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  1. 7 points
    DonBo

    Arizona Elk!

    10 long years we've been building up bonus points. Just got notice it's official, we drew! Pretty darned excited about it. Time to get in shape.
  2. 7 points
    rl_sd

    Time for a smoke

    Well.... here it is in all its glory. A fair amount of work and time, but still worth it. I forgot to count the number of packages, but there is a bunch... 3/4 of a garbage bag worth. Regarding HM vs Tenderquick- I think that I will go TQ next time. The salt taste and texture is just “different”. I did rub down one of the butts with real maple syrup before I smoked it and it added a nice hint of extra sweetness. I think that I over cooked the Canadian bacon a bit, but it was still good. Next time I want to try making a Cajun and jalapeño flavors.
  3. 6 points
    Moonshine

    Just Food and Drink

    A pic from Sunday.
  4. 6 points
    bobberineyes

    What's on the grill

    With all the steak shots on the other thread I just had to. Chuck eye, bacon wrapped taters n scallops. Was raining to hard fer action shots..
  5. 6 points
    Duffman

    Just Food and Drink

    Double Gloucester with Blue Stilton topped ribeye.
  6. 5 points
    Duffman

    Just Food and Drink

    Bordelouse wine sauce topped Beef Wellington. Lemon garlic risotto and a crab tower with avocado + gazpacho salsa salad. Why yes.........the old lady is back in town.
  7. 5 points
  8. 4 points
    Duffman

    Just Food and Drink

  9. 4 points
    bobberineyes

    What's on the grill

    Nope, my dance floor gets cleaned off . As a matter of fact more wings went on fer lunch..
  10. 3 points
    chaffmj

    What's on the grill

    The crushed beer can?
  11. 3 points
    Duffman

    Just Food and Drink

    Hey now.........I was bacheloring it this past weekend, hence the paper plates and meals that were 90% protein.
  12. 3 points
    eyeguy 54

    3 Finches

    First time seeing these 3 on the feeder at one time. Pretty neat. Goldie, house and pine siskin.
  13. 3 points
    smurfy

    Just Food and Drink

    Chunk of sirloin grilled and hash browns.
  14. 3 points
    Jim Almquist

    Bourbon and Whiskey

    If you can find them for a reasonable price a Oliva Master Blend 3 is a nice smoke that dose not need a lot of rest. A Crown Heads Jericho Hill or Arturo Fuente Hemingway are also a nice smokes that should not need much rest. If you can pick up a fiver from JRs or Famous and keep them in Tupperware with a 65% Boveda Pack you can let them rest until you want to smoke. The prices on line are better then most shops, and most shops keep there cigars a little too wet for smoking right away. All of these are more of the medium type smokes so they are a little easier to take on when you don't smoke often.
  15. 3 points
    nofishfisherman

    Bourbon and Whiskey

    We did of course drink each one but we did foresee the issue of getting drunk so we tried to remain moderately sober throughout the process. Each sample was a splash in a glass, not 25 separate shots. I would say we were all in pretty good shape throughout the tasting and could remain reasonable objective throughout without the liquor doing all the talking. After the tasting was over is when the wheels sort of fell off of things. Thats when we headed outside for cigars and a couple more drinks that were a touch larger than a splash in a glass.
  16. 3 points
    Big Dave2

    Major Storm "be Prepared"

  17. 3 points
    leech~~

    New Pellet Grill And Cooler Combo!

    You got to pay for the ice and beer but the pellets are free!
  18. 3 points
    PurpleFloyd

    New Pellet Grill And Cooler Combo!

    Looks like you could also convert the top tank into a sue veed apparatus.
  19. 3 points
    jjdubsoutdoors

    Fort Peck Montana Lake Trout

    Drove 16 hours, 1000 miles from Wisconsin to our destination Fort Peck Lake Montana. Our goal was to catch lake trout ice fishing. It wasn't more than 10 minutes into dropping lines in the water that we already had two hookups and one lake trout on the ice. Throughout the day we had steady action pulling lake trout through the ice. Eddie from Lakeridge Motel was super helpful in setting us up on general areas where to go, baits, and techniques. Stay tuned for Episodes Two and Three, the lake trout continued to get bigger each day! This day we set up on a nice 40-50 foot hump surrounded by deeper 70-80 foot water. Most of them were caught on either big spoons or big jigs with tubes, largo shad, or hair jigs. If you get the chance to ever make it out there, it is definitely a neat lake to check out for some amazing opportunity to catch giant lakers, walleye, and pike. Unfortunately we never made it around to targeting walleye or pike too much, but a few weeks ago a guy pulled up a 34" 16# walleye further up river. What a neat fishery. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i74ShAZoSZg
  20. 3 points
    Jeremy airjer W

    Please Help I’m Fed Up...

    Here is what I would do. Hook up the trailer and turn on the 4 way flashers or hold the brake pedal down. Now you have a known good on the right side to compare to. Go to the fuse box under the hood and locate the "TRL L TRN" and "TRL R TRN" fuses (both 10 amp fuses). With either a test light or a multi meter check the fuses for power. should see 12 volts on both or the test light should illuminate brightly. If the right side does and the left side does not, unplug the trailer and recheck. If the left side fuse now shows power the problem is in between the fuse block and the turn hazard switch or the turn hazard switch itself. If there is good power at both of the fuses than the problem is in between the fuse block and the trailer plug. Power is going away as soon as you plug in the trailer which tells us there is probably a corroded wire in that circuit. If you where to measure the voltage at the trailer you will probably find there is still a small amount still present on the circuit. Corrosion = resistance = voltage drop under load. You will be looking for the yellow wire that runs from the fuse block to the trailer plug. There are typically connectors in the harness near the rear of the vehicle. Find that wire in the connector and back probe it with trailer connected. If there is 12 volts the problem is towards the trailer. If there is not 12 volts the problem is towards the fuse block.
  21. 3 points
    Jeremy airjer W

    Please Help I’m Fed Up...

    Bad grounds make trailer lights do odd things. Tail llights work until you step on the brake then nothing works until you let off the brake. Tail lights off and all the lights flash when using the turn signal. It is likely not a ground issue.
  22. 2 points
    Moonshine

    Just Food and Drink

    I was at O'Moonshines. They have a chef named Tipsy McStagger.
  23. 2 points
    Duffman

    Just Food and Drink

    Back to simple, but still tasty. White chicken chili hanging out in the crockpot today.
  24. 2 points
    Duffman

    Just Food and Drink

    That meal was supposed to take place last April with another couple at our house, then some dumb blizzard got in the way. They had their kitchen remodeled in the last year, so we were invited over to cook dinner at their place. Great meal, but oh so rich.
  25. 2 points
    if you use the trailer much, just screw on some plastic glides, it also makes loading and unloading a snap. here is a picture of my glides on the utility trailer.
  26. 2 points
    Wanderer

    Foam Rollers

    That’s great news @Grainbelt and that kinda sums up the direction I’m hoping this takes me. I was told on my first try that you’re supposed to keep at it till it doesn’t hurt anymore, then things will where they’re supposed to be. I’ve made MANY visits to Chiropractors so I have a pretty good idea what’s going on when I get tight. I’m very familiar with all my troubled spots. Last night I was bachin’ it and rolled on the living room floor trying a bunch of different angles. I got one angle going that was perfectly on one of my worst knots that hardly ever gets reached. The hurt was SO good that if my wife had the place mic’d up she would’ve heard enough to call a divorce lawyer!
  27. 2 points
    Grainbelt

    Foam Rollers

    I use a smooth 3ft roller. Chiropractor got me started using one for low back pain. There are many videos on you tube to help fix what ails you. I had a bad knee that I couldn't fold back as far and set on my knees, butt to heels working on something like I used to. The foam roll fixed that mainly from rolling the side of my thigh above the knee joint to just below the hip joint. Really hurt the first week when I started rolling. Now it feels really good when I roll. I was thinking about getting a textured one now but glad I started with smooth. I have fixed my back, shoulder and knee pain using the foam roller. Have a doctor check you before hand internally like with xrays so that you don't amplify a problem. My problems were from muscles where along in life I injured myself and other muscles compensated for the injury and became tight. I highly recommend them.
  28. 2 points
  29. 2 points
    leech~~

    Running Carbides And Wearbars

    If you are using your dad's trailer very much. Bolt on two strips of plywood on the expanded metal ramps where your skis run. It may make your Dad happy you aren't beating the craap out of his ramps and save your new carbides!
  30. 2 points
    Big Dave2

    New Pup

    Time to watch TV.....
  31. 2 points
    leech~~

    Running Carbides And Wearbars

    Like the others have said. Put them on now, this is the time of year with a lot of Ice patches and you could use them.
  32. 2 points
    Wanderer

    Running Carbides And Wearbars

    Put em on and enjoy a better ride for the rest of the season. That’s what ya got em for.
  33. 2 points
    Walleyehooker

    Running Carbides And Wearbars

    If you have them why wouldn't you just put them on now. I would
  34. 2 points
    nofishfisherman

    Bourbon and Whiskey

    You have no idea! We started the night with wagyu steaks on the grill, moved to the whiskey tasting, and then capped it off with cigars and another couple pours from our favorite bottles. It was a good night. We're working on setting up another one with a tasting of another type of liquor.
  35. 2 points
    MN BassFisher

    Lotw Canadian Slabs!

    For our final day of fishing on our stay at Flag Island Resort we went back into the Canadian side of LOTW to target giant Crappies through the ice. We caught good numbers of Crappies along with some real Slabs, throw in a 26" Walleye and Day 3 did not disappoint! It was tough to leave Flag Island but I will be back up there again soon fishing off the grid and taking in the beautiful sights and sounds.
  36. 2 points
    BobT

    Bourbon and Whiskey

    I'm betting that after 25 shots, the last ones you tasted were better than the first.
  37. 2 points
    most times reverse will not get you unstuck, mostly because your in the deep stuff. but backing off the trailer, or into the garage is when I use mine. I don't have your problem, but I just got a letter in the mail today from Textron, a recall on my ECM, they said it needs to be reprogrammed, and do not use it. from what I read on artic cat forums, they shoot flames out the exhaust that can cause the belly pan to catch fire. then I read that some people were having problems after the reprogramming. I will wait a couple weeks, then bring it in to be done, its worked fine for me, 2nd year and 800 miles.
  38. 2 points
    Wanderer

    Major Storm "be Prepared"

    Our predicted snow accumulations have been down graded quite a bit for the Little Falls area. Spent the better part of the day moving snow and snow piles to make room for more and increase my odds for good run off when things melt. Not complaining if we don’t get as much, that’s for sure. But it has started to fall pretty good now. 4 hours later than predicted.
  39. 2 points
    rundrave

    Summer Dreaming....

    It’s a truck, dents and scratches add character. I wouldn’t sweat it. have you priced out truck prices lately? Even new or used they are high across the board. Won’t see me buying another for the time being with where the markets at. If what you got is reliable and your confident it will get you to where you need to go I would keep it until it starts nickel and diming you. If anything parts to keep it going will be cheaper than buying something else.
  40. 2 points
    Pulled a hammy trying to get through deep snow over the weekend... Might take a sled ride out to a farm this weekend just to break some trails in. I think the deer could use a little help. My SIL found a young buck dead in his bed last weekend; not even completely frozen yet. His antlers were dropped. I plan to stay out of any bedding areas for at least a month, or till this snow gets more manageable; whichever comes second. Most deer are probably pretty stressed right now and spooking them around looking for head gear doesn’t seem like it would be in their best interest, IMHO. We do have a 12 we wanna find out there when conditions get better for everyone.
  41. 2 points
    smurfy

    Just Food and Drink

    Rump roast, taters and gravy with peas. Kemp's chocolate ice cream for dessert later!
  42. 2 points
    MJ1657

    Creating A Floor For Hub

    Here's mine for my 949I. I made it in two pieces so that it would fit in the back of a 6.5 foot box. I have a ski set up that attaches to the floor if I have to walk out. I pile my gear on top of the floor.
  43. 2 points
    Good news today the reverse servo motor showed up for my sled. Kind of odd they told me yesterday it was on back order but Im not complaining. Tech is supposed to put it in this afternoon and got my fingers crossed that it will work.
  44. 2 points
    smurfy

    New Pellet Grill And Cooler Combo!

    no idea what you talkin about!!!!!!!!!!!
  45. 2 points
    nofishfisherman

    Summer Dreaming....

    From the sounds of it the truck runs well with no major issues. It sounds like most of your reasons for wanting to upgrade the truck are due to cosmetic issues and you preferring a different look. If it were me I'd get over the cosmetic issues and drive the thing into the ground. I value money in my pocket and no car payment far more than I value having a truck I like the looks of better. As for that dent I call that character. Virtually every car/truck beyond a certain age has these character flaws. If it doesn't just give it time and it will. As long as the truck is reliable, runs well, does what you need it to do in terms of hauling gear and towing boats then I'd keep it. Even if you have to put $1000 worth of repairs into it once a years thats only 2 months worth of payments on a new truck. The rest of the year you're money ahead. Once you get to the point of not being able to trust the truck or you're getting huge repair bills on a regular basis then thats when I'd look to upgrade.
  46. 2 points
    snagfinder

    Pork belly bacon

    Kinda late on this but it would be hard TO PAY $4 LB for the belly. Im trying to make bacon for the first time now. Went to meat market and bought half a pig $85. Kept 15lb of belly that would cost almost as much as half pig. plus you get loin, tenderloin, ribs, hams, butts and lots of leftovers to grind in your deer sausage. Was easy to cut up. No brainer for me.
  47. 2 points
    Cicada

    Ignitors On Stove

    Sometimes the spark electrode can be dirty. Not visible stuff, but coated so the electric spark has no way to travel. Try cleaning the electrode and the adjacent surface with very fine steel wool. If that doesn't help, you may need a spark module.
  48. 2 points
    Really appreciate all the feedback guys. I took a look under the truck on Saturday but with all the salt, ice and snow packed underneath it was impossible to see anything. But at least I have all your replies so this spring or summer I can look back and be able to start tracing this issue, not sure if I’ll get a different truck next fall or not but either way I’d like to resolve the issue.
  49. 2 points
    Wanderer

    Birds Everywhere!!!!

    The trees are bucking and the snow is blowin’ for sure! I wish I could get a good still shot from inside the house.
  50. 2 points
    I had problems with my 02. I found that the plug on the truck side going to the plug at the bumper was corroded. I hope that made sense I cleaned it up and put dielectric grease on it.


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