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Big news in NJ- photo of the doe with an arrow and BH stuck through its head walking around.

Is there a BH org in NJ? Don't you think it would be a great idea to get out in front of this and donate to the F&G to dart that doe and nurse her back to health and bowhunters provided the funds?

I'm in for $100 if someone can direct me to the right org

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Jerry Jeffer
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That isn't real. That was started by an anti.

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Turns out it really was true. There are photos of fish and game removing the arrow.

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Jerry apparently this was a true story. I thought it was a fake started by anti's too until I was approached and questioned by a CO because he noticed me carrying my long bow. I was asked if I had heard of the doe with the arrow through it face. Naturally I said yes. Told him I thought it was a hoax. The CO then said that since I was hunting "not very far from where it happened" he wanted to know what broadheds I use and had in my quiver. I told him that IMHO it was done by some irresponsible kid shooting one of his Dad's arrows he found in the garage. I handed over my quiver and showed him my carbons topped with Grizzly single bevel broadheads. I also pointed out that I don't shoot aluminum shafts and Zwicky broadheads. He soon bid me a good day and good luck hunting.

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