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  1. Bubblehead

    Looking For Duck Recipes

    https://www.newjerseyhunter.com/forums/105-game-recipes/265657-waterfowl-recipes.html Take a walk to the dark side and read through this thread. Some good info and I just don't have time to retype everything.
  2. Just signed on to say that lol. Update from the OP?
  3. There is a whole world out there that I have no clue about lol. I've only been in 2 leagues, one of just family and one of a close group of friends so I haven't dug through the APP all that much to see other possibilities. We'll have to have a discussion about it next year. Could be fun. Am I correct about 12 being the maximum number of people in a yahoo league?
  4. Money leagues are tough when you don't know everyone personally. Tough to get everyone to put in and inevitably someone will get but hurt. I'd be for joining a money league but we'll have to find another volunteer to run it lol
  5. Points per reception. Most PPR leagues you get 1 point for making a catch as long as you gain positive yardage. So in a league where 10 yards equals 1 point a 1 yard reception would 1.1 points instead of .1 as would be the case in a non PPR league. Definitely put Cohen in for a PPR league. Also while on the topic would anyone be interested in a NJWW league next year? I'll put it together if we can get 8-12 people interested. No money just a friendly reason to bust each others balls
  6. Bubblehead

    CZ supreme field 28 gauge

    Got excited, thought this would be a for sale ad. Sweet gun
  7. Bubblehead

    Giant wi buck

    That has to be approaching a 30" spread! Any word on a score?
  8. Bubblehead

    duck hunting is... hard

    Not that what you said was deceiving necessarily but that some people see that little factoid and assume that they fly that fast all the time or that they fly that fast under normal conditions. I bet that bird they clocked had no idea it was capable of that kind of flight until running for its life while under chase by an airplane
  9. Bubblehead

    duck hunting is... hard

    The mergansers top recorded speed is 100 mph (approximately) this number is quite deceiving as that bird was clocked by an airplane that was chasing it. The standard flight speed of a merganser (even when fleeing hunters) is not even close to that, probably closer to half of that
  10. Bubblehead

    Quick limit

    Thats a good day ! In the bay or out front?
  11. Bubblehead

    Cigars, who smokes em?

    I agree with you jack, maybe I just haven't found the right one or my taste just hasn't evolved enough yet to realize why they are better but the 2 Cubans that have been given to me were not nearly as enjoyable as a lot of the other non Cubans I've had. I think the hype came from the "forbidden fruit" mentality everyone got when they were hard to come by in the states
  12. Bubblehead

    Cigars, who smokes em?

    When/where is this cigar fest?
  13. Bubblehead

    Rumor Has It.

    I'm sure he is even bigger now. Hope you catch up with him during the season
  14. Bubblehead

    Cigars, who smokes em?

    I got started because my buddies and I meet up once every 2 weeks to BS about the dumb things we used to do before life got in the way. My one friend is centrally located to the rest of us so we meet as his place and smoke cigars and sip our adult beverages in his machine shop. Great way to escape the pressures of life. I just had a sampler with 2 laflor brand cigars in it, I'm excited to try them.
  15. Bubblehead

    Cigars, who smokes em?

    I remember a thread regarding people's prefered whiskeys a while back and now this thread about coffee and got me thinking about another common vice and that is cigar smoking. I just recently began (about 6 months ago) regularly smoking cigars and am still sampling to find what I really enjoy. It's been a fun little hobby for the off season and it's been enjoyable learning and experimenting. So far 5 Vegas gold and rocky Patel Connecticut standout as easy to smoke and very smooth. I've really enjoyed infused cigars and Drew Estate is by far my favorite brand, their natural (formerly larutan), tabak and acid lines are incredible. When I'm knocking back a few whiskeys I've enjoyed everything I've tried from Gurkha especially the titan and rocky Patel broadleaf is decent. Who else smokes em and what do you like?