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re: Let's talk duck decoy strategy/theory - The Last Coco
[quote]How many call activated jerk strings do you have[/quote] Do you even designated puller?? #DP...
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re: Let's talk duck decoy strategy/theory - The Last Coco
[quote]If you're not spending 2700 a year on mojos, I just think you're wasting your time.[/quote] I find MOJOs to be very interesting and extremely divisive. I know avid duck hunters from all ranges of the central and MS flyways and some swear by MOJOs and some swear AT MOJOs. And there is no cons...
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Let's talk duck decoy strategy/theory - The Last Coco
Alright, duck hunters of the OB, I'm interested to hear your thoughts on duck decoys. Over the past 2 seasons I've shifted my primary strategy from mimicking realism as closely as possible (super realistic paint schemes, higher hen to drake ratio, blended species spreads, etc...) to focusing more on...
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re: What are your "go to" fishing lures? - The Last Coco
Bass - yellow magic or wacky watermelon red trick worm Sac-au-lait - Black/chartreuse beavertail grub w/ crappie nibble Sand bass - Sexy shad Red-eye shad...
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re: Fishing line question? - The Last Coco
I wouldn't use any braid on a baitcaster without backing (it'll slip and you'll just be wasting over half of your braid anyway) and I wouldn't use 20lb braid on a baitcaster period. It'll dig into itself too much. 30lb is the smallest I'll go with braid on a baitcaster....
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re: Great deals on Drake clothing - The Last Coco
Field supply is great and often has good deals, but drake clothing just sucks no matter wear you buy it from. The quality is awful....
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re: Deal Alert on Shimano Curados & Chronarchs - The Last Coco
[quote]I learned my lesson about posting deals here . Don't do it until you are absolutely sure you aren't going to want to buy any more. I came across the Shimano Sustain spinning reel for $99 (regular $350). I bought 2 right then and there, but was waiting for my wife to give "permission" to buy ...
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re: Good Deal on a Table Saw - The Last Coco
[quote]Whats yalls estimated shipping dates?[/quote] Arrives between: Wed, Mar 29 and Mon, Apr 3 ...
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re: Academy Returns question - The Last Coco
Shouldn't be a big hassle. They'll likely only return them for the lowest value they've been sold for in the last 30-60 days though....
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re: wait... how can this be duck hunter numbers declining...... - The Last Coco
[quote]Definitely in North La[/quote] Actually Oklahoma, but I know several people in south LA who hunt public land and are successful while using pirogues, kayaks, and walking in. ...
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re: Which is harder? Engineering, Med School, or Law School - The Last Coco
Mrs. TLC has an undergrad in engineering and is an MD. Med school was, without a doubt, more challenging. And residency makes med school look like childs play. The first 2 years of med school are reading and memorizing, after you start clinical work though it becomes much more about problem solvi...
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re: wait... how can this be duck hunter numbers declining...... - The Last Coco
[quote]I've stopped because the cost is insane and the penalties for taking the wrong bird are ridiculous. [/quote] I don't buy this. Aside from gas and snacks (let's say $30/hunt), my yearly costs are $25 for a federal stamp, and around $200 for shells. Sure, entry gear costs can add up quick, but...
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re: wait... how can this be duck hunter numbers declining...... - The Last Coco
Just because duck hunter numbers are decreasing doesn't mean that popular hunting areas are becoming less pressured. The advent of social media I think leads to heavily congested public opportunities. And where you used to have a lot of people hunting private land, since the general population has s...
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re: wait... how can this be duck hunter numbers declining...... - The Last Coco
[quote]talking about some state duck stamp[/quote] This. Your lifetime license doesn't affect federal migratory bird stamp....
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re: minimum lure weight for an ambassadeur - The Last Coco
[quote]Ambassadeur C4 4600 spooled with 12/50 Power Pro braid[/quote] I would go with 30 or 40lb Suffix 832 or 12lb trilene xl or big game. 50lb PP is pretty stiff to throw, especially before it breaks in. As far as throwing lighter lures, 1/4oz should be absolutely no issue and 1/8oz shouldn...
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re: Considering upgrading to a pedal drive kayak...what are my options - The Last Coco
[quote]I think it's the same boat as the Slayer 12 LT. [/quote] And here I was thinking I had found something new. Nothing to see here, move along......
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re: Considering upgrading to a pedal drive kayak...what are my options - The Last Coco
Just stumbled across this option: [link=(https://www.paddleva.com/catalog/product/view/id/32423/s/hurricane-skimmer-120-propel-kayak/category/3/)]Hurricane Skimmer 120 Propel - $2600[/link]. Looks like they teamed up with Native Watercraft for this kayak given the Propel drive and the "First Cla...
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re: Considering upgrading to a pedal drive kayak...what are my options - The Last Coco
[quote]Sorry. Didn't mean to offend I chose poor language. If I'm not gonna paddle and lug a heavy arse kayak by myself I'd rather have a little jon boat or skiff with a trolling motor is all I was saying.[/quote] I have both a kayak and a flat back canoe with a 2.5hp and a trolling motor up front...
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re: Considering upgrading to a pedal drive kayak...what are my options - The Last Coco
[quote]It's pretty retarded to spend that kind of money on a yak. I bout a $500 yak to throw in the back of my truck and fish out of. If I was gonna spend 3k on something like that I would have just bought a small boat.[/quote] Eh, different strokes for different folks. Sure you could buy a boat fo...
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re: Considering upgrading to a pedal drive kayak...what are my options - The Last Coco
[quote]Native Ultimate FX Propel 13 - $2,950[/quote] I absolutely love the Native Ultimate, but dropping a pedal drive in it just seems dumb. It doesn't have scupper holes and some of the great things about the ultimate are its lightweight portability, excellent paddling and general all-purposeness...
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