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Location:Baton Rouge
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Number of Posts:633
Registered on:8/27/2006
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re: Columbia PFG Soft Coolers - nahtanojc
Supposedly they are making some changes and will be available again soon. Hopefully one of the things they change is the material . . . the white discolored very easily and stained....
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re: PaddlePalooza 12 check-in thread - nahtanojc
fished it. Weather was ridiculously bad leading up to 5am. . . completely ruined my gameplan! Had that nice window from 6-10 before the other storms came through, but instead of using that time looking for reds, I went after trout. The lightning kept me close to the truck once those storms s...
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re: What size reel to get... - nahtanojc
[quote] I have a few...Mostly 3000s for trout fishing. ...wanted something a little smaller. Gonna go with the 2500.[/quote] The 2500 and 3000 series are the same sized reel, only difference is the spool on the 3000 holds a little more line. If you have 3000's already, you could just get a 25...
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re: What size reel to get... - nahtanojc
[quote]symmetry which isn't a very good reel. [/quote] Hmmm. . . just picked up a couple and haven't used them much yet, but all my other reels are Saharas and their performance has been superb over the last 3 years I have used them. I can only imagine the Symetre's will be even better....
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re: Your personal best speckled trout? - nahtanojc
Never have figured out the trick to catching the big ones. . . Biggest I have slung over the side has only been about 21-22" and a little over 3lb. :wah: One day. . ....
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re: Calling All Nurses - nahtanojc
[quote]why are the classes $4500 a semester? does that seem high especially for BRCC? Im trying to find the cheapest tuition cost due to the fact that I am not sure if the financial aid would cover the whole amount. [/quote] This was from a couple pages back. . . I'll just leave it here again. :...
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re: Calling All Nurses - nahtanojc
[quote]Went to the nursing school off Julia St. And there program takes 2 yrs at $4500 a semester.[/quote] each semester at BRCC has been about $1000-1500 after all fees, depending on how many classes were taken. . . (I pretty much followed the curriculum plan that is on the BRCC website) ...
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re: Calling All Nurses - nahtanojc
"best" field is very subjective- I know nurses that work in PEDS that love it. . . I don't think I could deal with it; PEDs clinicals were enough! If you talk with experienced nurses, alot of them will recommend spending at least one year cutting your teeth on a Med/Surg floor in order to learn t...
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re: Which do you prefer....a spinning reel or casting reel? - nahtanojc
Never know when you might need them all! FWIW, I have a Pro Angler that has the 6 rod tubes so most everything is out of the way. I have a towel that I place over the drive system when casting the fly rod to avoid hangups. ...
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re: Which do you prefer....a spinning reel or casting reel? - nahtanojc
I keep 2 baitcasters and usually 3 spinning rods in the kayak, along with my 7wt fly rod. I usually throw jighead with soft plastic on one baitcaster, and a spoon on the other. Spinning reels usually have 1 with a popping cork, 1 with a topwater and 1 with a suspended twitchbait. For what its...
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re: Anyone fly fish for reds? - nahtanojc
A couple of years ago I was fishing a popper on an 7wt early in the morning for trout. Had caught half a dozen before a redzilla inhaled it. I strip set the line and the red took off. . . I was using at most an 8lb leader- may have been less than that, and it was the first red that ever took m...
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re: Anyone fly fish for reds? - nahtanojc
7-10wt for reds. 8wt is the sweet spot, but go with a 10 if you plan on going after bulls exclusively. Since most redfishing is done in the shallows, stick with a floating line. Use a large arbor reel that you can put a couple hundred yards of backing onto. This will help if you end up hooki...
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re: Frontier vs Colorado - nahtanojc
I own a 2013 Frontier and while I haven't put more than 15,000 miles on her, she's been good to go so far. From a reliability standpoint, Nissan has supposedly fixed the issues that plagued the previous years. Time will tell if that is true, but then again, any car and truck purchased today ha...
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re: Nevermind those other threads. Yeti Ice is the real deal - nahtanojc
[quote]So per the advertising photo I'm supposed to use Yeti Ice on top of standard frozen water?[/quote] Crazy talk! The Yeti Ice is used to make the real ice; the photo is just showing the end result! :cheers:...
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re: Bubba blade knives... good knives or good marketing? - nahtanojc
I've heard that the teflon coating they use will flake off with use. . . they have a large thread about them on the hull truth that may give you some more insight. I've used Dexters and they work great for half the cost; assuming these will be used on fish, get a 7-8" filet knife for the specks a...
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re: Elmers Island accessibility - nahtanojc
as in all the way down the beach to where the jetties are? I've seen cars out there before. . . But you can absolutely get down to the beach and fish the surf without traveling to the eastern edge- just stay on the hard packed sand and don't go after it rains. You can also catch reds up and ...
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re: is the CES worth attending? - nahtanojc
Correct- For as long as I have gone, you have needed to be press or "in the business" to attend. My father runs a computer company, and I would just register using the company as my affiliate. I'd always have a few business cards on me, but once registered and verified, you are good to go. ...
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re: is the CES worth attending? - nahtanojc
Definitely worth checking out if you have never been. I've been a handful of times and it can be cool to just walk around and see what may be the next big thing. I'd allocate at least 2 days, preferably 3 to see everything. ...
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re: Which type of knot do you tie your heavy leader to hook with? - nahtanojc
[quote]I'm looking for a knot that doesn't cinch down on the hook like the Palomar so that I can get more action out of my lures. [/quote] [img]http://www.go-fishing.gr/images/knots/parfectionbig.jpg[/img]...
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re: Which type of knot do you tie your heavy leader to hook with? - nahtanojc
[quote]Well what happened? [/quote] straight braid to topwater gets tangled in the hooks way too much- whereas with mono you may get the line snagged on a treble and be able to shake it out, with braid its usually wrapped around multiple hooks and there's not a chance in hell of being able to sha...
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