Kingfisher06

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  • Location
    Cape Vincent
  • Interests
    Fishing, Hunting
  1. Muzzleloader question

    Look into Blackhorn 209 powder for next season. Website has a great Q&A section. Takes the hassle out of cleaning. After cleaning my CVA Wolf it is necessary that I pop a cap before loading up. If I load up without popping a cap it will not fire.
  2. Crop planting

    Whitetail Institute Pure Attraction came up great for me this year. Planted the first week of September.
  3. Other online stores?

    I shop at the small shops as much or more than anyone else. When I'm trying to find an obscure ram rod holder mount or rigger pedestal, etc I sometimes hit a roadblock for availability. Thanks for above suggestions.
  4. Other online stores?

    Other online stores? I know of fish307 and fishusa, but what other online stores are out there that have tons of gear for sale (besides cabelas/basspro).
  5. Musky Lure - Cape Vincent Area

    Hey old man, appreciate the offer, but I figure I ought to start building a musky tackle box. I live round here. Just hardly never fish musky.
  6. Musky Lure - Cape Vincent Area

    Cool, thanks! I got a few depth raiders, but was looking for something different from the guys in the know. Much appreciated.
  7. Musky Lure - Cape Vincent Area Plan on fishing walleye in cape vincent this weekend, but would like to run one rod for musky. What would be the go-to lure youd choose for waters in the 30-50' range? Preferably something that is available in thousands island bait shop. Many thank yous.
  8. Processing deer

    Love me a good venison stock. Do just about the same exact thing you do. Got one in the fridge now. Just finished my favorite parts, liver, heart and inner loins.
  9. Genesee River Salmon Massacre

    Don't call me a misinformed idiot!!!!!!
  10. Genesee River Salmon Massacre

    Is this place a knitting circle or what?
  11. Genesee River Salmon Massacre

    Soft-minded is polite, respectful terminology. I can offer up synonyms that are disrespectful to prove my point, but won't. Has it ever crossed your mind that maybe, the stance you are taking can be frustrating, and anger folks as much or more so than harsh words. I did offer a persuasive stance; that mollycoddling a certain set of folks one way deteriorates a blind justice system, but you cannot get beyond being called soft-minded or feeling bashed to address that. You simply wish to reinforce a politically correct granny vernacular that stifles good debate.
  12. Genesee River Salmon Massacre

    Reply in the form of a prayer, amen.
  13. Genesee River Salmon Massacre

    The polarization is a result of the soft-mindedness you display. Rather than hold a blind justice system accountable, it seems from your post you'd like a justice system to bend to your relative opinion that certain groups have a reasonable basis to be excused from responsibility. And if we don't adhere to your whimsical reasons, well, then we are on our way to Sharia Law or whatever you're getting at with your reference to the Middle East. It is important to present logical, historical, lawful precedence as a means to debate and change people's errant opinions. That discourse is crucial, even if you are scared someone's feelings will hurt.
  14. Excellent point. These measures should have us all in a roar.
  15. Mini-14 or 30 ammo question

    Does anyone have experience with the reliability of Ruger's mini thirty and cheap surplus rounds (non-brass)?