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HighlyFavoredTiger

Favorite team:LSU 
Location:TexLaArk
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Interests:Cooking, all LSU sports, travel, shooting, family time
Occupation:Retired
Number of Posts:869
Registered on:6/14/2018
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re: Power of Attorney - HighlyFavoredTiger
If she has filed for and been granted legal separation, I would assume that she has an attorney. I would expect a good attorney to request she revoke her power of attorney and expect to receive the same from her former spouse. Her bank account should be able to be signed onto by her parents simply...
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re: B.A.S.S. at Toledo Bend. 100+lbs for 20 bass and no DD in the entire tournament. - HighlyFavoredTiger
Yeah unless you’re KVD 15 years ago kind of talent you just about have to bite the bullet and learn to use the FFS. Every professional event I’ve seen or read about this year was won by a guy using FFS and uncommon style baits and presentations. On the events where every fish weight counts, it’s d...
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re: Goose hunt Oklahoma/Kansas - HighlyFavoredTiger
They are some really good folks, Issac and his family and friends put alot of their life into Tornado Valley and I’ve heard nothing but good things about it. They also do trips in parts of Kansas and north Texas and they are constantly working to grow, update and improve habitat, they’re getting kno...
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re: Goose hunt Oklahoma/Kansas - HighlyFavoredTiger
I’d highly recommend you check out Tornado Valley Outfitters out of Waurika, Oklahoma, they have a website, great bunch of folks and they offer goose, duck, sandhill crane, whitetail, turkey and hog hunts. Reasonably priced, goose hunt with food and lodging is $450, they always kill. ...
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re: Wild hogs chomp and stomp their way through $90 million worth of Louisiana crops - HighlyFavoredTiger
Farmers and land owners need to organize and approach state agencies and crop insurance providers to pay a bounty on every wild hog killed. $90 million plus would pay a lot of bounties. Some of the hunt for hire groups would probably oppose it and try to use politics to prevent or limit it though....
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re: Feds are in Nashville today playing dress up Nazi - HighlyFavoredTiger
Nobody saw them running, from 16th avenue, They never found their fingerprints, Nor the weapon that was used. But someone killed country music, Cut out its heart and soul, They got away with murder Down on Music Row! They must be there to try to find out who killed country music! Ther...
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re: Leftover steak - HighlyFavoredTiger
When I have tenderloin left over and it’s not really enough to bake a potato for, I cut it into small pieces and make a quesadilla, I use 4 cheese Mexican cheese or sharp cheddar and serve with sour cream on the side, we really like it. ...
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re: JPMorgan Chase, BlackRock drop out of massive UN climate alliance in stunning move - HighlyFavoredTiger
Hmmm….about 400 U.S. power plants too late, maybe they got a report from maintenance shops all over the south that are loaded down with wind turbine gear boxes and generators that need repairs. Could be an indication that they think the American government free money programs that have almost whol...
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re: Buying a new truck - HighlyFavoredTiger
First thing I would do if I were gonna finance it is contact my credit union and prearrange financing, then search online for dealers within a couple hundred miles. Find the best price on the truck you want and contact the dealer that has it, verify they have what the ad shows and get the VIN and d...
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re: Possible Move to Midland, TX - HighlyFavoredTiger
Home is where you make it as long as some family is there with you, traveling employees have to accept that and the successful ones figure out a way to make new places home. Midland is like most west Texas, hot, dry, flat and kinda barren compared to parts of Louisiana but Midland has had a lot of ...
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re: Most depressing small town? - HighlyFavoredTiger
There are to many depressing towns in Louisiana rural parishes to even attempt to narrow it down to one most depressing, If you pull up Google maps and did a screen shot of Louisiana and then printed it on an 8” x 10” page and lay it down, then take a precision compass and put 1 point on the dot f...
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re: Reuters Report: Super Bowl ads ditch politics for celebs, Taylor Swift and AI - HighlyFavoredTiger
I hate that the game has turned into a side show for political and race baiting purposes. This is the first year in my adult lifetime that I will be intentionally avoiding and not watching the SuperBowl. The fact that the NFL is helping foster division and race tensions by allowing a platform fo...
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re: CWD detections by Parish. - HighlyFavoredTiger
Lot of good in formation here on this topic, I have heard about CWD and I’m familiar with what it does but it’s clear that many of you guys are pretty knowledgeable about it. It’s interesting reading the comments and learning that spread by saliva exchange may be helping spread the disease. It brou...
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re: MLF @ Toldeo Bend: Day 4 - HighlyFavoredTiger
It seems like all the newer, more precise electronics, whether FFS or something else, has given some of the guys a feeling of certainty that they can keep finding good numbers of fish because there was once a time that a guy with and 80 lb lead would have felt the need to ease back away from their p...
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re: Anyone ever seen a tornado in person? - HighlyFavoredTiger
5 Star got hit so many times they moved! I remember the one you mentioned, I was living just outside Shreveport and had significant tree damage, IIRC that storm continued across north La and south Arkansas and did damage as far as Mississippi and Alabama, I always dread that part of Spring in the Ar...
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re: Toledo Bend - 2024 master thread - HighlyFavoredTiger
Yeah it’s 184,000 acres and stretches from Logansport to Anacoco, it can be like searching for a needle in a haystack trying to locate and keep up with fish. I haven’t fished it in several years and a lot changes in a year, I’d definitely get a guide my first trip. Justin Cooper is a good guide in...
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re: Anyone ever seen a tornado in person? - HighlyFavoredTiger
There’s a strip just west of Waskom that seems to be a tornado magnet, at least 4 or 5 have crossed I-20 just west of Waskom near 5 Star Buliders within the past 7 years. ...
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re: Toledo Bend - 2024 master thread - HighlyFavoredTiger
Yeah, Wheeler back up to over 74lbs at 2:15, that’s a heck of a day. We’re gonna probably see multiple 10 lb and over fish this week....
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re: What are your most used calls on your call lanyard? - HighlyFavoredTiger
Son in law hunts waterfowl a lot in Oklahoma, North Texas and Kansas, he has used a lot of calls but his favorites have become the DRC Harlot #7 duck call and DRC Short Drop goose call. ...
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re: Caver trapped forever - The Nutty Putty Tragedy - HighlyFavoredTiger
Haven’t watched but don’t want to watch, thinking of being under ground gives me a restless sense of anxiety. My dad grew up in a mining town in Kentucky and would tell us stories about working long distances underground in passage ways just large enough for the men to lay on a flat car and go into ...
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