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Favorite team:LSU 
Location:Katy TX
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Interests:Fishing, Sports, Hunting.
Occupation:Purchasing for an Engineering Company
Number of Posts:5102
Registered on:9/12/2003
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re: Talstar P users - TexasTiger
I think suspend is a better bug killer but I don't think it would be my #1 treatment for mosquitoes. ...
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re: Talstar P users - TexasTiger
It will work when used around the house you will start to notice dead bugs at door ways on window sills and edges concrete. If you sat outside for 2 hours last night and only had one mosquito land on you I would consider that a success ...
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re: Beard tips - TexasTiger
Biotin 1000mg ...
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re: Bassmaster Classic this weekend Lake Conroe - TexasTiger
[quote]I would like to but I have a report that Sam Rayburn is on fire[/quote] I have tripped planned for Big Sam in about a month , I hope they are still biting. ...
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Bassmaster Classic this weekend Lake Conroe - TexasTiger
Anyone going to make it to the convention center or out on the lake. Going to hit up the convention center on Sunday. Should be some nice fish brought in this weekend....
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re: How much does your son challenge you? - TexasTiger
mine recently turned 13 and I have noticed that he is starting to test his limits. He is a well behaved kid about 98% of the time but sometimes he will pop off to his mother and I have to remind him he is still a little boy under my roof....
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re: minimum lure weight for an ambassadeur - TexasTiger
When I first started bass fishing the 5500 C3 was my reel of choice. I could throw wacky finesse worms with it. 10 lb test and light wind conditions help along with practice. ...
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re: What would you do? - TexasTiger
[quote]There is rain water in it so we know it's been there at least a week. Chained up to the tree. [/quote] So your first thought is to steal it and not maybe check around and see if something could have happened to the guy, and at the bare minimum to call the Game Warden for the area and repo...
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re: School me on Exotic Boots - TexasTiger
The step most people seem to take is leather, to full quill , then smooth gator. Just bite the bullet early and get some square toed gator belly...
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re: Wooden swing set help - TexasTiger
When my kids where little I went with a kit from Lowes. If you are handy with your hands and have a few tools its actually pretty easy. They basically hand you a BOM and you walk around the store picking up everything you need. They give you very good instructions on putting it all together. ...
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Looking for a good brand of Chaurice Sausage - TexasTiger
I am looking to get some opinions on the best brands of chaurice style sausage that I can either get in Houston or have shipped. Appreciate the help in advance. ...
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re: Houston Rodeo. Anyone going? - TexasTiger
[quote]My company has a suite for that night. [/quote] The suites are nice. Food and Drink provided in a smaller setting usually around 20-30 tickets per suite. [quote]Is there a "rodeo" every night? Or just a concert?[/quote] Rodeo every night - Starts around 7:00 pm Concert every ni...
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re: Houston Rodeo. Anyone going? - TexasTiger
Gates open at 6:00 so you will have plenty of time to get in and get situated. I would recommend eating outside the stadium not the carnival area but there are large tented areas with all types of food vendors. If your tickets are in the 300 "Club Level" food is a little better but not much, b...
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re: Houston Rodeo. Anyone going? - TexasTiger
Working it 3 or 4 nights and taking the family to see Chris Stapleton . It's a good time lots to see and do, usually a very good rodeo, but I will say the concert leaves a little to be desired. The aucustics in NRG are just not very good. ...
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re: 7.3L Powerstroke question - TexasTiger
There are lots of high mileage 7.3 running around so it really all depends on the previous owner and how well they took care of things. As long as you go into it knowing that anything that bolts to the motor could go out the day after you buy it. Not to mention just normal wear and tear items ...
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re: Why did disposable razors become popular? - TexasTiger
They became popular because everyone needed to speed up life... it was marketed as a safer faster way to shave. I haven't used a cartridge razor in over 2 years. The cost savings is something I considered when I first started shaving with a safety razor, but I soon realized shaving with a sa...
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re: Pro's and Con's re: living in Texas - TexasTiger
East Texas would be a nice area to retire to. Sam Rayburn / Toledo Bend / Lake Fork all great fishing lakes and close to major city and towns so that you wont have to drive forever to get things. Also East texas is some of the last affordable land in Texas that isn't 100 miles from town with...
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re: Time to retread the Honda self-propelled mower - TexasTiger
Have the same more just today I had to adjust the cable on the self propelled drive because the wheels where barely turning. Will have to remember the retread idea when mine get that bad...
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re: What are your go-to work pants? - TexasTiger
Duluth is what I have went with. The original fire hose pants are on the warm side I only wear those in cooler weather. But the flex hose carpenter pants Duluth makes are awesome. Very comfortable and durable, they are night and day better than my carhartts....
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re: Is there one odd ball thing your mother gives you? - TexasTiger
I get a box of chocolate covered cherries in my stocking for Christmas every year. I am 39 and still get them, I haven't eaten them since I was about 13. Don't have the heart to tell her I don't like them. ...
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