| Food and Drink Board|| re: Boil and Roux on Coursey - nahtanojc on 3/1/15 at 4:08 pm|
As of this past thursday, the "boiled" menu is still MIA.
Got an order togo Thursday night- first time eating from this place.
Ended up trying the Bayou Burger and liked it- kind of a similar take on Mason's Shrimp burger.
My son had the Red beans and rice and said it was real good.
| Outdoor Board|| re: Have LED Light Bars Gotten Out of Control? - nahtanojc on 3/1/15 at 2:20 pm|
Posted by burgeman
What do you have running that light?
Small 12volt that sits on the deck; I think it's a 40amp. ...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Have LED Light Bars Gotten Out of Control? - nahtanojc on 2/27/15 at 4:23 pm|
Kayaks or canoes, ruling still needed [/quote]
I use one on my Pro Angler when I get out on the water at night. Works wonders for navigating the marsh and does a phenomenal job attracting bait to the kayak. I've started taking a long handled dip ne...
| Food and Drink Board|| re: **BREAKING** DeAngelo's closing on Jefferson - nahtanojc on 2/22/15 at 4:18 pm|
[quote]Big Lou (as in Dad) had nothing to do with the place or its success .. He was just a leach ..
He played a big part in changing the atmosphere at DeAngelo's.
Used to work for them back in the late 90's, early 00's. The atmosphere was fun and the food was good, and it was a v...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Good Friend of mine just boated a 8 1/2 lb speck - nahtanojc on 2/21/15 at 1:24 pm|
Corky's getting it done!
| Outdoor Board|| re: Best boat show this spring? - nahtanojc on 2/20/15 at 7:46 pm|
May be wrong, but I think the one in Gulfport has boats you can actually demo. . .
That's pretty unique for shows around here, so if I were looking to buy, I'd make that trip.
| Outdoor Board|| re: Favorite cooler - nahtanojc on 2/18/15 at 1:19 pm|
For the beach itself, definitely go as light- last thing you want to be doing is dragging a loaded down cooler weighing over 100lbs over sand.
Yeti 20qt would get the job done if you're a Yeti fanatic. Personally, I like the shoulder strap of the K2 20qt. The fact that it costs half as much as ...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Summer jobs in Ak (links added) - nahtanojc on 2/17/15 at 6:41 pm|
[quote]Ever have a need for nurses?[/quote][quote]Always. Depends on where you would want to work but yeah..it's a highly desirable profession here.
I'll be taking boards in May. Won't be able to do it this summer, but would be interested in any information you might have in order to ma...
| Outdoor Board|| re: New Products Featured at 2015 Bassmasters Classic - nahtanojc on 2/16/15 at 4:52 pm|
"With a 6-inch, triple-jointed body mimicking a nice-size lunch for bass, the Gantarel swimbait should be a hit with North American anglers. An interesting part of the design is the...
| Outdoor Board|| re: What's the best place to get some all terrain tires for my truck near Gonzales? - nahtanojc on 2/15/15 at 5:31 pm|
Interested in what you decide to do, as I am in the same boat.
Wanting to take off the OEM's and put on a nice set of A/T's- either Toyo Open Country AT2's or Goodyear Duratracs.
Not sure where to get them though or how much it should cost to put them on from the locals.
| Outdoor Board|| re: Name a piece of hunting or fishing equipment that made a huge difference to you - nahtanojc on 2/12/15 at 3:38 pm|
Obvious answer would be a fishing rod and reel; I find those to be indispensable!
But the less obvious answer, to me, would be a cast net. No more waiting to buy bait at the shops at 5am and then rushing to get out to the spot for the morning bite! :nana:
Long sleeved shirts, long pants and ...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Just got back into saltwater aquariums. got sick deal - nahtanojc on 2/10/15 at 5:40 pm|
Really don't need to replace them with anything. The refugium you plan on setting up, in conjunction with all the live rock in the system, will provide all the necessary means to convert ammonia to nitrite to nitrate. Those nitrates will then be used by the macroalgae growing in the refugium. Whe...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Just got back into saltwater aquariums. got sick deal - nahtanojc on 2/10/15 at 4:44 pm|
Miracle Mud or live sand is used in the refugium to create an anaerobic environment for denitrifying bacteria to thrive. In order to create that type of environment, you need a good 6-8 inches of substrate.
As for what type of algae to grow and further reduce the nitrates in your system, I hav...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Bowfishing from a kayak at night during the summer...WYDI? - nahtanojc on 2/9/15 at 2:52 pm|
I gave it a serious thought last summer. . .
Ended up winning a bowfishing setup and already had a 72w LED spot/flood that I mount on the front of my kayak. Light puts out over 5000 lumens and is pretty darned bright.
I've gone through the marsh at night many times and gotten right on top o...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Kayaking Louisiana events announced - nahtanojc on 2/9/15 at 2:26 pm|
Can I bring the Hobie and fish on the way down? :nana:...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Tagged redfish - nahtanojc on 2/8/15 at 12:14 am|
TAG program will send you either a Tshirt, a hat or a fishing towel.
I always choose the towel- can never have too many fishing towels!...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Just got back into saltwater aquariums. got sick deal - nahtanojc on 2/3/15 at 2:59 pm|
Same here; was really big into them about 10 years ago, but broke down my last one about 3 years ago.
I plan on getting back into it, and every once and awhile find myself browsing lareefclub for a steal!
Most I had at one time was 4; had a lot more disposable income then though!...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Just got back into saltwater aquariums. got sick deal - nahtanojc on 2/3/15 at 10:29 am|
Where are you at? Coral Connection used to have live sand for $1/lb. ricks reef in Metairie used to as well- not sure if that one is still open though. ...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Just got back into saltwater aquariums. got sick deal - nahtanojc on 2/2/15 at 11:47 pm|
Damn good price. Seems like a lot of work though- I'll do you a favor and take it off your hands for $200! :cheers:
Seriously though, unless you're going BIG (as in over 240g), that 36x18 footprint is just about perfect.
My last tank was the same type- a 57g Oceanic rimless (I think the ta...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Anyone using a RTT? - nahtanojc on 2/1/15 at 5:01 pm|
[quote]How is it easier to put up and take down one of these over a regular tent?[/quote]
Here's a [link=(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mF9mX_F_X2I)]video[/link] of setting one up- the guy isn't in a rush and can set it up in less than 2 minutes. I'd imagine it could be done faster if he had s...