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About mike033089

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    Warren County, New Jersey
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  1. I buy permethrin and dilute with water. Spray my foundation outside, windows, garage etc every couple months, I hardly have a spider inside. And I’m in the middle of the woods. I read about it online, it works amazing.
  2. I also tried emailing the NJDEP for better maps that show hunting areas then the maps on the state park websites. Multiple emails, no answer. The only response I did was something along the lines of “we can’t really help you with that. Try stopping by each park”. Who the hell has time to drive to several state parks.
  3. Thanks for all the responses. That’s where I have always generally aimed. Been a few years since I’ve been out with the bow. Will he getting out within the next week or soo. And was interested on everyone’s take on the issue.
  4. doing some reading and i see conflicting stories. when aiming from a tree stand about 15-20' up and a deer about 20 yards away where does everyone aim? some articles said a bit higher than normal (normal meaning from the ground) so you get the exit wound and both lungs, others said a bit lower than normal. so which one is it?
  5. thank you for all the feedback, im test driving a tacoma tomorrow. im not worried about the back seat size. its not my daily driver as my commute is 85 miles round trip, more for yard work, fishing and hunting. my kid is 1 so i dont think they will complain when a bit older. ive had fords mostly the past 13 years a F150 and a F250 crewcab, no big complaints but honestly nothing american seems to be able to last or hold value like the toyota. the new 10 speed trans are trash in ford and GM (they refuse to act on it), the american companies need to hit the average MPG requirements for thei
  6. Thank you! Most I would tow is a Jon boat. So maybe I just need to v4?
  7. Sold my super duty and looking to downsize and get a truck that I can use as needed and will last a long time as I use a car to commute. Came across the Tacoma’s. Thoughts on them? Are they still known to last forever and hold their value? I’m leaning towards them and avoiding American as the newer models with 10 speed trans have lots of class action lawsuits pending with no recalls or solutions in sight. Also if anyone is a Toyota salesmen in the Warren/Sussex county area let me know if I do decide to go that way. Or if anyone purchased a new one lately curious as to what I can end up
  8. hey guys so i have had a cobra hand held release for the past 17 years now since i was 14. i dont bow hunt much but looking to get back into it more. i have a good amount of cabelas points to burn and was wondering on decent releases. im thinking of one of the ones that strap on the wrist. ive dropped my other one a couple times and rather not deal with that. also stupid question but would a new release affect my bow set up? assuming my anchor points would still be the same regardless of the release. thanks!
  9. im not sure if its because i have ordered from them in the past but every tuesday i get an email saying 10% off entire order today online. i know several others who get the same email weekly.
  10. good to know, someone mentioned rust issues to me about them. but its like anything else when you google. you get both sides of an opinion.
  11. if i made a topic and i no longer wish to have it up how do i go about deleting it? thank you
  12. in the market for a new used truck, and i am looking at everything. my previous 2 have been fords 150 and now a 250. but after 3k in the last 6 weeks on my 08 250 im done with it. so i have been looking for another truck. nothing fancy as i have a long commute and would only use it maybe 2 days a week to drive ( to keep it running well) and on weekends for fishing, hunting and side work. so ive been looking for newer, low mile striped down regular cab trucks. i have found a couple titans and was just curious as to how they are. everyone i know has rams, fords and gmcs. thanks
  13. I had one about 2” thick 6’ tall. I cut it below the soil level dumped concentrated weed killer on the cut part and covered in dirt 2 years ago. Never came back.
  14. been busy since we moved in but the wife and i really want to get the garden going next season. our plan down the road is pretty much a small scale functioning "homestead", garden, meat and even honeybees. so i am willing to take all the advice i can get to get us started on the right path to a successful garden. i would like to grow lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, string beans, zucchini, etc. my setup (size isnt an issue) will start smaller for the first year and i will expand it as i get the hang of it. i am looking to do raised beds on the ground as we are pretty rocky soil up here. (
  15. Thank you for all the tips! I have a lot to go with this lawn but this year I finally got the one sections going great. Currently I need to plant grass for areas around a patio we just had work done on. I planted an area where a swing set was a month ago with good results. This is our 3rd year at this house and it’s been a work in progress with the lawn. I’m surrounded by woods so I’m always fighting the weeds coming out of there. (Ugh stilt grass) I have a tow behind thatcher and did that this spring. Plan on doing it again In the fall to get the dead weeds up that I’ve been testing with
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