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chilly923

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About chilly923

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  • Birthday 12/19/1972

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    Sussex County, New Jersey

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  1. chilly923

    11/07 Check In = BBD for Greybeard!

    Lots of young bucks not sleeping here in 2. 20181107_072053.mp4
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    Permit season reminder

    Should be 1 buck per year, yet if guys don't shoot their 6 yearling bucks every season they didn't get their money's worth. The greed and gluttony of NJ hunting.
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    Wood insert loading question

    You shouldn't shovel out the hot coals between every few loads of wood. Those coals retain the heat you're trying to warm your house with. Burn a hot fire before bed and then load it up and damper it down before bed. When you get up burn another hot fire to burn off any residual creosote on the glass and lower stove pipe, should just take a bit of storing to get the coals glowing again. Then damper down the next load of wood to burn awhile when you're out for the day. Takes some practice and a few seasons to get a good system in place. I also split all nighters and quick burning pieces and go through 4-6 cords a year.
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    Smooth bore 20 gauge slugs?

    Brenneke Green Lightning... They hit hard!
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    Wood fire place insert

    Lopi would be my recommendation. I installed mine myself, with permits, not hard to do. It paid for itself the first year think it was 08 when fuel was around $4 a gallon. If you're in North West nj check out Stoves and stuff on 611 in PA. Hard to beat their prices or customer service. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G930A using Tapatalk
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    Tank 9PT Down

    Nice buck congrats! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G930A using Tapatalk
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    Maine 6 Point 223#

    Nice job up there... congrats!
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    Back Strap Marinade

    Best tasting way I've found is to mix equal parts about 1 tablespoon each... Chili powder, fine ground or instant coffee, cumin, salt, paprika, brown sugar and a pinch of red pepper flakes. Coat the backstraps with olive oil then rub with seasoning and let sit a few hours. Sear them in a cast iron skillet or on the grill to rare or med-rare. I also prefer to cut backstraps with the bone in like chops.
  9. chilly923

    Sons Maine Buck

    Congrats to both you and your son on an outstanding buck, from an area of tough hunting.
  10. chilly923

    Youth Shotgun Saturday - Who Is Takin Em Out?

    Hope to find the time with his busy schedule. This will be my son's last year as a youth. My daughter will be turning 10 next year, so I'll be able to start all over. She can't wait to shoot bigger bucks than her big brother.
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    I rushed the shot...

    Nice job, congrats!
  12. chilly923

    Mr and Mrs smokester double up on 2 8pters

    Congrats, looks like an expensive Taxidermy bill
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    Buck Down

    Nice buck, congrats!
  14. chilly923

    Nephew got a beautiful 9 point

    Nice, congrats to the hunter!
  15. chilly923

    Two Deer Down in VA.

    Congratulations to both of you