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re: Reveal cameras

Posted by Ol boy on 5/24/24 at 6:56 pm
I have one that has been running trouble free year around since 2021. Know of a few people that have had similar success with them. Definitely been worth it and if it breaks tomorrow I would be completely satisfied with how it’s performed. ...

re: binoculars advice (for deer hunting)

Posted by Ol boy on 5/23/24 at 7:15 pm
[quote]This but, If you're hunting in woods I recommend using your rifle depending where you hunt. Public land I'd grab the binoculars. If it's a good buck, he's not posing[/quote] This can’t be stressed enough even on private land if it’s a deer you should be going to the gun and watching it cus i...
[quote]season I went hunting 7 times, and saw 3 bucks while out. I was able to tag 2 mature bucks both over 200lbs on public land[/quote] Saw your question about escouting, you should look at the areas you saw deer/bucks and focus searching for the same type areas if I was you. What type of areas...

re: Keeping duck boats up to spec

Posted by Ol boy on 5/22/24 at 6:50 pm
[quote]Or would a once or twice a month start on weekends be sufficient? Draining all the gas out be warranted? Stage 2 GTR 35[/quote] Add some stabil to it and run it every couple of months. 10mth old gas is still ten month old gas!!...

re: Tuesday cooking and drinking thread

Posted by Ol boy on 5/21/24 at 5:29 pm
Seared tuna Smothered portobellos Avocado Still on the healthier train ...

re: Snake ID

Posted by Ol boy on 5/20/24 at 3:47 pm
Hard to see any pattern if there is any at all. Was it solid grayish with no pattern? If so pretty sure it’s a Blue runner....

re: Buying gun at Bass Pro

Posted by Ol boy on 5/19/24 at 5:31 pm
[quote]Curious if it'll be a hassle having them hold it[/quote] Order it online and pay for it and they email you when it arrives or when it’s ready for pick up, no hassle at all. ...

re: Oyster Glove Recs

Posted by Ol boy on 5/19/24 at 2:47 pm
Cheap arse black dot gloves. You should not be shoving the knife towards your hand but pushing it away from you. ...
If you want him to look like a OG and not be part of the flatbill crowd. Get him some helly Hansen and 66* . It’s what people who make a living on the water wear. But I can look at poser and by his tan or condition of his hands tell if he’s a poser just keep that in mind....
[quote]Where on the property did they shoot the moose? [/quote] The high fenced part probably lol...
[link=(https://www.southernstatesrealty.com/property/the-island-hunting-company-for-sale-st-charles-louisiana/53675/?mibextid=Zxz2cZ)]LINK to 17mil high fence share and crawfish pond[/link] I would but I’m trying to get this place bought. Hoping that they accept my offer of 95% of asking price ...

re: Grand Isle bowfish recs

Posted by Ol boy on 5/15/24 at 3:44 pm
[quote]pretty sure there’s a guide down there that runs dogs for redfish[/quote] And uses crossbows!!!...

re: How can I improve my starter bow set?

Posted by Ol boy on 5/14/24 at 6:53 pm
[quote]Where are you guys going to get bows tuned? Ive got one that I set up myself, so I know it needs to be tuned.[/quote] If you are in it for the long haul try YouTube university. Todays new bows are super easy and don’t suffer from the same BS bows from the 80s90s he’ll even the 2000s. In Bat...

re: How can I improve my starter bow set?

Posted by Ol boy on 5/14/24 at 7:13 am
Are you shooting a peep sight? Are you using a release? Are you using a d-loop? Do you have a stabilizer? Is the bow tuned? With the strings stretched? All of those things would possibly improve your shooting if not there already. That sight and rest will not hold you back from much in the wa...

re: Do mosquito foggers work?

Posted by Ol boy on 5/13/24 at 8:04 am
Not sure about a fogger but my old boss had a “mosquito magnet” it’s a propane device that captures mosquitoes. He would show us pics of bags of mosquitoes it caught each week. Said it kept his yard pretty much bearable in south Louisiana. ...

re: All the hate about Hi-Point pistols

Posted by Ol boy on 5/12/24 at 7:17 am
I have shot one but don’t own one and probably won’t ever just because I’m a snob. Buddy had one he kept on his commercial fishing boat with the intent of if it broke or rusted it was cheap. That sucker shot every time we pulled the trigger on it. One trick about it was it had to be shot sideways...

re: Golf cart pricing question...

Posted by Ol boy on 5/11/24 at 3:17 pm
3500-5500 all depends on the market and how long someone sits on it or wants to move it. ...

re: Chainsaw recs

Posted by Ol boy on 5/8/24 at 7:26 pm
I bought a shindawia right after ida, I went to get a stihl but the owner of the shop convinced me that for the money I wanted to spend 5-600$ that the shindaiwa was a better saw. Since then I have cut prolly 100trees with it and it cranks up every time on the third pull ( run premix) when not in ...
Like any poll how was it worded and who and where was the poll actually taken from? I bet I could get 95% in favor increasing income tax rates on workers if I conducted it outside of the welfare/SS office !! ...
Not a 300prc but his slower and less aerodynamic brother the 300wm. I have a nightforce shv 5-20-56 my next scope will probably be a trijicon ten mile. If you’re only planning on shooting to 400 then 14-16 power on the top end is plenty. ...