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by k-villa
Sun Sep 23, 2018 10:26 pm
Forum: Small Game Recipes
Topic: Spicy Crab Marinara
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Views: 85

Spicy Crab Marinara

Thanks to cousin Tom, and "It's what he does", I ended up bring home a few dozen NJ crabs. Boil crabs for 12 minutes. Let cool. Remove top shell by prying with thumb. Remove and discard rib like, grayish meat. Cut in half and remove innards. Remove all legs other than front claws. Rinse ou...
by k-villa
Sun Sep 23, 2018 10:09 pm
Forum: General - All about the Farm
Topic: Cheap and Effective Way on How to Keep Bucks from Rubbing Antlers on Fruit Trees - Aluminum Foil
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Views: 85

Cheap and Effective Way on How to Keep Bucks from Rubbing Antlers on Fruit Trees - Aluminum Foil

Every fall, I was trying to come up with an idea to simply wrap around a tree to keep bucks from rubbing their antlers on my fruit trees. I thought something shinny and reflective would be a great when the idea of using aluminum foil popped into my head. This is my third fall of wrapping my fruit tr...
by k-villa
Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:01 am
Forum: General Lounge
Topic: Wool, Wool, Wool Socks in July?
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Views: 311

Wool, Wool, Wool Socks in July?

Proven. Thanks to a good friend, John "Shakesbeard" Hoin--ski, I've become a fan of wool, especially in the field. It keeps you warm, even when wet, even cool, is long lasting, and excellent for bowhunting as it is quiet. Base layer of cotton t, cotton long sleeve, fleece, then wool is my ...
by k-villa
Mon May 14, 2018 7:55 am
Forum: Vegetable and Flower Gardening
Topic: k-villa 2018 garden
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Views: 1649

k-villa 2018 garden

Heirloom seedlings started: Roma (started 2011) Martha Washington (15) Portugal Candy (15) Best Cherry (11) Beef (11) San Marzanio (15) Sweet Thai Chili (15) Bell (11) Jalapeno (11) Cayenne (11) Cayenne (11 seeds from 12) Old German (11) thanks to J Hoinowski for I lost the strain in 2014 (always go...
by k-villa
Sat Feb 24, 2018 6:54 pm
Forum: Hunting - Personal Yearly Journals
Topic: k-villa 2017-18 hunting journal
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k-villa 2017-18 hunting journal

Fall NJ season 2017 G. son, age 10 (nearly 11), scored a 100, gets hunting license day after opener, a Sunday morning. Sunday afternoon, no earn-a-buck applies to youth, 5 point comes in. Wake him from solid nap. Long wait with crossbow on rail in awkward tiring position. Slight angle towards but ni...
by k-villa
Sat Feb 03, 2018 11:46 pm
Forum: Archery History
Topic: Legendary Archer and Hall of Famer, Ann Clark Passes
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Views: 1676

Legendary Archer and Hall of Famer, Ann Clark Passes

Sadly, I just read today that Hall of Famer, Ann Clark has passed away. Though I never personally met her, from what I read and have been told of Ann, she was also an outstanding women, full of life, liked by all and influenced many. Ann was the NAA champion in 1955 and 1960, Ben Pearson Open Indoor...
by k-villa
Thu Feb 01, 2018 10:35 pm
Forum: Archery History
Topic: Dick Mauch to Introduced into Archery Hall of Fame
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Views: 1412

Dick Mauch to Introduced into Archery Hall of Fame

A man very well deserving of the Archery Hall of Fame, Dick Mauch will be introduced into the Archery Hall of Fame this Sept 7-8, 2018 at Bass Pro in Springfield, Missouri. Dick was a pioneer in the archery industry and served as Fred Bear's territory sales manager, was owner of Husker Bowstrings fo...
by k-villa
Sun Jan 21, 2018 9:42 pm
Forum: General Lounge
Topic: NJ in for some trouble with new Governor Murphy
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Views: 1642

NJ in for some trouble with new Governor Murphy

Wants to model NJ as California. Our top source for NJ news is NJ.com, and the title of the article states it all: "Phil Murphy on weed, taxes, Trump. And making N.J. the next California." http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2018/01/phil_murphy_entrance_interview.html California is in hug...
by k-villa
Tue Jan 16, 2018 12:28 am
Forum: Concept Archery Annual Hunts
Topic: Our CA6 Experience - 2017 Arkansas Ozarks
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Views: 1832

Our CA6 Experience - 2017 Arkansas Ozarks

Home of the largest Juniper berries... Arkansas Ozarks, 2017 My goal was to find a persimmons tree and set up the double ladder by it so that the lad could take his very first deer. I was excited about a tree in a food plot just a short walk from camp. We drove to it and set up the stand. Saturday, ...

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