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Location:Katy TX
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Interests:Fishing, Sports, Hunting.
Occupation:Purchasing for an Engineering Company
Number of Posts:5124
Registered on:9/12/2003
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re: Road trip reviews (Big Texan&In-N-Out) - TexasTiger
[quote]We always stop in Amarillo and enjoy the steak at The Big Texan. These are some great steaks.[/quote] You lost me here. ...
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re: New to smoking meat, need suggestions/advice - TexasTiger
[quote]You'll need a duel probe digital thermometer. I suggest thermopro.[/quote] Thermo Pro 08 is the model I have and I have been very pleased with it. Enjoy your new hobby start with chicken and ribs because you don't have to cook for 8-10-12 hours for your first cook. It's a lot of tr...
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re: Diesel Baws, I need suggestions - TexasTiger
Are you currently having issues with your truck? How many miles are on your truck? If your truck is running well, leave it alone that would be my advice. The current diesels are actually running pretty damn well, they have figured out the emissions regulations. ...
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re: 1st time at Toledo Bend - TexasTiger
watermelon red senkos rigged Wacky and a top water bait are good for early morning and late evenings. for following the bank or shallow flats with a yak....
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re: Is Xpress still the gold standard in aluminum hull bass boats? - TexasTiger
Had a 2003 H51 Xpress and at the time it was the gold standard for mass produced tin rigs. Most of the other builders where still using rivets and wood in the transoms. In this day and age manufactures have caught up and there are several really good brands of tin rigs. I have looked at t...
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re: Gun shot in the air - How long does it take for the bullet to fall back to ground? - TexasTiger
Depends on caliber and angle in which it was shot. ...
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re: On-board battery charger installation options - TexasTiger
can you install the charger under the storage area of the driver or passenger seat. "based on the link you provided" it looks like you could use those areas. Installing under the main lid would be fine as well. The head of the bolts would be on the outside of the lid and they would be flat en...
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re: How high would Lake Verret waves be tomorrow? - TexasTiger
You will be more than fine with either of those rigs. And just to clarify Cheramie canals are actually off of grassy lake if that makes sense. Don't know how well you know the area so it's probably something you already knew. You can also put in at belle river if you wanted to skip the lak...
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re: How high would Lake Verret waves be tomorrow? - TexasTiger
[quote]Is cheramie the areas between grassy lake and verret?[/quote] Yes I don't know the size of the boat you have but you could put in at Attakapas. It will be a little rough leaving the landing with the wind out of the south but its a small section to cross before getting into 4 mile bayo...
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re: How high would Lake Verret waves be tomorrow? - TexasTiger
[quote] How bad can it get out there[/quote] I grew up on this lake, parents still have a camp on this lake... The worst I have ever been in, is when running the lake you could see the tops of crab traps in the troughs of the waves... :lol: It was a great lake to grow up on and learn how ...
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re: Any boat propeller experts on here? [update #2 Pg4] - TexasTiger
Prop could be to small, but its likely a rigging issue. Motor probably needs to be lowered on the transom. ...
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re: PT Boat Rides in New Orleans... $350/person. 45 minute ride. - TexasTiger
Upkeep on boats and equipment is not cheap. A portion of it will also go back to the museum. ...
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re: Tool Box and Bed Cover? - TexasTiger
[img]http://bakindustries.com/images/F143873459.jpg[/img]...
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re: Tool Box and Bed Cover? - TexasTiger
I don't have one but a friend of mine has the BAKFlip cover for his truck and he has a drop in tool box for it, its not quite as big as a traditional tool box but its a decent size. He has had nothing but good things to say about it....
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re: Did y'all know it's impossible to drive to South America? - TexasTiger
a group of jeep guys drove 5-6 CJ's from the tip of south America to Alaska. You should look it up. I think I saw it on Youtube maybe. I forget his name but he was like the king of jeep folks. Mark A Smith was the guys name. ...
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re: Bass Boats - TexasTiger
The worst part of bad weather and wind on the bend is the boat lanes You have to run the lake per the boat lanes so it can make even the biggest boats and the best drivers pucker up. ...
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re: What's your smoked brisket method? - TexasTiger
I did one Saturday. Bought a brisket from Costco [img][URL=http://s610.photobucket.com/user/mschexna/media/8E55DD72-9897-4A17-8C16-443BAC814C97.jpg.html][IMG]http://i610.photobucket.com/albums/tt186/mschexna/8E55DD72-9897-4A17-8C16-443BAC814C97.jpg[/IMG][/URL][/img] Trimmed and seasoned with...
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re: Chevrolet 2500 6.0 gas towing capacity - TexasTiger
Depends on year model and gearing in the rear. I would get a brake controller for sure. Most of the trucks are pre wired from them and the trailer brake harness is included in the truck or at least it was with mine. ...
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re: Teach me to skip a lure under a dock - TexasTiger
Just be careful practicing at the house. Have broke an eye or two early on when learning this technique If you have a stool to stand on so you are elevated about a foot off the ground it helps a lot I find. And just try set up targets and get good at hitting those targets. Also understand ...
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re: What to buy? - TexasTiger
an inflatable life vest or a nice safety harness setup if you don't already have one....
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