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re: Ford F-150 Turbo V-6 - Nannyslayer
thank you for the input. I'm typically one of those who keeps things forever and don't put alot of miles on a truck. I was just worried a V-6 would seem under powered (prob just in my mind)...
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Ford F-150 Turbo V-6 - Nannyslayer
I'm looking at getting an older F-150. I had a 2005 with the V-8 that was bullet proof. Never should have sold it. Most of what I have seen online between 2009 and 2012 has the V-6 turbo. I don't do a ton of hauling etc other than tractor/ranger---however, idea of a V6 in a full sized truck seem...
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Rut around Natchez/Woodville - Nannyslayer
I killed a good buck Christmas Eve subtly following some does but not truly chasing. Last weekend, deer were barely moving. The few people that saw deer saw handfuls of does in plots with nothing behind them. Has rut already passed or hasn't happened yet?...
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re: Camping at Pass-a-Loutre - Nannyslayer
It's a fun and very interesting trip. I went a few years ago---we had a caravan of boats with everything under the sun. Even had generator so we could watch football. However, weather was hot for the first couple of days so we got eaten alive. A storm came through and pimp slapped everything in ...
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re: Mice in Camp - Nannyslayer
All good stuff---thank you. I'm thinking I may close it up for a few days with traps/poison/scent etc etc and just let them have at it. Come back a few days later and clean up the hopeful carnage. ...
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re: Mice in Camp - Nannyslayer
I had the sticky and snap traps up in loft and on some shelves where I had seen droppings etc. Hopefully with a couple on the floor (maybe by my boots!) I'll have better luck. ...
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Mice in Camp - Nannyslayer
I have a small 10 x 20 portable building as a camp. The building is sealed up pretty good but I had signs of mice a few weeks ago. I double checked all windows (had a gap by a window unit), cleaned under sink thoroughly, and vacuumed using heavy dose of carpet fresh. I also have several snap trap...
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re: Spy Point Signal Strength - Nannyslayer
Yes, get ready to be on hold forever with their customer service to get no resolution. If you have service on your cell phone where the camera is, take a pic with it and send as a good test. If it doesn't send immediately, no way the camera will. Bring the camera to where you have solid ser...
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re: Land financing question - Nannyslayer
I would go with LA Landbank. I had a friend who recently did a purchase with MS Landbank and said it was an easy process with friendly terms. I want to say he had to put 20% down but they offered a 20-year amortization. Put said land and loan in an LLC so you can deduct the interest for tax pur...
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re: Pine Tree Removal - Nannyslayer
Located in St. Francisville. Most of them are telephone pole size or bigger. The others are a bit smaller but still could be harvested. I figured it would be a stretch. None of them are dead but still dropped plenty of debris in storm. Hopefully I can find a smaller logger or someone just s...
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Pine Tree Removal - Nannyslayer
I recently purchased a house and acreage for our primary home. I love the place but it has 25-30 huge pine trees around the house. Most are big enough to be telephone poles and others easily chip n saw. Am I dreaming to think/hope someone reputable would take down these trees if I let them keep...
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re: Bow Broadheads vs. Crossbow - Nannyslayer
I imagine if you have a dental rubber band on them they would stay closed? I’ll prob spring for the $30 and get legit x bow broadheads. Thanks for the info gents!...
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Bow Broadheads vs. Crossbow - Nannyslayer
I broke down and bought a cheap crossbow from Dick's b/c it was on sale and I'm a horrible bow hunter. Set up came with a few arrows and I bought 5 more. My question is there really any difference between rage bow and rage cross bow broad heads?...
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re: After boat sank in Lake Pontchartrain, 2 found safe in Lacombe - Nannyslayer
Also why is the guy's sister telling the story when she wasn't there?...
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Best Cellular Game Cam for the money - Nannyslayer
I am tired of battling Spypoint---yes they are affordable and when they work, they work. However, one hiccup and they are done. They have now sent me 2 replacement cameras--still won't work. What has the OB found to be a good cell camera that isn't spypoint?...
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re: Deck build (84% complete) - Nannyslayer
thank you---I'm about to build a similar deck off the grid so your "blue print" is perfect. Were you able to find true 14' deck boards?...
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re: Deck build (84% complete) - Nannyslayer
Looks good. how long are your joists? what was your spacing? 16" centers?...
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re: Portable building deer camp - Nannyslayer
I have a 10 x 20 Derksen side lofted barn that I am turning into my camp. It is by no means huge but I'm hoping that having beds in the loft and adding a 10 x 20 porch will make it seem bigger. ...
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re: Part of Giles Island For Sale - Nannyslayer
Although this area of Giles is accessible by land at 25', it supposedly goes under first (somewhere in the 30's). Hence, Bancroft loses nothing to sell it. Word is they have leased it out in previous years. ...
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re: Glascock Island - Nannyslayer
Sometime during the 90's they restructured and the part JD ran was reduced to a fraction of what it once, and he was eventually pushed out. Since then the majority landowners slowly bought out alot of the smaller landowners. Some tracts were pushed to sheriff sale. It was a corporate camp for a...
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