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  1. Some of the responses here are pretty hypocritical if you ask me, every year some new hunters come here to ask questions or asked to be mentored. What do they usually get? Smart ass responses or the things they already know (because they’re on the Internet) like “tons of good information on the internet”. I know this because I read the comments and pm these folks to give any advice I can. The usual conclusion from them is it’s a “tough crowd” on here. I can totally understand not wanting to meet up with a stranger and take them to our spots as it’s a real thing of getting our spots burned that we put a lot of time finding or liability issues. But the nasty, wise ass, I’m the funny guy looking for laugh likes comments they receive when asking questions is ridiculous. There may be less hunters but IMO with shrinking amount of huntable land the number of hunters per square mile has actually increased leading to more competition and frustration, coupled with a shrinking game population it’s a recipe for failure in recruitment!
  2. I’ve been trying to find heads to eat at a reasonable price for some time now but nothing around me! The fat to meat ratio in heads is amazing and top off meat close to bone, yes please! My favorite meat is lamb, I fell in love with goat dishes from the streets of Jamaica and I’ve been looking for pig and cow heads for some bbq. I just watched a Bizarre Foods where they did steer head barbacoa and it looks melt in your mouth amazing! But I’m the guy that eats every bite of every bit of meat that touches my plate.
  3. They all suck these days with the water saver eco BS! Everything comes out smelling and tasting like dishwasher detergent. I do a lot of kitchens and none that I’ve come across are great. If if I had to give a recommendation I’d find the least economical one you can find.
  4. I can’t speak for Cutco but my wife bought me a real 8 inch Henkel’s chef knife about 6 years ago and it’s been a wonderful knife for me! I use it almost daily and never had to sharpen it. I hone it on the steel all the time to refine the edge but never once put it on a stone. It still slices tomato’s like butter and chops anything and everything. I do treat it like a baby though as it never touches anything but food and a soft cutting board. I hand wash and when it does get put away in a drawer it’s in a protective sleeve.
  5. Hitemnasty

    People suck

    As hammer pointed out it’s still a option on my app. Good luck getting it back, I think you might have a chance!
  6. Hitemnasty

    People suck

    Report it stolen in the app. It’s linked to cell towers so maybe they can track it down if it’s turned on again. I don’t get why steal a cell cam because the thief can’t use it!
  7. Just added this to my bookmarks recipes folder!
  8. Best meals come out of one pan, never let all those flavors go to waste!
  9. Mute your phone and the only difference between this forum and a group text is in text you usually know everyone personally. Your phone should be muted anyway because that’s one of the most annoying things is hearing others people’s phones going off so they can act like they’re important or something!
  10. Hitemnasty

    It's Valentines Day

    Everyday is bj day if you play your cards right! Oh you want your brakes done?... 3 bj’s. Oh you want that room painted that’s at least a 2 bj job.... Oh dinner with your annoying friends that’s going to cost you...hehehe It works!
  11. It’s such a joke, “I can’t do anything about it”! Yes you can you just don’t want to bother. I bet if they caught a guy that drove his truck onto a field to load up a deer they would do something about it but that same field can be a ATV track free for all.
  12. In the early years of my hunting, maybe the third or fourth year of hunting with the bow (12-13 years old) I have yet to connect on a deer with my dads old model T compound bow, a bow that was about 2/3rds the height of me! The bow had the old style rest with a plunger and I would stick my arrow between the rest and the plunger so it would bang around and fall off as it sit on my lap. Well a nice 6 point and a spike come in at like 5 yards broadside, I had the jump on them! Perfect broadside, couldn’t miss it I tried kinda situation. I raise my bow and draw back, it’s all coming together and about to happen but as I’m drawing back the arrow falls out and drops straight to the ground because of the friction of it not being on the rest! I forgot to set it back on! Needless to say the deer ran off and my heart broke. I’ll never forget that, it’s like it was yesterday, I can still see the rack and the way the deer looked up at me before bounding off. Probably better than if I was able to actually get the shot off and wound him. I’ve had many other screwups since but that’s my first big one and really stands out in my memory.
  13. Carbon powder bath or fresh air. If you have the time nothing will take better care of it than some fresh air. Carbon powder bath is pretty incredible also though!
  14. Have you ever tried it?? The people I got it from said it was pretty damn good and it was a mild flavor not off putting at all! I’m not concerned about what it taste like as much as I am about it’s tenderness. They made stew so they couldn’t answer that question People eat all kinds of weird stuff and I really don’t think beaver is that strange. What about the rats that climb trees or porcupine or number of other things like duck that gets eaten? Wild ducks pretty much taste like garbage but guys shoot tons of them and somehow choke them down?! It’s not a carnivore, they don’t eat mud so what can really be so bad about it? I would like to think that most of the trappers eat them or why else would you do it? It’s not for the 5$ fur after the time it takes to do all the other work involved. Otherwise it’s just killing to kill unless they’re damaging someone’s property. I’m going to try it, like they say “don’t knock it till you try it” and I’ll post up my opinion on it. Hell, at least it’s not coyote like Mazzgolf cooked up!!!! Now that’s something we know shouldn’t be eaten!
  15. Just because a bottle is that expensive doesn't mean its going to taste any better or get you any more buzzed than a 30$ bottle. It's rare and is just a status symbol for insecure rich people!
  16. I grew up in a house that was heated with a large wood burning stove in the basement. We had electric heat that I guess was too expensive for my parents at the time to heat the house and I was cheap labor for gathering and splitting wood! The house was 2 story and a basement and it had 4 fan vents in the floor to bring heat up from the basement to the other floors. They were a normal looking vent with a small fan built in to it and had a adjustable speed dial. So if you looked through the vent you can see the floor below, worked pretty good at keeping the entire house warm.
  17. Good luck on your voyage! I may not have a clue but wouldn’t a all meat diet lead to some bowel movement issues?
  18. Yes there’s stuff on google about it, just as there is with any question asked on this forum. I was just looking for a little more detail about what to expect and I certainly got that!! Lol Think I’ll try the chocolate syrup and whipped cream recipe this weekend...
  19. Alright I should've known better with this crowd!!! Haha can we try and keep it clean its a legit question? FYI though, I prefer raw clam over beaver anyway!
  20. Friends of mine got their trapping license this year and are slaying it on them SOB's, almost caught a two person limit! They've made some stew with some meat they got and they enjoyed it, thats a easy one and a no brainer but I was wondering if any of my fellow Jerseyians had any unique ways to cook them up? I have some hind legs, tail meat (not the flat paddle part, the meat before that, the meat still covered in fur) and some loin meat. I have no Idea how tough it is or what the silver skin might turn out like but I'm thinking like a braised roast for some parts, pull it and make some tacos or something like that. Id take any recommendations wether smoked, grilled, baked or fried!
  21. Cost comes down to rarity and not much else. The older the drink the more rare it becomes along with single barrel stuff instead of blended whiskeys. There’s really good tasting whiskey out there under 30 dollars and some that I’ve tried taste better than the 50-60$ bottles. I’ve really come to like Buffalo Trace bourbon at 30$ a bottle. It’s a well rounded bourbon that’s really smooth. I like it much better than some of the 50-60$ bottles, which is a good thing because I was buying way too much of that stuff and my wallet was loosing a lot of weight!
  22. Looks like a pretty sweet rig, now I want one! Though I just upgraded my Weber kettle with the gourmet bbq system that has nicer grate and inserts for different kinds of cooking so I’ll keep it in my wish list. Nice bonus gift with it also, I have a little older version of that bbq monitor and it works nicely. The extra 20$ is a no brainer for the bonus items it comes with!
  23. This may be the longest sentence Ive ever read! haha I thought some on here were bad with run ons, damn
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