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re: Week long hunt in Alabama and Mississippi and only saw one doe - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote] Not sure what part of MS you were hunting, but I know for a fact the the rut in NE MS occurred mid to late Dec. When it warmed back up it messed with the deer big time.[/quote] Right now is peak rut in southeast MS. I'm on my phone but there's a map mdwf puts out that shows peak rut for d...
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re: E-tech work - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]Drunken_tiger[/quote] Cold blooded...
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re: Thinking about packing it up and moving to the sticks... - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]But on most, it's basically a full time job. [/quote] I hear you, I just know he gets most everything done on his tractor and never seems to be stretched very thin despite his health not being the greatest. I guess he doesn't have quite the acreage that some do and is content with 50% of ...
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re: Thinking about packing it up and moving to the sticks... - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]we don't have these problems in the sticks of the upper Midwest [/quote] Yes you do....
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re: Thinking about packing it up and moving to the sticks... - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]Land is a bitch to keep up and cost big money to do so. One becomes a slave to it.[/quote] Can you go into a little more detail? My uncle has 100 acres on a large creek, bout half wooded and half pasture. He's getting on up there and has diabetes but never seems to struggle. Has a guy who...
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re: Thinking about packing it up and moving to the sticks... - TheDrunkenTigah
I'm not too familiar with the inner workings of that business but I think most of it comes in from Mexico. Lab fires used to be pretty common on the local news but they've dropped off in the last few years. I was speaking about use more than cooking, and Chad is right that there's plenty of folks wh...
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re: Thinking about packing it up and moving to the sticks... - TheDrunkenTigah
Some areas are better than others. Meth is a real problem there but my parents live 20 minutes outside Hattiesburg in the sticks and they haven't locked their doors in 30 years. Dad has thousands of dollars worth of power tools sitting in an open air garage in plain view of the road. No way would I ...
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re: Thinking about packing it up and moving to the sticks... - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]too much poverty and trash all over[/quote] You live in Nola right? I get what you're saying but that shite is everywhere....
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re: Thinking about packing it up and moving to the sticks... - TheDrunkenTigah
I'm originally from a small part of MS and I would be there right now, but as you mentioned, it's just really hard to find work unless you're in something offshore. People either do that or struggle to get by running a business. I haven't made the change myself but if you're asking if you should...
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re: Deer can do some pretty crazy things - TheDrunkenTigah
I have Limit Out Supply Co trademarked. Gonna have to give you a cease and desist on this pic....
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re: Most Reliable 9.9hp Outboard? - TheDrunkenTigah
This one is a seahorse. Fun little motor to tinker with....
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re: Any info on Allen? - TheDrunkenTigah
Can you give me the powerball numbers while you're at it? To the OP, Allen brought his whole family and is spending a lot of time with Aranda. They are really liking what they are hearing from LSU per Shea, Bama staff turnover rumors couldn't have come at a better time. ...
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re: Recommend to me a sonar/GPS combo for under $400 - TheDrunkenTigah
I'm interested in the map making part of it. I fish a lot of 5-50 acre ponds/lakes that dont have pre made depth maps. Would be nice to make my own and save them....
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re: Most Reliable 9.9hp Outboard? - TheDrunkenTigah
My dad has a late 80's johnson 9.9 that's been carbed up to a 15. The carbs tend to get gunked up, and it's a bitch to cold start, but otherwise it's a tank. The funny thing about this span of motors is they didn't have a tell-tale. You have no idea if the water pump is pumping or not. It's either a...
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re: Recommend to me a sonar/GPS combo for under $400 - TheDrunkenTigah
Don't mean to hijack but I'm looking for the same and am interested in these new map making functions like Autochart, anyone used it?...
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re: Trailer Bearing/Hub question - TheDrunkenTigah
Hubs that will never be put under water are much easier to maintain and have a different set of rules. The whole issue with boat trailer hubs is what I explained above, them getting warm and then being quenched quickly by submerging in water, combined with just the pressure of the water, creates a p...
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re: bow hunters of the outdoor board - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]Getting a deer within bow range is so much more of a challenge than sitting in a box stand over a food plot.[/quote] I'm by no means a successful bow hunter but this is what it's about for me. It's all about becoming a better hunter and being able to predict where a deer is going to be wit...
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re: Trailer Bearing/Hub question - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]I agree except the plunger in the BB is constantly being sucked all of the way in. And according to their videos, this is when you add grease[/quote] You're doing what you're supposed to, it just shouldn't be happening in the first place. The bearing buddy has caused the inside seal to...
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re: Refreshing topic: Culls of the Whitetail Deer - TheDrunkenTigah
Hell no, that's just dumb. But you should shoot him anyway just to be sure....
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