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re: bank fishing for large mouth bass? - The Last Coco
[quote]Myself (and my son) would really like it if we could find some good sized bass off the bank within a 1 hour or so drive from New Orleans. [/quote] That's just unrealistic unfortunately. Catching bass up to 3lb from the bank is pretty good. Unless you can get access to a golf course pond or...
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re: How many large bass (7lb+) in a 3.5 acre pond? - The Last Coco
This article on [link=(https://www.mdwfp.com/fishing-boating/pond-assistance/small-bass-issues.aspx)]"Small Bass Issues"[/link] by the MDWFP perfectly describes the conditions of my MILs pond and how to fix it. Worth a read for anyone experiencing similar pond management issues. [quote]Small Bass...
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re: How many large bass (7lb+) in a 3.5 acre pond? - The Last Coco
[quote]You should probably take some of those smaller bass out if you haven't been [/quote] We have taken out probably 300 bass the past several years and I don't know how many bluegill. ...
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re: Poison Oak - The Last Coco
[quote]Kill it with fire![/quote] If you decide to burn it, make sure you're upwind. The oils can get in your lungs and then you're in a really bad spot....
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re: How many large bass (7lb+) in a 3.5 acre pond? - The Last Coco
[quote]depending on how deep[/quote] It has spots that are 15-20' deep, but the average depth is probably around 6' or less. [quote]forage base/supplemental feeding[/quote] Fathead minnows are present but not in any huge numbers. The only supplemental feeding is a small catfish feeder that sprays...
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How many large bass (7lb+) in a 3.5 acre pond? - The Last Coco
Alright OB, I need some pond wisdom from yall. My MIL has a 3.5 acres pond in the piney area of E TX near Jefferson/Marshall. It was stocked somewhere around 2006-2008 I believe. - In September of 2011, I caught a 7lb bass in there and released her. - Spring of 2013 I broke off a very large bas...
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re: Snapper Rod? - The Last Coco
[quote]The colored power pro is nice too, I agree![/quote] No doubt. I love it when jigging for blackfin on spinning reels. No more guessing, just watch the colors and boom you're on em drop after drop....
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re: Snapper Rod? - The Last Coco
[quote]or suspended snapper a Tekota with a line counter on it is invaluable.[/quote] I hate extra stuff that can break (like a line counter), so I just spool my spinning set-ups and smaller conventionals (like the Tekota) with Power Pro depth hunter. It changes color every so many feet so I know...
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re: Snapper Rod? - The Last Coco
[quote]I own a tekota 700 and just couldn't see using it to sling poppers.[/quote] Yeah I realized after I initially responded that I have the Tekota 600. It's a MUCH smaller reel than the 700 (16oz vs 29oz). I agree, the 700 would be difficult to cast really anything with....
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re: Snapper Rod? - The Last Coco
[quote]Tekota for poppers? How big of a tekota we talkin about?[/quote] Tekota 600. Not for YF (well ideally anyway), but it does fine on mahi. Caught one around 25# over the summer on one no issue. 18# max drag and 500+ yards of 50# power pro. No issues with that at all. I usually use spinning ...
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re: Snapper Rod? - The Last Coco
[link=(http://www.basspro.com/PENN-Bluewater-Carnage-Conventional-Jigging-Rod/product/11090705010812/)]PENN Bluewater Carnage Conventional Jigging Rod[/link] - I would go with the 6'6" one [link=(http://www.basspro.com/Shakespeare-Ugly-Stik-Tiger-Lite-Jig-Casting-Rods/product/10204692/)]Shakespea...
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re: Kaplan area duck hunting - The Last Coco
It's gonna depend on the specific land that you're hunting. Some fields and ponds will have ducks, others won't. In general, the Kaplan area holds ducks most years in decent numbers....
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re: Snapper Rod? - The Last Coco
[quote]ande med heavy stand up rods[/quote] I've always found boat rods to be overkill for snapper. They're tough to break and last a long time, but I find myself preferring lighter, longer rods for snapper fishing. ...
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re: Baseball Stats -- Full Splits for Hitters and Pitchers - The Last Coco
Seems like Poche gets a little uncomfortable with runners on whereas Lange just gets more dominant. Interesting....
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re: Snapper Rod? - The Last Coco
Shimano Tekota or Torium reel paired with a vertical jigging rod is a nice set-up for snapper. Or a Penn SpinfisherV or Shimano Baitrunner if you'd rather go spinning using a jigging rod. My current favorite rod is actually a beefed up salmon rod (7'9" heavy action, 15-40# rating) paired with a t...
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re: Alligator & Frog: meat or fish? - The Last Coco
As far as abstaining from meat for Fridays during Lent goes, warm-blooded animals (birds and mammals) are considered meat. All other animals (fish, reptiles, amphibians, insects, crustaceans, etc...) are not considered meat....
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re: Jobs: When/If to Call Re: Application Status - The Last Coco
[quote]Last week I applied for a job[/quote] The first e-mail was fine. The second email was annoying. I would've waited a minimum of 2 weeks, if not longer before reaching back out after hearing nothing from the initial e-mail. The hiring process for some companies is drawn out. ETA: I'm in the...
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re: Suggestions on live streaming NBC braodcast? - The Last Coco
I don't have a tv... ...
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re: Suggestions on live streaming NBC braodcast? - The Last Coco
DirecTV....
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re: British vs American Labs - The Last Coco
[quote] I assume they are just like American labs as far as temperament goes.[/quote] As a breed, they are more laid back then american labs due to their breeding (sporting for AL, show/breed standard for BL). They should take to water fine. Some lines are not particularly driven when it comes to h...
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