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CNJFO's Annual Hog Hunt is always a great time!  Here's the Details:

What:  An ANY WEAPON Hog Hunt with NO LICENSE required!  Just $400 per Hog!

When:  Sunday January 28th, 7:45 am. 

Where:  150 acre island in middle of the Susquehanna River, off Bainbridge, PA (near Harrisburg).

Who:  This Hunt is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, so CNJFO membership is NOT required.  Age 10 & up (with parental supervision)!

Why:  This is our Winter Fundraiser to FIGHT BAD GUN LAWS!  

How:  Pay a $200 deposit HERE:  http://www.cnjfo.com/event-2746575  to confirm your registration and your $200 balance is broken-up into (2) additional payments of just $100 each (total per animal is just $400)!  We invoice you to bill your credit card.  Or you may pay in-full at time of booking with a credit card or paper check mailed to our PO Box 768, Sewell, NJ  08080.


We will also be holding a raffle on the island featuring all sorts of great prizes including firearms instruction, ammo, range passes, CNJFO membership, CNJFO apparel, shooting accessories, and a ton of other useful prizes.  If someone here has a prize to donate, just contact us to do so!  Gun For Hire Goody Bags are given complimentary to each Hunter!

For those that wish to do a little more than merely "Shoot & Scoot" on a Sunday, we have a pre-Hunt Saturday filled with enough to do to make it worthwhile to bring a spouse or significant other along for the weekend!  In addition to a self-guided tour of Lancaster County countryside, also available on Saturday the 27th is a Winery Tour & Tasting of Nissley Wines in Bainbridge, PA!  Full range Winery from sweet to dry, priced right!  Split a case with a friend or take a case home for yourself!  http://www.nissleywine.com  .

Saturday night we go to Dinner at Bube's Brewery in Mount Joy, PA.  It's on the National Historic Register & they conduct a tour on the way to your seat!  We go to the Catacombs Restaurant, which is the storage area where kegs of beer were kept cold 30 feet underground as far back as the 1800's!  Full range menu, all popular brands of beer and their own award-winning creations.  Full bar for those so inclined.  http://www.bubesbrewery.com/restaurants/catacombs/  .

We stay at a Mount Joy, PA B&B that is GUN FRIENDLY (Rosey wears his brace of Colt Cap & Ball revolvers to Breakfast!), and costs LESS than the local Holiday Inn Express!  Doris's hearty home-cooked breakfast is served to us EARLY so we can drive the short 12-15 minutes to the Boat Ramp for the Hunt!  Here's the web site:  http://www.thevictorianrosebandb.com .  Bube's Brewery is just a short 4 block walk from the B&B!

You can butcher yourself (all animals will be field-dressed by the professional guide service, please TIP THEM) OR do what most do and transport your hog to V. Roche & Sons in Whitehouse Station, NJ.  Chic Roche is a master butcher, and a CNJFO sponsor.  No deposit is required.  In 2-3 weeks you'll get a call to come pick up your fully-processed hog.  YOU get to pick what you want done (we all LOVE his thick-cut BACON) with your animal.  Prices vary $225- $275 depending upon hanging weight after skinning and how much smoked pork products you desire.  Some of us get both smoked & fresh chops and hams.  

So please consider joining us as we travel to Bainbridge, PA to harvest some of Pennsylvania's best hogs & have some great camaraderie doing it!

Thanks for reading!

Dave "Rosey" Rosenthal, VP

Coalition of New Jersey Firearm Owners (CNJFO)


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12 hours ago, Scorpio64 said:

So, for two to three times the cost of a fully dressed pig from a butcher, we get the privilege of killing a destructive species for just just $400 a hog.  Thanks, I'll pass.

And some folks here wonder why almost ALL 2A groups tend to not bother with this forum??  LOL, maybe THIS^^^ is why??

FYI these hogs run 250-300 pounds prior to field dressing & skinning.  So your numbers are WAY OFF.  But no matter.  So congratulations on your "put-down" opinion.  I guess your Mama never told ya about "iffin' you got nuthin' good to say, to keep yer YAP SHUT"??

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UPDATE:  The Hunt is already half sold-out!  We still have slots available!

If anyone from here booked it, thank you kindly for recognizing a value & for your continued support of our mission!


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Sorry man, but paying $400 to kill a destructive animal that is costing farmers thousands every year, and only getting worse, is like the exterminator paying me to come and kill vermin in my home.  My mama (rest her soul) taught me that a fool and his money are easily parted and she didn't raise a fool.


EDIT:  I just noticed that this is a fundraiser, so, okay, maybe I jumped the gun a little.  I have participated in discussions on national forums about the problem of wild boar.  These bastards need to become extinct, like yesterday.

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