Favorite team:LSU 
Location:Lake Charles, La.
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Interests:hunting, fishing
Occupation:Army, Corrosion specialist, student
Number of Posts:1494
Registered on:2/10/2008
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re: Guided Duck Hunts in Louisiana - BoogerEater
[quote]There is a guide service named Doug's out of Klondike (below Lake Arthur) that is decent. They offer both rice field and marsh hunts and can do breakfast / overnight accommodations (bunk house) if needed. The hunting is hit/miss, but my experience with Grosse Savante and Graypoint has been si...
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re: Guided Duck Hunts in Louisiana - BoogerEater
[quote]Barred Up [/quote] Haven’t hunted with them but they have tons of birds all around them right now. I live in Welsh and pass by them everyday. ...
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re: Duck Calling Strategies - BoogerEater
Cupped no call but when they are circling just a simple quack until they are cupped. I want to keep their attention on my spread instead of other places. If they are circling and look away I hit a simple 4-5 note call to get them back on me. Something that I’ve never seen but works about 1/3 of the ...
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re: any birds starting to show up? - BoogerEater
Welsh has tons of Specks flying over everyday. ...
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re: Looking for a Saw Suggestion - BoogerEater
[quote]If I didn’t already have a 20v 6-1/2” saw I would have this 7-1/4”. Actually I wish I would have waited another year before I upgraded all my battery tools to the 20vLiOn’s because I would have done them all in the Flex Volt series.[/quote] I agree. I’m currently changing everything over t...
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re: Talstar - BoogerEater
I've applied spray every month and granular every 3. That's what the guy at the feed store recommended. There has been a noticeable difference. ...
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re: Spray yard. - BoogerEater
I have a 31 gallon boom and hand sprayer on a trailer for 2.46 acres, and wish I had the 60 gallon. But it is nice because I just ride around spray the outside of my house with pesticides then boom spray about 1.5 immediate acres around my house. I also use it for herbicide around the yard which is ...
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re: Looking for Advice on 18 and 40 volt battery tools - BoogerEater
I can only speak for DEWALT. That being said I have power tools that I use daily running strong for 6 years now. Never clean them and probably don't treat them like I am supposed to. DEWALT Flexvolt is a strong system and the tablesaw is just as powerful as a similar corded and cuts really well. I a...
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re: Military people, why are we still deploying national guard units to Afghanistan? - BoogerEater
Because that is what they sign up for. No excuse not to deploy. ...
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re: Chattanooga, tn - BoogerEater
[quote]Tupelo Honey Cafe [/quote] Fried Green Tomato sandwich is great. Go to that place all the time. I like Urban Stack for burgers, Taco Mamacita and Firebird Grill. Few good sushi places, Donut place across river, forget name. ...
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re: NAPTA Ptex exam - BoogerEater
Not exactly a great review on that site and I should have specified that. ...
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NAPTA Ptex exam - BoogerEater
About to take the NAPTA Ptex and had a few questions. Has anyone taken it? If so is there a review to study? Where would you get it? Any help would be appreciated. ...
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re: OT veterans thread. Have you lost someone while on mission or while deployed? - BoogerEater
I've had over 20 I personally know, 11 while deployed with Cco 1/327 circa 2005, mostly from same squad. CS6G...
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re: Need Help Finding a Pop Up Tailgate Tent - NSFW - BoogerEater
It's on Amazon for $169...
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re: invisible fence help... - BoogerEater
Not a bad idea, but you have to bury the wire after yourself. The wire trencher does everything for you and they have to clean and maintain it after. ...
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re: Need Help Finding a Pop Up Tailgate Tent - NSFW - BoogerEater
Amazon-Quick Shade truck awning and it came up. ...
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re: invisible fence help... - BoogerEater
I have a sport dog system that I use and it works well. Bought off Amazon. Quick tip for people who are buying a system and installing it. Go rent a wire trencher from Home Depot to install the wire, it saves a lot of hassle. ...
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re: Learn me about Festool - BoogerEater
Been wondering the same. Hopefully someone with good insight will respond. ...
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re: Who is your must have for c/o 2018 - BoogerEater
Any elite left tackle. ...
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