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The effective range of a bow-shot at a deer is only about 40 yards; any longer and the deer has enough time to jump and won't be at the aiming point when the arrow arrives. Because of this, hunters very rarely take such long shots. Most NJ hunters hunt from tree stands. They can see you from much further than 40 yards, and you don't sound or look anything ...


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