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re: Honda vs Tohatsu vs Suzuki Small 4 -Stroke Outboards - The Last Coco
[quote]prices canoe Holy mother of God [/quote] No doubt. New they're pricey. I got mine with a motor for $900. And there is one on FB marketplace near me in OKC for $350. They routinely sell used for $500ish near me....
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re: Honda vs Tohatsu vs Suzuki Small 4 -Stroke Outboards - The Last Coco
[quote]that thing looks roomier than my 1436 bateaux lol [/quote]it is 40" wide in the middle. Super stable, and bulletproof. I've done just about everything in that canoe. I've hunted 3 full grown men out of it and killed a limit of birds; I've caught plenty of bass out of it, I even troll out ...
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re: Honda vs Tohatsu vs Suzuki Small 4 -Stroke Outboards - The Last Coco
[quote] Can you lay your Suzuki on it's side without draining the fuel/running it dry? [/quote] Yes. That's how I travel with it all of the time . it has stayed on its side overnight and for periods exceeding 12 hours and I've never had any issues with it. ETA: I'll take pics of it when I get ...
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re: I lost my job yesterday. - The Last Coco
The best thing I did was make a schedule for myself. Someone said "your new job is finding a job" which is true but wont occupy 8hrs a day if you're in a professional field where cold knocking on doors and dropping resumes isnt really beneficial. After the first few days of identifying the open ...
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re: Preferred Whetstone/Sharpening Kits of The OB? - The Last Coco
[quote]Ken Onion edition WorkSharp for everything [/quote] ^this If you're just strictly after how to get your knives functionally sharp in the quickest, most foolproof way, the KO WS is the ticket. If you're after hair popping sharpness and you enjoy the process of sharpening, go another di...
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re: Scioto ceramic rabbits - garden decorations - The Last Coco
Ra'd for wrong board. If Chicken is going to create a Home and Garden Board, he might as well use it....
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re: Honda vs Tohatsu vs Suzuki Small 4 -Stroke Outboards - The Last Coco
[img]https://i.imgur.com/eddXhUu.jpg[/img] The 2.5hp Suzuki does awesome on my 15' Old Town Discovery Sportsman. I have dubbed it the Rouganoe....
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re: Honda vs Tohatsu vs Suzuki Small 4 -Stroke Outboards - The Last Coco
FYI: the tohatsu is the exact same as the merc 2.5hp, just different stickers. And I've done an exhaustive amount of research into this for a 15' flatback canoe I have. After reading a ton of reviews, I actually settled on the [link=(https://onlineoutboards.com/collections/suzuki-2-5-hp-outboards...
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re: Any advice? crawfishing Ramah - The Last Coco
[quote] The people that use that area don’t take it to kindly when new comers set traps out there. Everyone has there own territory and everyone knows each other. If they see your traps either they will take them or if there nice hang em up it the tree to let you know you can’t fish that area. Trus...
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re: Fish ID? - The Last Coco
[quote]I ate tang once. Very fishy tasting[/quote] There's only 2 things in this world that smell like fish... and one of them is fish. ...
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re: Fish ID? - The Last Coco
[quote]Interesting looking tang.[/quote] Yeah I think it's this variety: Doctorfish Tang (Acanthurus chirurgus) [img]https://reefguide.org/watermark.php?src=pix/thumb2/doctorfish2.jpg[/img] ...
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re: Binocular accessories - harnesses, tripods, window mounts, etc... - The Last Coco
[quote]Borrow a tripod and see if you like using it.[/quote] I'd love to, just don't have anyone local I could borrow from. I've got an old camera tripd I can probably rig to work with the noc'ers. Maybe that's what I'll do....
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re: Binocular accessories - harnesses, tripods, window mounts, etc... - The Last Coco
[quote]I’ve used a monopod for 15x glass and it was great. I don’t see much use in a tripod for 10x, but maybe it’ll work for you.[/quote] Fair enough. Down the road I'll probably invest in a spotting scope and in the mean time I have use for it for photography regardless. I've had about a 50/5...
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re: Binocular accessories - harnesses, tripods, window mounts, etc... - The Last Coco
[quote]You must do alot of midwest/western hunting[/quote] Live in Oklahoma currently and am in the beginning stages of planning a backcountry elk hunt with my brother. The binos and harness will get used all the time for turkey and deer (they have built in rangefinding which is awesome in most...
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Binocular accessories - harnesses, tripods, window mounts, etc... - The Last Coco
So I finally invested in some quality glass and bought a pair of Leica Geovid R 10x42 binoculars. Super pumped about upping my optics game. [img]https://i.imgur.com/IXhzvkj.jpg width=400[/img] Now I need to outfit myself with the accessory to fully utilize my noc'ers. I've got 3 pieces in mind: ...
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re: Any S&W M&P fans here? - The Last Coco
[quote]LINK Cheaper and free shipping here[/quote] You linked the full size, he linked the compact. The compact on your link is $410 [link=(https://www.sportsmansoutdoorsuperstore.com/products2.cfm/ID/198820)]S&W M&P9 M2.0 Compact - $409.99[/link]...
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re: Should we do this? Scientists ‘wake’ wooly mammoth cell -first step to bringing them back - The Last Coco
You'll never recreate a mammoth because part of what makes it a mammoth is being raised by and living with other mammoths. At best, you'd bring back something that genetically resembles a mammoth but with none of the social structure and environmental factors that actually make it a mammoth. Their f...
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re: Has anyone ever sous vide a pork tenderloin for 12 hours? (Updated with pics) - The Last Coco
[quote] texture might be different than what you are used to [/quote] Yeah I've done lamb and steaks for 4 hours and the texture really started to get on the mushy side. Wouldn't do that again. I know pork is a different animal and all, but I imagine a tenderloin would react similarly. ...
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re: Overpopulated bass lake/pond - The Last Coco
Knowing nothing else about the pond, I'd recommend keeping 50lbs/acre/year of fish for at least the next 2 years and then see where you're at. Healthy ponds still need 25-35lbs/acre/year of fish removed. You're playing catch up. ETA: until you're willing to make a committed effort to correct the...
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re: Best things you have had in a crawfish boil - The Last Coco
I had something last year that I'd never experienced before - they boiled the sausage with the crawfish and then took it off and tossed it on the grill to crisp the skin. I was impressed....
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