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re: Giant Cottonmouth
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/20 at 3:14 pm
[quote]He's got quite the hoist action going with both arms though. [/quote] with no bend in the stick...

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re: Giant Cottonmouth
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/20 at 2:54 pm
If the girth was really scary, he would need a bigger stick that than to hold it up. It's all about the camera perspective. ...

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re: Giant Cottonmouth
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/20 at 2:41 pm
That sure is a long stick he is holding. 4' at best. I love the "i killed a bigger one in high school" quote. Dropped believability down by 99%....

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re: Heroic pit bull saves deaf boy from house fire
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/19 at 3:07 pm
[quote]A traveling salesman trying to make a buck was driving through the plains of Nebraska when he decided to stop at a farmhouse coming up on his left. As he was walking up the driveway toward the front door of the house, a pig with three legs caught his eye. It was just hobbling through the gras...

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re: increasing fuel economy in a 2010 Chevy suburban?
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/19 at 2:43 pm
Sorry, had to do it. Not very mechanical myself, but I think that if there was something that you could do to significantly increase your mpg it would probably be so expensive that the actual economic benefit of it would be nil. ...

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re: food plot advice
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/19 at 2:34 pm
Whatever you do and whatever you plant, FERTILIZE it. Also, a little lime probably wouldn't hurt but you may way to run a soil sample first....

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re: increasing fuel economy in a 2010 Chevy suburban?
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/19 at 2:32 pm
Kill engine and coast down hills....

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re: Man Scarves...what do these do?
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/18 at 2:37 pm
[quote]Sorry some other poster has offended you about this neck wear. [/quote] Not offended, just this thread pops up often. I only wear one when fishing in Key West. ...

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re: Man Scarves...what do these do?
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/18 at 2:27 pm
Hey, this thread again. Let me sum this up for you: Those that have tried those: love and continue to use them. Those that have not tried: Think they are stupid . . . until they try them....

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re: giant worm in ecaudor
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/18 at 1:02 pm
[quote]Martiodrilus Crassus, latin for “worm which feeds on dogs and children.”[/quote] NOPE...

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re: Chumming Successes in Salt Water - Need feedback
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/18 at 12:51 pm
[quote]A guide I am reel good friends with[/quote] ISWYDT...

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re: Black Coyotes are common in the south
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/18 at 9:58 am
[quote]Like African American people who sneak people across the border? So Obama basically...[/quote] Is it bad that I had the same first thought. ...

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re: Big Cats
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/17 at 11:42 am
[quote]I love these threads[/quote] These threads prove that 99% of what is said in on the OB is complete and utter B.S. Either outright lies/fabrications or delusions. ...

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re: Big Cats
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/17 at 11:14 am
[quote]I heard the call of one deep in the woods (an otherworldly sound for those who have heard it.) [/quote] Those swamp monkeys (aka owls) can spook ya....

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re: Quick grass question: dead spots after cutting very high grass. Best options?
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/16 at 12:40 pm
[quote]~10 inches high (up to middle of my chins).[/quote] How do you reach the keyboard, much less push a mower?????...

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re: Rank the F-150 body styles since 1992
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/12 at 5:29 pm
That 97-03 is one of the worst looking things ever on the road. ...

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re: Indian Mounds at Anna's bottom
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/12 at 3:50 pm
[quote]Anna's bottom sparked my wife's curiosity when she saw it on the internet, [/quote] This is going to end very well or very badly for you. ...

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re: Sign the petition for pure gasoline
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/11 at 1:25 pm
Damn ethanol making my yellow acorns so damn expensive. ...

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re: Food plot planting thread
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/11 at 10:27 am
[quote]Picture of one of my summer forage soybean fields (3 acre field) on our property.[/quote] That's pretty, but are the deer not eating it?...

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re: In need of a few outdoorsy type people for commercial shoot today
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/11 at 9:44 am
[quote]Friend of mine is producing a commercial for Bowie outfitters and is in need of some people for the shoot. [/quote] You thought it was a good idea to ask the OB for this help? You gonna get 20 dudes in Salt Life shirts showing up with crossbows aiming at collarless dogs. ...

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re: What round do should you use on a wallaby?
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/10 at 11:47 am
Yeah, who wants to shoot a wallaby or a kangaroo? Catch it and make it your friend. Then you can go on walks with it, watch tv, etc. It could be your best friend!...

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re: Food plot planting thread
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/9 at 4:25 pm
They like anything that has new growth. That's one reason why it is important to mow the clover right before season. Stimulates new growth. ...

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re: 3 Point Rule
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/9 at 2:54 pm
[quote]I just don't like people telling me what I can do with my own shite based on what happens with their shite. [/quote] A counter point to that is that wild animals aren't owned by anyone and they do not respect property lines. What someone does on their property affects their neighbors. ...

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re: Food plot planting thread
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/9 at 1:50 pm
[quote]What do you recommend?[/quote] I am the wrong person to recommend but we usually just put out 8-8-8 or 13-13-13 depending on how fertilizer prices are running at the time. However, with clover we shouldn't have to put out as much nitrogen but we usually do anyway. I will also saw th...

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re: White Sox Give Away White Ponchos, Turn Stadium Into A Klan Rally
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/9 at 11:21 am
Maybe they are taking white hooded robes back....

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re: 3 Point Rule
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/9 at 11:17 am
[quote] The rational: "We didn't kill a bunch of deer last year." and "I got tired watching bucks I couldn't shoot." One of the reasons I am no longer in a club. [/quote] No reason for me to be in it myself. Too much to hunt without even being in the club. It has just been in the family ...

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re: Food plot planting thread
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/9 at 11:15 am
[quote]Plots really become a second thought to deer when there is corn on the ground from what I've seen so we don't put too much time into planting them. [/quote] In my experience the foods rank: 1. Acorns 2. Fertilized food plots 3. Corn 4. Unfertilized food plots Dropping some fertili...

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re: 3 Point Rule
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/9 at 11:11 am
I got mad at our club one year because after a year of the three point on one side rule they reverted back to a buck of choice (i.e. shoot the first thing with horns that walks out) with 3 point or better after that. The rational: "We didn't kill a bunch of deer last year." and "I got tired wa...

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re: Posting one's entire gun collection online
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/9 at 11:02 am
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re: 3 Point Rule
Posted by TigerDeacon on 7/9 at 10:56 am
[quote]I've definitely blasted a button buck or two before. No way to tell past 75 yards [/quote] No way I buy this. You can easily tell between a mature doe and a button buck. Just take your time and look at the whole deer. Or take your time and make sure you get a good clear look at its head...

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