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re: GoPro Cameras For Hunting/Fishing - Elusiveporpi
[quote]when are yall finishing the fire? i'll try to make it, as long as its not [b]this weekend[/b] [/quote] probably saturday........... ...


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re: GoPro Cameras For Hunting/Fishing - Elusiveporpi
[quote]Windows Movie Maker is ok, pretty basic.[/quote] This is the program I use. It works pretty good for me, but im not very advanced in editing yet. One thing you have to remember is when editing, the movie clips cannot be moved or deleted until the editing is finished and saved. Here is a v...


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re: Trespassing or not trespassing - Elusiveporpi
This map shows all state land. play with the settings and it should help . Direct Link to the mapping webpage. http://sonris-www.dnr.state.la.us/gis/agsweb/IE/JSViewer/index.html?TemplateID=381 ...


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re: Using a GoPro hunting/fishing - Elusiveporpi
Just wanted to post a video I made this weekend with my gopro. And it came out pretty bad. It was an awsome day, lots of fish, and no one wanted to video so it was all crappy footage. If someone has never used one before, its a good idea to shoot some footage around the house, and then see how it tu...


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re: So Who Fished This weekend ? - Elusiveporpi
[quote]Fished deer bay[/quote] I know the birds were working hard in Moss bay, all small school trout under them...


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re: Using a GoPro hunting/fishing - Elusiveporpi
To get better far away videos you have to change the video mode from wide to medium or narrow. It helps a lot. Like others said. You almost have to dedicate a trip to just videoing to get good shots...


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re: Shallow Water/ Running High on Jack Plate - Elusiveporpi
[quote]cavitation. I think what you are getting is aeration[/quote] Can someone explain the difference between the 2...


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re: Shallow Water/ Running High on Jack Plate - Elusiveporpi
[quote] Shallow Water/ Running High on Jack Plate Or an 88 Johnson [/quote] you know your stuck when your johnson 88 cant get you out, but after you blow it up, the wind blows you out........


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re: Shallow Water/ Running High on Jack Plate - Elusiveporpi
[quote]GEAUXLPOST[/quote] ill burn it up trying to get out, i NEED a 150 SHO on the back of it anyway...


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re: Shallow Water/ Running High on Jack Plate - Elusiveporpi
yep. and its going to be low as can be tomorrow morning.... and foggy. I'm heading down there tonight to beat the fog. ...


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re: Shallow Water/ Running High on Jack Plate - Elusiveporpi
ok, good, I have read somewhere about air pockets froming, creating heat on the blades, something something.. and it messes the prop up, but i was skeptical about that. no if i could only keep the gnatts of me tomorrow i would be high sailing...


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Shallow Water/ Running High on Jack Plate - Elusiveporpi
Im going hit some shallow ponds tomorrow and i will be running my motor pretty high up, high enough to where my prop looses grip, but i still have water pressure. What is the negative affect of running a prop when it cavitates? My motor grabs an extra 5-700 rpms, but i keep it within max RPM's....


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re: Fly fishing for reds - Elusiveporpi
I looked at the weather this weekend and it will be pretty good for fly/sight fishing saturday afternoon/ sunday. So i will try my luck out in cocodrie and stay at the camp an hopefully get lucky. I think i will have to head towards dulace area to find clean enough water, but we will see...


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re: boat hull question - Elusiveporpi
My theory is if you need a tunnel on your bay boat, then u really just need 2 boats..... one to fish bays, and the other inland. As mentioned above, speed and efficiency go down with a tunnel. I like the Podna or family system. -have a Friend with each type of boat and your set. I know ...


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re: Weekend Results Thread: LSU/Saints get a November W! - Elusiveporpi
Lots of nice kills... Fished wednesday- 20 bass and a few specks [img]http://i.imgur.com/SL5TPoE.jpg[/img]...


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re: Anything decent in shopping near Thibodaux/Houma? - Elusiveporpi
Johnny's men shop. Its frat tastic...


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re: Lowrance Elite 7 hdi, Base Trans - $399 @ Cabelas - Elusiveporpi
Just wanted to give everyone an update on building your own Google maps on the new lowrance units. It took some trail and error. But I have successfully done so with 2 free program downloads. It works perfectly and is crystal clear. Here is an example [img]http://i.imgur.com/xp9zk5D.jpg[/img]...


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Replacement Torsion axle needed - Elusiveporpi
So my 10 year old Ameratrail Trailer torsion axle is worn out. (It stays fully compressed). So im looking to get a new axle but im unsure what # rating I need. The boat is a 18 sterling(1000#) motor is a 90 yamaha 2 stroke (270#) 35 gallons gas (~270ish) T motor and 3 batteries (215#) plus ...


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re: $200-$220 budget. Best spinning reel/rod for inshore fishing? - Elusiveporpi
The drag is still very strong for a 2000, and with the 15 braid (6 dia.) it can still haul in some nice size fish. The only thing i dont do with it is fish doubles, but i have a 4000 that is exclusively for doubles( 30 braid)...


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re: $200-$220 budget. Best spinning reel/rod for inshore fishing? - Elusiveporpi
Pen battle 2000. I've caught thousands of fish on mine over the last 3 years. Go the 15 lb braid. I outcast everyone. Catches reds all day long. I have it on a black allstar...


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