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Occupation:Watching and talking about LSU football
Number of Posts:276
Registered on:8/23/2004
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re: Kayak fisherman drowning - Tigerhead
[quote]I'm just curious, but do you fish with a lifejacket on? Almost 100% of fishermen that I know do not wear lifejackets when they are not running their outboards. I would argue that fishing from a kayak is really only slightly more dangerous than fishing from a boat.[/quote] I admit, I don't ...
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re: Anyone going to bid on Tuner's Bay Island in the upcoming auction? - Tigerhead
[quote]That's it. It's basically a mud bank in the middle of a shite lake.[/quote] The island has a shell base that has let it survive all of these years. But ship and boat wakes along with storms has slowly whittled away at the old girl. As far as the lake goes, it's not a pretty lake, but it's...
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re: Rem 870 Youth 20ga parts - Tigerhead
Try looking at Numrich Gun Parts. http://www.gunpartscorp.com/...
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re: Disposing of crawfish boil water - Tigerhead
I boil in my backyard, which is also where my sewer cleanout hub is located. So I fill my garden hose with water, put one end in the pot (cooled off but still sitting on the burner) and the other end in the sewer hub and start a siphon. Will empty a 120 qt pot in less than 5 minutes. Then I hook the...
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re: ISO Aluminum plate ( Boat pictures added) - Tigerhead
Just a few observations from my experience with this kind of project. My brother has a SeaArk aluminum center console with screwed down aluminum floor plate. He lost some screws, so I called SeaArk to find out what they used and they said 410 stainless. I never really saw a lot of galvanic activ...
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re: Any fishermen looking for a deal... - Tigerhead
The corrosion resistance is usually accomplished by anodizing the aluminum. That's why I think a wear part, like the main gear, would end up corroding in saltwater. The meshing would eventually wear through the thin anodized layer. Then the aluminum will start oxidizing. If the companion gear is s...
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re: LSU to refuse postseason bid - Tigerhead
Agree! Too bad he couldn't pass on the SEC tourney. Would have saved us all a lot of embarrassment....
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re: Any fishermen looking for a deal... - Tigerhead
Have you used them in saltwater? I can't imagine an aluminum gear holding up in a sw environment. An aluminum frame should be ok, but a wear part would be a different story I would think. All that aside, great price and should be awesome in fresh water....
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re: How old is too old to bang an 18 year old? - Tigerhead
I don't know the answer to this question. Too many variables. What I will tell you is that if you ever have an 18 year old daughter, you will have your answer. At least in your opinion, maybe not hers. I'm a big believer in the old adage "You reap what you sow". So be careful what you wish for. It m...
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re: Do you want to live to be this old? - Tigerhead
Sure! If I can still wipe my own butt. But that ain't happening. When my dad was 85 he told me he was ready to go because he was tired of hurting everyday. I have seen a few people that have decent quality of life to 90, but they are pretty rare and after 90 it probably sucks. Also, the odds are you...
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re: 30.5" Speckle Trout caught in Big Lake - Tigerhead
Hate to say it, but wade fishing in BL was for the most part brought on by Texas guides that started fishing the lake. Much stealthier than boat fishing. Makes it easier to sneak up on trout. Particularly the older smarter trout like that one....
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re: This gave me chills - Tigerhead
This is nothing short of powerful! I hope someone from SI sees this. Guaranteed writing career after football is over. ...
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re: Long / Medium Range Shooting - Tigerhead
Buddy of mine started shooting at a 600 yd facility here in the Houston area. They are pretty picky about who they allow to shoot at 600. He had to qualify at 300 first. I think he also had to shim his scope to keep from bottoming out his elevation adjustment. At a range like that, they aren't going...
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re: Coyote hunting - Tigerhead
Don't worry. A hunter using a rifle will never wipe out a coyote population. Will only keep them in check, at best! The only way to wipe them out is with cyanide poppers, and only professionals hired and sanctioned by the state can get those. I'm not even sure the pros can use them anymore with ...
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re: If LSU has a new DC in 2016, Miles gets a pass. - Tigerhead
Miles will probably move BDP to DC. It's already on his resume....
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re: Bullet suggestions - Tigerhead
[quote]I shoot a 25-06, federal premium 115 nosler for deer hunting.[/quote] This would be my recommendation also. I shot a buck with this bullet at 350 yds, shooting uphill across a canyon. Shot the buck facing me. The bullet entered dead center chest and destroyed that mass of bone at the base ...
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re: Rifle Not Cycling Rounds - Tigerhead
I know this is probably not your issue, but how many rounds are you loading in the mag? I looked the gun up on Bud's and it says "ammo capacity 3". So I'm not sure if that means 3 in the mag or 3 total. Usually if it's 3 in the mag it will say 3 + 1. Even if you aren't trying to stuff too many, ...
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re: Will today's college kids know how to fight a war when they are in charge? - Tigerhead
No generation or individual knows how to fight a war until they are in a war. The "Greatest Generation" included. George Patton knew how to fight a war, but he fought in WWI. The generation that fought WWI certainly knew next to nothing about war. War comes down to one thing kill or be killed. ...
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re: Palmetto State Armory - $130 complete lower - Tigerhead
Waiting for the punch line....
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re: Buying a rifle / Caliber question - Tigerhead
Just my 2 cents, but I agree with tomcatrav, for deer inside of 300 yards, the rifle caliber is irrelevant. What I do think matters is accuracy. So assuming the scope and ammo are matched well with the gun, the shooter's ability to put the round on target is the most important variable. So when som...
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