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Saltwater tackle box/bag - will1883
I usually make a few trips down to Grand Isle every year with a friend. Last year, I had to cut my tackle bag open with scissors because of what the saltwater did to the zippers. What does the OB use?...
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re: Toyota baws: Sell me on a Tundra - will1883
I bought a 2017 1794 4x4 about 7 months ago. I love it. For all those worried about fuel mileage..... determine how many miles you drive a year and calculate the extra cost. Then think about the times you had to go to the shop for your ford/gm for random stuff. $400, $600, $1200 a pop. There go yo...
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re: Truck upgrades you like and dislike - will1883
Likes: Tundra over my last Ford Amp Research Running Boards Leather Seats Bed cover Disklikes: (not that I dislike them, just don’t use them that much) Remote start ...
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House insurance for rehab house - will1883
I recently purchased a house that had been burned for $20K. I’m going to rehab it for $150K or so. I’m finding a hard time getting insured. How does one go about insuring a house like this? ...
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Insurance for fishing camp question - will1883
I was thinking of buying into a fishing camp in Grand Isle. The only problem is that the camp is not insured. Would there be a way for me to buy insurance for a portion of it?...
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re: 300 Blackout for Hogs? - will1883
We’ve shot lots of hogs with the 300 Blackout. In our experience, the subsonic is not lethal enough to shoot hogs with. That being said, if you see a hog and you have a 300 Blackout in your hands with subsonics...have some fun! Suppressed and supersonic is the way to go though....
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re: House plans - will1883
Also, does anyone recommend any architects that would be good at designing these types of houses? Thanks!...
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re: House plans - will1883
Thank you all for the suggestions. I've put a link to an image of the lot to give you an idea of the layout. Please let me know if that does not work. The approximate depth of the longer red line is 167'. The approximate length of the shorter red line is 70'. That's the usable area of the lot. ...
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re: House plans - will1883
Thanks for all the help and suggestions. The lot is in a very nice spacious and hilly subdivision. I just bought one of the last lots on a ridgetop, knowing it would be a challenging project. There are fairly steep wooded hills on each side of the ridge, with a lake at the bottom. I think it wou...
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re: House plans - will1883
If I do a front loading garage, I could probably do a 45’ wide house. Right now I’m looking at a 2 car garage and a 2 car dettached garage....
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re: House plans - will1883
I really don’t have any other choice with this lot....
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Narrow house plans - will1883
I’m trying to get ideas for house plans for a ridgetop lot, very narrow. Does anyone know of any high-end Louisiana neighborhoods with narrow lots and front-loading garages that I could get some ideas from?...
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House plans - will1883
I’m trying to get ideas for house plans for a ridgetop lot, very narrow. Does anyone know of any high-end Louisiana neighborhoods with narrow lots and front-loading garages that I could get some ideas from?...
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re: need to buy a truck by year end... - will1883
I just got rid of my 2011 F150 5.0 because of the issues I was having: oil consumption, extremely hard shift between first and second gear at parking lot speeds (felt like someone was rear ending me), and a few electrical issues. Went with a 2017 Tundra 1794 and couldn’t be happier. ...
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Camp in Grand Isle - will1883
Does anyone here have a camp in Grand Isle? And how far of a drive is it for you? I’m thinking of buying in to one....
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re: Riflescope Help - will1883
[quote]I’m in Missouri on a stand as I type and wish I would have brought a better,higher power scope.[/quote] What do you currently have?...
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re: Riflescope Help - will1883
I would meet in the middle and go with Swaro Z3. You’ll never need 18x for shooting a deer. ...
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re: Broadhead Tuning. Did I mess up? *Update-Kinda - will1883
Sounds like you just sighted in your broadheads, not necessarilly tuned it to your broadheads. If the broadheads and field points are hitting in the same spots, your bow is perfectly tuned. I look at paper tuning as more of a rough tuning of your bow and broadhead tuning as more of a fine tuning t...
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re: Looking for advice for scope - will1883
I would go with the 3.5-10x40 over that one. It's cheaper, mounts lower to the gun, lighter, and more compact. You don't need the larger objective for light gathering or the extra magnification for deer hunting. Do a little research on it. ...
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re: New Truck Market - will1883
I was in the same boat a couple of weeks ago. Was leaning F150. The frills and gas mileage were tempting. Logged in to consumer reports at last minute and went with the tundra. The reliability ratings blew everything else out of the water. It was also their top recommended full-size truck. With my...
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