| Outdoor Board|| re: Got lit up by yellow jackets this weekend. - OntarioTiger on 9/15/14 at 10:04 am|
What deacon said for ground nesting sobs the only solution is gas or diesel, to make the experience even more fun add some heat and light them up.
Sprays work on nests you can see etc. I like the spray foam they have now it sticks to the nest/opening
| Outdoor Board|| re: Got lit up by yellow jackets this weekend. - OntarioTiger on 9/15/14 at 9:29 am|
Even up in the great white north its been a good yr for them …. A friend of my sons got lit up by them while weedeating during his summer job and while tidying up a back corner of my yard yesterday I pissed off a ground nest, didn’t get stung but I was moooovin when I went across the lawn.
| Outdoor Board|| re: Cold Gear Base layer help needed - OntarioTiger on 9/14/14 at 9:28 pm|
I've bought smart wool brand bout $100 for ls t shirt or long john's. I've bought 2 pr in last 10 yrs and both holding up well. U don't need a drawer full ...
| Outdoor Board|| re: ShotKam: camera you put under your shotgun while hunting - OntarioTiger on 9/14/14 at 7:16 pm|
Well if I had one on sat it would have seen me miss a pr of geese during early season.... we made up for it on next groups that came in........
| Outdoor Board|| re: Cold Gear Base layer help needed - OntarioTiger on 9/14/14 at 7:07 pm|
Merino wool. Synthetics eventually smell like old cheese. I hunt dn to -20 and wool is money. It's soft too. I use smart wool but there r cheaper brands...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Florida Shrimper catches 18 inch creature - OntarioTiger on 9/5/14 at 9:31 am|
I have had sea bobs (mantis shwimps) and not as tasty/sweet as brown or white shrimp but they are fine. They catch sea bobs in the fall as I recall I bet the “popcorn shrimp” at various places are sea bobs etc ...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Florida Shrimper catches 18 inch creature - OntarioTiger on 9/5/14 at 9:23 am|
first u make a roux..... IWEI...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Judge Barbier rules BP grossly negligent - OntarioTiger on 9/4/14 at 3:10 pm|
You are right it’s a company not a charity but there are 2 major items that BP was willing to take risk on – the first are the deaths of 11 men, the second is the risk of well failure based on changes from what subcontractors proposed to seal well (Transocean is also at fault for a non functional BO...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Semi-auto shotguns - OntarioTiger on 9/4/14 at 12:52 pm|
Hu flung – I would not use 1187 and great gun in the same sentence
After numerous issues and one blowing up on me, Rem did replace it … I went w/ a 391 and haven’t looked back.
| Outdoor Board|| re: Amendment 40 Red Snapper Discussion - OntarioTiger on 8/29/14 at 9:09 am|
On the commercial monitoring side its not as cut and dried and reported to the pound. On the east coast they tried putting a vessel monitoring pgm in place for bandit boats w/ cameras onboard to record what was caught …. It was amazing how many towels got thrown over a camera, or fish that went aro...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Amendment 40 Red Snapper Discussion - OntarioTiger on 8/28/14 at 6:48 pm|
Their data must b incredibly flawed because even if we cut harvest estimate by a factor of 5 the number of days allowed goes from 9 or 14 to 5 that or 45 to 60 days. Still too low Imo so the other number that's wrong is how many fish r out there. Prolly bad data at harvest end as well as stock asses...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Amendment 40 Red Snapper Discussion - OntarioTiger on 8/28/14 at 11:06 am|
I am surprised the feds estimate is only 2.5X off, looking at the data the interesting thing is the charter harvest from the AL data is 50% higher than the feds estimate …. And the fed estimate of harvest for recs is 955K lbs and state data is 285K lbs …. Or the feds are off by 3.3X for rec harvest ...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Amendment 40 Red Snapper Discussion - OntarioTiger on 8/28/14 at 9:55 am|
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| Outdoor Board|| re: Amendment 40 Red Snapper Discussion - OntarioTiger on 8/27/14 at 10:00 am|
On the outlaw statement – similar to the point system to ducks back in the day – how many pintails were stomped in the mud back in the day …100 pt duck...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Amendment 40 Red Snapper Discussion - OntarioTiger on 8/27/14 at 6:42 am|
Talking reason w/ the no more fishing service doesn’t work and their math doesnt work either – so the only options are money guns and lawyers. Sad it has got to this point but the stock assessment and data acquirement they do is laughable at best so the only way to change the process will be thru t...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Old dog. At what point you say good bye? - OntarioTiger on 8/25/14 at 10:47 am|
What BVDD said makes sense it could be diabetes, I had a 100+lb lab that got diabetes and was very skinny before he was diagnosed. Ended up giving him daily insulin shots for bout 2 yrs, it made a huge difference. It might be a good idea to get him checked out and make him as comfortable a...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Lemon FIsh Recipes - OntarioTiger on 8/25/14 at 8:25 am|
For the love of god don’t fry lemonfish, break out the grill, cut fish into 1” thick steaks or pieces, apply Italian dressing w/ some tonys and don’t over cook (meat should flake). You can also use a light teriyaki sauce instead of Italian dressing. If you want it plain use olive oil and tonys. Y...
| Outdoor Board|| re: What shotgun shells do you shoot? - OntarioTiger on 8/20/14 at 1:13 pm|
Kent fast steel or silver steel 3 inch. Remember hypersonic as well. Nvr shot Rio duck loads but have shot target loads at skeet etc they worked fine...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Lets discuss waterfowl gloves. - OntarioTiger on 8/15/14 at 3:25 pm|
I tried seal skinz and they r ok as under layer glove and you can call w/ them but I find my hand damp and cold as soon as I put my hand in water. Neoprene work best for picking up dekes, even if hands get wet they stay warm. I carry 2 pr of gloves, neoprene to p/u dekes and hunting glove if its c...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Were older generations better wing shooters than us? - OntarioTiger on 8/15/14 at 3:19 pm|
I second the motion on shell value – if you grew up in the early 1900s esp in the depression money was tight, one old cajun I hunted w/ had shooting lanes in his dekes, he would letem land and get 2-3 w/ one shell w/ an Arky wingshot ;) Old habits die hard he gave me hell for shooting more than 2...