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re: Second batch of a crawfish boil - KABoss02
everything the same as the first (lemons,onions, garlic, 1 "sack size" bag of dry) but little to no new liquid boil. I don't use any extra salt at all in any of mine, but I definitely would not add salt. I do a long soak after my first batch and do not add dry to the cooler, so I feel like they are ...
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re: Best Vehicile for multiple kayaks - KABoss02
I was thinking more like this: [img]http://www.ujointoffroad.com/images/860_Jim_Amanda_Moab_w_logo.jpg[/img]...
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re: Best Vehicile for multiple kayaks - KABoss02
[quote]Not to be a wise arse but, my 15' skiff on trailer is about the same size as that rig. When you factor in all the work with moving fishing and safety gear into the Jayaks, it looks like a lot more work than what I do to launch my small boat. [/quote] I hear you on this. I would have a bo...
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re: Best Vehicile for multiple kayaks - KABoss02
That's a sweet trailer set up. If I go that route I will definitely be taking your guidance here. ...
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re: Best Vehicile for multiple kayaks - KABoss02
[quote]you are worried about the price of adding a roof rack, but the cost of a new vehicle or a trailer is no big deal???[/quote] I really don't want a trailer, hence the question about the vehicle, not a trailer. Don't want to spend money adding new cross bars and cradle's to only realize I wou...
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re: Best Vehicile for multiple kayaks - KABoss02
[quote]Supercrew/Crewmax/etc is the only answer in truck form... but you already talked about not wanting expensive project like a new roof rack[/quote] I would get a "new" ride out of that route though, haha. I am way right side up on my Tahoe so I could make a change pretty easy if I decided I ...
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re: Best Vehicile for multiple kayaks - KABoss02
Amazing how NT can sell that for under 400, and Yakima wants 2k plus for their little trailer. Thanks! ...
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re: Best Vehicile for multiple kayaks - KABoss02
[quote]I absolutely hate bringing 3 people in same truck no matter the size. It makes loading and unloading such a pain in the ass. [/quote] I hear you on that. We will definitely get there, but he is 2.5 now so he comes with minimal collateral at this point. :cheers:...
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Best Vehicile for multiple kayaks - KABoss02
Opinions needed - Best vehicle for multiple kayaks? I use my Tahoe now for my KC, but I will be buying another pedal yak this spring or summer and will want to take both on trips with my wife and son. There is not enough room to put both on top without using some kind of J-Craddle system, and I w...
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re: Turning an old butane tank into a barbecue pit - KABoss02
Who said you have dibs?...
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re: PFD for kayak - KABoss02
Nrs chinook, worth every penny. Ver comfortable and great storage....
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re: Texas Building Another Mega High School Stadium.. $50million - KABoss02
[quote]It's a couple blocks from our place. Hopefully it brings some more shite to this area. Nothing but fields in the immediate area next to the stadium site.[/quote] I am just south of 121, we need a damn grocery store other than whole paycheck...
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re: Texas Building Another Mega High School Stadium.. $50million - KABoss02
I am on the square, what do you do up here?...
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re: Texas Building Another Mega High School Stadium.. $50million - KABoss02
[quote]High schools don't need stadiums like this. But that is just my opinion[/quote] This one is actually going to be a municipal type deal, hosting games for the 3 or 4 major high schools in town. McKinneys old high school stadium used by all schools is dump with very little parking My ...
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re: Texas Building Another Mega High School Stadium.. $50million - KABoss02
Ha, that is going right by my house. Not a done deal yet. I can already hear the games at Allen and see the lights, now I get another one...... Not happy about it...
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"Soft mouths" Speckled trout - KABoss02
I have had guides tell me both ways, and have never had a problem with busted mouths with a reasonable hook set. What is your opinion? Fact or overblown? I say overblown. ...
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re: Gps for hunting - KABoss02
I have thought about that as well. May just buy some type of insulate pouch to keep it in. Just don't want to have to dig under jacket/waders to have to get to phone. Anyone use the Garmin GPSMap 64st? ...
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re: Gps for hunting - KABoss02
IPhone betrayal caused it to post too soon...
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Gps for hunting - KABoss02
Mostly ducks, would like sat maps and topography would be a nice bonus. Want compass as well. Would continue to just use my phone but it has been so damn cold my battery is draining in about 2 hours with nothing even on. Any suggestions?...
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