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re: The Official Kayak Thread - The Last Coco
[quote]There are ways to car mount damn near any kayak so I wouldn't let that stop you. quote: There are ways to car mount damn near any kayak so I wouldn't let that stop you. I drive probably the worst car when it comes to mounting/hauling shite - a soft top Mazda Miata convertible. [/q...
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re: The Official Kayak Thread - The Last Coco
I'd really look hard at that new Old Town Topwater 120 PDL they announced yesterday. MSRP is $2150 I think. Spend another $500 on a good depth finder and kan you're in business for anything. For any type of serious kayak fishing out of San Diego, fresh or salt, a good graph is a must in my opinion. ...
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re: The Official Kayak Thread - The Last Coco
[quote] Haven't bought yet. Going to go by the store this weekend to pick their brains a bit more. Although when they were telling me about the i11s I told them I wasn't interested since I couldn't take it to La Jolla and the guy's response was "Why the hell couldn't you?" I figure as long as t...
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re: Bass Trip Ideas - The Last Coco
Green bay smallie trip has to be up there. Chasing big Alabama Bass (spotted bass to most) on Lake Lanier. If you've never targeted coastal/marsh bass, it is fun as hell. Another smallie rec is a trip near the headwaters of the Mississippi River. ...
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re: The Official Kayak Thread - The Last Coco
[quote]5HP engine on a yak[/quote] I watched the whole build yesterday. Pretty impressive even if completely impractical. That guy knows how to mod a kayak for sure. He claims he got up to 15-17mph I think. That is absolutely insane. I'd take it for a spin for sure....
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re: The Official Kayak Thread - The Last Coco
Taking an inflatable paddleboard (which is what the i11s essentially is) through the surf and la Jolla sounds like a recipe for losing a ton of gear. If you havent already bought it, I'd reconsider. If you have, best of luck. As I mentioned before, my best friend lives just off Mission Bay and fi...
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re: Sharpening blades - The Last Coco
[quote] recommend you ditch the electric and learn to clean with Traditional filet knife.[/quote]for volume cleaning, the electric is the better option. For small batches, fish you're not used to handling, and large fish in general you should stick to manual....
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re: Weather for Monday, May 20. Attention: N TX, Cen. OK, S KS High risk forecast - The Last Coco
Rain has started coming down in earnest. Heavy, large droplets with accompanying thunder. Winds are increasingly severe. My mulberry tree is likely devoid of ripe fruit by now. No hail in the city proper yet and hoping it stays that way....
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re: Weather for Monday, May 20. Attention: N TX, Cen. OK, S KS High risk forecast - The Last Coco
I'm in central OKC off Classen and 34th (if that means anything to anyone). The rain just started. My basement is already saturated from this past event so I'm not looking forward to the coming hours. I'll keep you updated as long as I can....
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Bitter mulberries - what's the culprit? - The Last Coco
My usually productive mulberry tree has dutifully produced bountiful fruit this spring. I picked a couple cups today and has shocked at the poor flavor of the berries. Usually they are a beautiful mixture of sweet and tart, but today they are either nearly tasteless or just outright bitter. Very lit...
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re: Some pics of my shop build - The Last Coco
[quote]LSURoss[/quote] Keep meaning to hit you up on FB. Next time we get back to Shreveport to see the wife's family, I want to have you do a cutout for my son's room with his name, Pierre. Shop looks excellent btw....
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re: PSA: Jumped a bear the other night - The Last Coco
Bears are awesome. Black bear attacks are extremely rare. I think they are cool as hell to have around again. Pumped for a season in the near future....
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re: New member of the family - The Last Coco
[quote]We haven't decided on a name yet [/quote] she looks like a Butter Roux. Roux for short....
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re: New member of the family - The Last Coco
Good looking dog....
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re: Walmart bets big on attracting workforce with new HQ campus in Bentonville, AR - The Last Coco
[quote]Bentonville, AK[/quote] Thought they were hq'd in Arkansas? ...
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re: Cubera Snapper Catch - The Last Coco
Teeth are a good indicator but generally not definitive. Best way to tell is look at the tooth patch on the roof of the mouth. Cubera have a triangle shaped patch, mangroves have an arrow shaped patch. Another similarly colored snapper is the dog or dogtooth snapper. It has a tooth patch simil...
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re: Benchmade Osborne Died, What Do You Carry - The Last Coco
I EDC a BM Hunt Summit Lake Small. Don't think it is in production anymore, but I love it. It is on the heavy side though and if not wearing jeans or structured pants, it can sag your pockets on fishing shorts, etc... I love the classic look of the stabilized wood. Just looks like a knife should if ...
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re: Neurotic Boykin Spaniel - The Last Coco
[quote]Chewing on him self, but no fleas If it is feet it could be food allergies.[/quote] My 7 y/o female boykin does this. Puts her whole hind foot in her mouth and gnaws on it. It is definitely allergies, but it appears to be seasonal and not food related. ...
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re: The Official Kayak Thread - The Last Coco
[quote]I bought a Sundolphin Patriot that’s 8.6ft. I haven’t used it yet but wanted a couple kayaks for wife, kids and I. Apparently from reading reviews the one I bought sucks and wife thinks it’s for people that know what they are doing. I want my second one to be a tandem kayak and she’s thinking...
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