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re: Help me round out my tool collection
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/22 at 3:01 pm
good set of drill bits set of wrenches, including a torque wrench accessories for the air compressor router with table table saw would be a good addition other tools I find that come in handy, but aren't vital: jigsaw, reciprocating saw, bandsaw, angle grinder ...

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re: PaddlePalooza 12 check-in thread
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/20 at 7:25 pm
I have a PA14 and love it. . . definitely worth the cash if you have it to spend. My first kayak was a Wilderness Ride 135, about 1/3 the cost of a new PA. It got the job done just as well as the PA, but did not have the comfort of the PA. Sure, the PA is heavier and a beast to haul around, b...

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re: PaddlePalooza 12 check-in thread
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/20 at 7:19 pm
[quote]The deal with the pro angler is for not much more money you could get a Gheenoe w/ an outboard. If you shop around you could probably buy one for less than a Hobie.[/quote] Can't fish the kayak tournaments in a Gheenoe! :spank: ...

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re: PaddlePalooza 12 check-in thread
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/20 at 7:18 pm
[quote]You using popping cork?[/quote] Topwater...

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re: PaddlePalooza 12 check-in thread
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/20 at 4:41 pm
I fished closer to the island. . . trout were stacked under the lights and was hoping to get on them at 5am, but that storm that came through made them scatter, leaving only the dinks behind! Picked up a 13" trout and headed to my redfish spot further up the road. Launched at a well-known spot w...

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re: Columbia PFG Soft Coolers
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/19 at 12:06 pm
Supposedly they are making some changes and will be available again soon. Hopefully one of the things they change is the material . . . the white discolored very easily and stained....

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re: PaddlePalooza 12 check-in thread
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/19 at 1:23 am
fished it. Weather was ridiculously bad leading up to 5am. . . completely ruined my gameplan! Had that nice window from 6-10 before the other storms came through, but instead of using that time looking for reds, I went after trout. The lightning kept me close to the truck once those storms s...

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re: What size reel to get...
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/15 at 4:43 pm
[quote] I have a few...Mostly 3000s for trout fishing. ...wanted something a little smaller. Gonna go with the 2500.[/quote] The 2500 and 3000 series are the same sized reel, only difference is the spool on the 3000 holds a little more line. If you have 3000's already, you could just get a 25...

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re: What size reel to get...
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/14 at 7:45 pm
[quote]symmetry which isn't a very good reel. [/quote] Hmmm. . . just picked up a couple and haven't used them much yet, but all my other reels are Saharas and their performance has been superb over the last 3 years I have used them. I can only imagine the Symetre's will be even better....

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re: Your personal best speckled trout?
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/11 at 8:45 pm
Never have figured out the trick to catching the big ones. . . Biggest I have slung over the side has only been about 21-22" and a little over 3lb. :wah: One day. . ....

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re: Calling All Nurses
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/10 at 12:12 am
[quote]why are the classes $4500 a semester? does that seem high especially for BRCC? Im trying to find the cheapest tuition cost due to the fact that I am not sure if the financial aid would cover the whole amount. [/quote] This was from a couple pages back. . . I'll just leave it here again. :...

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re: Calling All Nurses
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/9 at 7:32 pm
[quote]Went to the nursing school off Julia St. And there program takes 2 yrs at $4500 a semester.[/quote] each semester at BRCC has been about $1000-1500 after all fees, depending on how many classes were taken. . . (I pretty much followed the curriculum plan that is on the BRCC website) ...

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re: Calling All Nurses
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/9 at 5:45 pm
"best" field is very subjective- I know nurses that work in PEDS that love it. . . I don't think I could deal with it; PEDs clinicals were enough! If you talk with experienced nurses, alot of them will recommend spending at least one year cutting your teeth on a Med/Surg floor in order to learn t...

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re: Which do you prefer....a spinning reel or casting reel?
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/8 at 8:20 pm
Never know when you might need them all! FWIW, I have a Pro Angler that has the 6 rod tubes so most everything is out of the way. I have a towel that I place over the drive system when casting the fly rod to avoid hangups. ...

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re: Which do you prefer....a spinning reel or casting reel?
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/8 at 8:02 pm
I keep 2 baitcasters and usually 3 spinning rods in the kayak, along with my 7wt fly rod. I usually throw jighead with soft plastic on one baitcaster, and a spoon on the other. Spinning reels usually have 1 with a popping cork, 1 with a topwater and 1 with a suspended twitchbait. For what its...

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re: Anyone fly fish for reds?
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/7 at 12:29 am
A couple of years ago I was fishing a popper on an 7wt early in the morning for trout. Had caught half a dozen before a redzilla inhaled it. I strip set the line and the red took off. . . I was using at most an 8lb leader- may have been less than that, and it was the first red that ever took m...

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re: Anyone fly fish for reds?
Posted by nahtanojc on 4/5 at 6:49 pm
7-10wt for reds. 8wt is the sweet spot, but go with a 10 if you plan on going after bulls exclusively. Since most redfishing is done in the shallows, stick with a floating line. Use a large arbor reel that you can put a couple hundred yards of backing onto. This will help if you end up hooki...

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re: Frontier vs Colorado
Posted by nahtanojc on 3/31 at 10:34 pm
I own a 2013 Frontier and while I haven't put more than 15,000 miles on her, she's been good to go so far. From a reliability standpoint, Nissan has supposedly fixed the issues that plagued the previous years. Time will tell if that is true, but then again, any car and truck purchased today ha...

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re: Nevermind those other threads. Yeti Ice is the real deal
Posted by nahtanojc on 3/30 at 2:21 pm
[quote]So per the advertising photo I'm supposed to use Yeti Ice on top of standard frozen water?[/quote] Crazy talk! The Yeti Ice is used to make the real ice; the photo is just showing the end result! :cheers:...

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re: Bubba blade knives... good knives or good marketing?
Posted by nahtanojc on 3/23 at 3:38 pm
I've heard that the teflon coating they use will flake off with use. . . they have a large thread about them on the hull truth that may give you some more insight. I've used Dexters and they work great for half the cost; assuming these will be used on fish, get a 7-8" filet knife for the specks a...

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