet people I can learn from and that share the passion for the outdoors and hunting. I am thankful for any advice. Many thanks and stay safe.
 

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One way to meet other bow hunters is to shoot at a local indoor range. Down here in So. Ocean County, the indoor range at Shooters is a good place to meet people. Check-out your area for a range...just one idea.
 

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There are also several NJ based sportsmans organizations that you can get involved in and meet people......United Bowhunters of NJ and NJ Federation of Sportsmen are two that I am familiar with....... Lincoln Park Archers, WA-XO-BE Archery and WO-PE-NA Archery are several other bow organizations and clubs available to get involved with..... I don't know much about them and maybe some others from this site can be of more assistance with those...
 

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I am from West Orange
just pm me, I will give you some info for public places close to you
I have three seasons with a couple of kills, I consider myself a beginner but if I can help, I will
 

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any advice for a newbie hunter starting off with small game (squirrel/rabbit) at black river WMA? Planning on heading out at the start of the season 9/28..
 

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I am a rep for the UBNJ. We will be running meet and greets, seminars, 3D shoots, league shoots, and having game dinners all across the states. Becoming a member is cheap and easy! $25 gets you a membership, a quarterly magazine, hunting insurance, and opens up opportunities for deer management hunts when we have them. Give us a follow on Facebook and we post a lot of info there. Also, you can become a member on our website! And find your county rep under the contact list. He will be more than happy to help point you in the right direction!


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