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re: Does Galore!! - SeaPickle
[quote]surrounded by sugar cane fields,[/quote] Our deer love to run the rows when the cane is tall. Be ready when they are grinding near by :pimp:...
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re: Maurepas Swamp Duck Hunting - SeaPickle
[quote] I just drop my 1.5 year old off at my moms so wife can sleep and I go fish and hunt anyway. she don't really care as long as im around during the week damn whistlers are everywhere... you could spend an afternoon with a pellet gun picking them off.[/quote] im on the water almost every wee...
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re: Does Galore!! - SeaPickle
im sure they are around but dont come out in the open as much or even during daylight hours. Got to go find the thick shite where they stay. This is how my place is in franklinton. ...
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re: Maurepas Swamp Duck Hunting - SeaPickle
[quote]yall been seeing any whistlers yet? back off Burma and the bypass is full of them right now. and hogs.[/quote] Thats real close to me but the swamp gets deep once my lease starts so i guess it keeps the hogs out because no one sees any. They are all around on the higher properties though. ...
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re: Maurepas Swamp Duck Hunting - SeaPickle
Pretty much in thibodaux. ...
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re: Maurepas Swamp Duck Hunting - SeaPickle
[quote]quite a bit of cypress trees out there[/quote] [img]https://i.imgur.com/iwzeFat.jpg[/img] Im in 99% cypress. Cant get mudboats in here. Its pirogue or walk. Id sink to my knees at minimum right here. Couldnt float/push in this shite. Its a dying vegetation soup/muck. Smells like it too. ...
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re: Maurepas Swamp Duck Hunting - SeaPickle
[quote]ever heard about it drying out, what has changed to cause that, subsidence?[/quote] My swamp lease in thibodaux is just like this. The old men talk how they use to walk in regular boots and green heads used to be everywhere. Now you need hip boots to go anywhere and only see wood ducks. The...
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re: iPilot runtime question - SeaPickle
Those look like sealed batteries so you cant check the water level. Like others said they are big enough to push that boat all day and make sure the TM batteries dont have any electronics connected. Even if new they can still be dead. Those batteries dont like to be run down to dead levels and/o...
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re: 7mm08 Ammunition - SeaPickle
I use federal fusion in my xbolt 7mm08. Very consistent. Winchester silver tip used to be my favorite but I don't think they are made anymore ...
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re: What size trolling motor do I need? - SeaPickle
[quote]80 lbs thrust motor but it will be underpowered for salt water fishing and you will notice its lack of power if you need to overcome the wind or current fighting you[/quote] My spot lock says thats not true :cheers: If an 80lb TM on a hull < 1800lbs cant hold you then its probably best to...
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re: What size trolling motor do I need? - SeaPickle
That hull is less than 1800lbs. 112 is way overkill. He wont be able to tell the difference between 80 and 112 in practical situations so why spend the extra money and extra battery? now if you were telling him to get the 200hp over the 150 id be all for it :lol: OP - we have the same boat FWIW....
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re: What size trolling motor do I need? - SeaPickle
i have a frontier 2104 (pretty much same hull) with an 80lb motor guide Xi5 60" shaft 24V. Does great. Its enough arse to whip the boat around in any wind/wave ive been in so far. Its held me perfectly still in a solid 10mph wind and chop fishing last island. you dont need 112v...
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re: Nearest reservoir or clear water lake near south east La? - SeaPickle
[quote]I guess I didn't include des alemands and Verret because I'm not sure how safe it is for kids swimming near the dock (possibly same issue as larto). [/quote] I grew up going to a camp on LV (the lake itself) sure there are gators and snakes in the water but that is EVERWHERE in LA. Swam my a...
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re: boat electrical problem - stump the chump edition UPDATED - SeaPickle
Find a new ground location would be my first test. ...
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re: Blue Wave STL - SeaPickle
well for a typical bay boat that is too narrow. for a flats boat it would be fine. if you want it for shallows thats totally different than wanting it for island hopping and flats. when you said bay boat shopping i thought you meant open bays and coastal fishing...
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re: Blue Wave STL - SeaPickle
8' beam is too narrow in my book and the recessed transom takes up too much back deck. it looks like it may be a decent flats style boat for reds. I think it would suck in open water with its narrow beam and light weight hull...
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re: Harvey ***Catastrophic Flooding Event*** - SeaPickle
[quote]I drove through a foot on Hollywood by 311 [/quote] ive gotten 3.75" since midnight in thibodaux. It looks like we have 30-60 min break between bands. My yard is a constant slope up to the house which is on a 16" slab above the yard but retention ponds are full. Water is about 20-30' from th...
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re: Harvey ***Catastrophic Flooding Event*** - SeaPickle
[quote]Tornado warning for South Laforche[/quote] North lafourche checking in. Been storming since 2am. Coming down harder than ever now. ...
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re: Walkway drainage help - SeaPickle
That was my original thought but since it slopes towards the driveway wouldn't i have to tunnel the drain under the driveway? The road is higher than the yard so I can't send it that way. To send it the opposite way would mean I need to send it up the grade. Just past that tree are my utility and wa...
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Walkway drainage help - SeaPickle
The walkway in the front of my house holds an inch or two of water with most rains because the walkway is lower than the yard. Any ideas on how to remedy this? [img]http://i.imgur.com/T8Vp7PK.jpg[/img] The walkway wants to drain in the direction of the yellow arrow which is across the driveway. ...
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