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re: Jamabalaya calculator question - The Last Coco
[quote]I don't know why you couldn't do that. It might even taste better because the flavors would have a chance to mingle overnight. [/quote] Good deal. I'll try it out and report back next week....
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re: If not a Toyota 4runner then what? - The Last Coco
[img]http://blog.caranddriver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/2016-Mazda-CX-9-placement-626x382.jpg[/img] 2016 Mazda CX-9. Newly redesigned for 2016 and I really like the look of it....
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re: Jamabalaya calculator question - The Last Coco
[quote]Stadium Rat[/quote] I'm gonna hijack the thread: Is there anyway to prep everything up to and right before adding the rice to cut down on cook time after work? I'll be on a time crunch and am trying to figure out a way to get everything done except for actually cooking the rice. Can th...
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re: Wife wants cheap laptop only to run silhouette cameo - The Last Coco
[quote]Wife wants cheap laptop[/quote][quote]Any suggestions?[/quote] What do you consider cheap? I have loved my ASUS Transformer Book T100TA. The updated model, [link=(https://www.asus.com/us/2-in-1-PCs/ASUS_Transformer_Book_T100HA/)]ASUS Transformer Book T100HA[/link], runs about [link=(https:/...
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re: Jamabalaya calculator question - The Last Coco
[quote]I'll have to look at it again. I don't have it in front me I put in the pot size and it gave me a recipe. I think there was a tab that asked if you wanted to fill it to 100%[/quote] Never used it on something that big, but I think the default is 85% full. Stirring/turning over a 100% full po...
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re: Mission Bows - The Last Coco
[quote]He said a 70 pound draw will be all I need for elk as well.[/quote] It really has more to do with kinetic energy of the arrow than it does draw weight of the bow. Arrow speed and total weight (including broadhead) are what's important. Some 60# bows shoot faster than some 70# bows. It is FAR...
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re: Mission Bows - The Last Coco
[quote]Is mission a good starting bow?[/quote] Made by Mathews. They'll kill deer just fine. If you shoot it well, it's a fine starting bow. All modern bows are plenty capable of killing deer and are more accurate than you could ever hope to be. ...
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re: Tree rat season starts Saturday - The Last Coco
[quote]Who's going?[/quote] In Oklahoma the season runs from May to January, but it doesn't feel right hunting them until the first cool snap. I'm thinking about going up here Saturday just for old time's sake. I miss that....
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re: Wader Brand - The Last Coco
[quote]Game Winners and they've been great. Bought a pair of breathables [/quote] Yup. I wear game winner breathable pretty much year round - and that includes hunting in standing water in 21 degree weather last year up here in OK. Layer underneath and you're fine. They are 1000% easier to walk in ...
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re: Thursday P&D thread - The Last Coco
[quote] lets shoot for applebees on mansfield rd next friday night at 7[/quote] Daaaaaamn. The ole NWLA OB GTG gettin [i]fancy[/i]. No love for the cub? ...
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re: For you pedal/propel people - The Last Coco
[quote]Just saw 48" width on the Titan. [/quote] Guy in the video said 42". Still a big, wide, heavy beast but he even said they're considering it a bass boat/kayak/skiff hybrid. Going to have a place to drop in a trolling motor in place of the pedal system and a rear motor mount for a gas motor. T...
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re: If you need more proof that the LDWF is a mess - The Last Coco
[quote]At a meeting on Calcasieu Lake, we were told there was a 7 percent increase in the numbers of year class following this regulation. According to LDWF biologists, that was within the margin of error, and therefore insignificant. Let me ask this question, "How many of you would take a 7 percent...
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re: Carcass disposal? LDWF video - The Last Coco
[quote]Not trying to say I don't believe you but I don't believe you.[/quote] :lol: Not gonna lie, by "never gets too bad" I really mean "I avoid the area of the trashcan like the plague for several days"...
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re: Carcass disposal? LDWF video - The Last Coco
[quote]What do you city folk do?[/quote] I double bag (sometimes triple bag if its a lot of fish) and tie the outermost bag in an overhand knot to seal it. My trash gets picked up on Tuesday, so usually it's only in there for 4 days at the most. Keep the lid closed and the bag in an overhand knot a...
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re: What is best way to prevent your trail cameras from getting stolen? - The Last Coco
[quote]I thought about setting up a sting. I could mount one trail camera up high in a tree taking pictures of the bait cam. [/quote] I know someone who used old broken trail cams as dummies and mounted real ones up high in a tree pointing down at the camera. This way, even if they do steal it an...
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re: If you need more proof that the LDWF is a mess - The Last Coco
[quote]I still think that's all made up.[/quote] Lol. Ok I can't help you there. I will very rarely stump for something I haven't done the research on but I also can't stand when public opinion is based on anecdotal evidence and not science which indicates the contrary. FWIW, I havent caught a s...
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re: If you need more proof that the LDWF is a mess - The Last Coco
[link=(http://www.nola.com/outdoors/index.ssf/2012/05/plentiful_speckled_trout_lead.html)]Plentiful speckled trout lead to high daily limits[/link] [quote]But the conversation reminded me that a long-discredited chant is being heard again in some local fishing circles: We should drop the limit on s...
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re: If you need more proof that the LDWF is a mess - The Last Coco
[link=(http://www.lsu.edu/seagrantfish/resources/factsheets/speckledtrout.htm)]Speckled Trout Facts - LSU Ag Center[/link] [quote]Why do we have a 12-inch minimum size on speckled trout? A minimum size of 12 inches allows most fish to spawn at least once before reaching harvestable size. All of t...
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re: If you need more proof that the LDWF is a mess - The Last Coco
[quote]Your science statement is: Tx is different. Salinity.... That's pretty weak.[/quote] [link=(http://www.theadvocate.com/baton_rouge/sports/outdoors/article_6ce71d24-0295-5014-80f1-0fe0315de7da.html)]Fisheries scientists report speckled trout populations ‘healthy’[/link] - That work for yo...
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re: If you need more proof that the LDWF is a mess - The Last Coco
[quote]I am good with 15 per person and a 14" minimum. That's plenty of fish. [/quote] Regardless whether or not this is "plenty of fish", the biological truth is that the LA trout fishery can withstand a 12" minimum, 25 fish limit. Arbitrarily changing it to 14", 15 fish limit will do nothing to ...
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