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re: John Deere 3025E vs Kubota L2501 - bayoudude
Did the same thing with my kubota package. 0% for 7 yrs on the tractor and implements. Requires you to purchase kubota insurance but it’s well worth it. ...
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re: John Deere 3025E vs Kubota L2501 - bayoudude
Dealer is everything. When I was shopping the Deere dealer never called ma back do I bought Kubota. Went with the L4701 4x4 hst been a great machine I do wish it had twin pedals vs the rocker though ...
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re: Largest contract yet for US-Mexico border wall - bayoudude
[quote]Yeah something is off. That’s $5800 a foot. [/quote] Really not that bad considering bulkheading a Bayouside can easily get to 1k / ft using sheet pile ...
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re: Lots of people dont know how to cast a baitcaster - bayoudude
Definitely a plus for right handed fisherman. Fighting an amberjack with the weak arm is nothing nice ...
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re: Lots of people dont know how to cast a baitcaster - bayoudude
I have a pair of fin nor lethal 100 reels with 65# drag rating that will lay the smack down on snapper. Paired them with penn blue water carnage jogging rods. Great combo and easy for anyone on the boat to use. Makes it easy and fun to work butterfly jigs. Loaded them with 80# braid. ...
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re: Lots of people dont know how to cast a baitcaster - bayoudude
Lots of adults can’t cast one. Took years of bird nests growing up to learn. Spinning reels (open face to this coon ass) have their place though. I prefer bait caster when fishing bottom and ope face when popping a cork ...
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re: I need a rifle to shoot deer at 350 yards - bayoudude
270 will get it done just fine ...
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re: Honda Knockoff Carb for 2003 Honda Foreman - bayoudude
Good deal! Can’t wait to start tinkering with the old bear tracker ...
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re: Beef prices and farmers... - bayoudude
Tiger foot That’s about the same price you can buy a half over here in south MS. I just dont have the freezer space and can’t find one anywhere at the moment. Couple places around here taking orders for steers though. ...
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re: Vegetable seeds - bayoudude
Planted 9 rows of corn about 40’ long and it’s about knee high at the moment. This is my first attempt at corn. Rest of the garden is bush beans, okra and watermelon.i am in southern ms ...
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re: Questions about pricing of a deck (wood vs composite) - bayoudude
Materials will be around triple your standard treated deck not to mention you need more bracing as the composite boards lack the strength of real wood. I did mine with all treated and decked with 2x6 vs 5/4 deck boards ...
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re: Politicians push for regulation of ‘ghost guns’ - bayoudude
Oilfield you can own just about anything you want if you have the cash $$$ there are civilians in this country that own all kinds of military grade equipment. ...
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re: First world problem of the day - bayoudude
Nicky From terrebonne and grew up eating shrimp jambalaya as well. It’s my favorite actually. ...
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re: 24x36 Primitive Cabin Construction- Costs? - bayoudude
I would think $6k plus hell I had $1200 in a 12x12 skinning shed with gable roof and tin ...
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re: Freezer shortage of 2020 - bayoudude
Looks in my like I may have to pony up the $$$ and go commercial if I want one any time soon. Been looking on marketplace at a few glass front grocery store style for sale used but looks Like they take 30 amp service. ...
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re: Freezer shortage of 2020 - bayoudude
Had to pass on a side of beef due to lack of freezer space. Have a garden that’s going to yield a bunch of corn and beans in the coming weeks. May have to can vs freeze if I can’t find a decent one soon. This crap is getting ridiculous but as the previous poster said it makes sense if the shortage ...
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Freezer shortage of 2020 - bayoudude
Evidently all the arse clowns hoarding everything also bought every freezer in the country... i legitimately need a new freezer for the garage and can’t find one anywhere. Any of y’all can think of a place to look? I would have never thought there would be a run on appliances as well. ...
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re: Looking to buy a used offshore boat - bayoudude
Be warned If you go glacier bay or worldcat they are some heavy bastards on trailer. My 266 worldcat was 9k lbs on the trailer. Held 240 gallons of fuel too not to mention they are tall once out the water and with a t-top. Regret selling that hull often though... ...
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re: Looking to buy a used offshore boat - bayoudude
That size range and wanting bay fishing capacity I would look at catamarans. I had a worldcat 266 that could fish in 3 ft of water but also handle 3-4’ seas quite well. Paid $33k for it in 2014 sold it two years later for $34k. Find a solid older hull that has been repowered ...
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re: Miss. River Water Level Questions - bayoudude
Would take every dredge in the country working round the clock to have an impact if any on overall river bed level.... it was a good run for the Corp and man made structures but it is only a matter of when not if the river does it’s thing. May not be our lifetime but who knows. ...
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