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re: The Fly Fishing Thread: Questions, pics, discussion all here - bluemoons
One of many from Saturday. [img]https://c5.staticflickr.com/9/8399/29917876876_8f17706409_h.jpg[/img]...
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happy bow season week baws - bluemoons
5 more sleeps. Cool front showing up for the party too. I am excite. :nana: :dude:...
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re: The Fly Fishing Thread: Questions, pics, discussion all here - bluemoons
I use 5' 40lb mono, 2' of 30lb mono, and 2' of 20lb fluoro for reds on an 8wt. It changes when I'm fishing spookier fish though. That combo you mentioned will give you some problems turning over bigger flies for sure. I fish bass with a 4wt and I've had the same tapered mono leader on there f...
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re: Need Onboard Battery Charger... - bluemoons
I've had Minn Kotas and now have a Power Mania. No complaints with either. ...
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re: Recommendations saltwater trolling motor 17ft boat? - bluemoons
Go with the 80. I had it on a 17' boat that was about 1500lbs loaded and it was perfect....
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re: My Lab May Die Due to Fungus (pics posted) (Updated 9-22-2016) - bluemoons
Damnit man, I'm sorry. I'll keep y'all in my prayers. Maybe the medicine will help....
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re: Sitka gear - bluemoons
[quote]Lunchbox48[/quote] Which Kuiu pants do you have? I need a windproof/waterproof pair of pants for winter fishing and to wear under waders. I was just reading about the Attack pants. Seems like they may fit that bill....
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re: Caught a few marsh bass this morning - bluemoons
You guys seriously don't eat bass? What do you eat? Kale?...
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re: Sitka gear - bluemoons
That I actually did buy for myself. I haven't gotten anything new in a few years though so I don't know how their new stuff compares to the old stuff. All my deer camo is ASAT and they offered that, so I tried them out. I have two merino base layer tops and a merino base layer bottom. I love all ...
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re: Sitka gear - bluemoons
[quote] The YETI of hunting gear. Buy it so you can use the stickers in good conscience.[/quote] And because it works, and the warranty is legit. I have a couple pieces. In fairness, all have been gifts and I don't think I'd pay full price for it...ever. I have the shell jacket that's not ins...
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re: WeatherTech floor covers - bluemoons
[quote] Only complain I have is the back mat has a tendency to slide and roll up.[/quote] Mine too. Any ideas for a fix?...
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re: Arthritis medicine for a hunting dog - bluemoons
Be careful with Metacam/Mobic, Rimadyl, etc. NSAIDs are great, but they have pretty dangerous side effects if overused. I keep a bottle of Rimadyl handy, and mine gets a pill if she ever comes up lame. I may give her one three times during a hunting season though. Dasuquin, Adequan, Cosequin, fi...
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re: Arthritis medicine for a hunting dog - bluemoons
It's easier said than done for sure. Especially considering that arthritis is a major hindrance on exercising. Swimming a lot does it for her. She's about 5lbs heavier right now than the weight I like to hunt her, so I really should get on that and stop letting her be so lazy :lol:. It gets tougher ...
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re: Arthritis medicine for a hunting dog - bluemoons
Mine had elbow dysplasia when she was a pup, so she's a pretty prime candidate for early onset arthritis. She gets lame sometimes, but only after hard training and rarely after hunting. She had surgery on both, but the right one was the worst. She gets fish oil, Dasuquin, and a joint supplement ...
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re: Learning how to call ducks - bluemoons
[quote]Try to mimic ducks, not humans. [/quote] This....
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re: Fisherman dies in Lake P - bluemoons
I'm not sure. A good bit of guys do that though. Sometimes when it's 2-3ft out there, you'll come across a 16ft bass tracker trolling the trestle ha. ...
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re: Fisherman dies in Lake P - bluemoons
[quote]Agreed. I've taken numerous boats from New Orleans to Florida, and that Lake P approach can be the toughest & roughest leg of the trip, no doubt. My grand father fell out of a boat and died in Delacroix in the early 70's. He was in his prime too, fully decorated navy pilot. Can happen to anyo...
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re: Fisherman dies in Lake P - bluemoons
[quote]Lake P can kick up very fast[/quote] Yep. Just because it's not an ocean doesn't mean it doesn't deserve respect. Some of the sketchier times in my life on a boat have been in Lake P....
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