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re: Tide charts and tide ranges - skullraker
Salty Solutions look legit, but it doesn't give and SELA locations. ...
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re: Any Tripletail being caught around Lake Borgne ***Update - skullraker
You can get pretty close without spooking the fish. I'd stay at least 15 feet from the fish and cast upcurrent with the intent of drifting the bait close to the fish. Like the other guy said, the fish will see the bait and go get it. I would say that maybe 5 out of 10 hookups resuly in the fish ge...
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re: Any Tripletail being caught around Lake Borgne ***Update - skullraker
Dumb/uninformed question: I see all these state created "inshore reef" on the MS coast. My question is are these reefs above the waterline (rock piles) or are they all submerged? We drive the Waveland/BSL/Pass coast quite a bit on weekends and at certain spots I can see rocks sticking out above th...
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re: Tide charts and tide ranges - skullraker
I also use Windfinder, but I can't fand any tide related stuff on there? Help me find that if you can. ...
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Tide charts and tide ranges - skullraker
Can anyone suggest a site or app that give accurate tidal ranges for specific areas in SELA? My current routine is to use USGS Mobile Water Data app to see what the tide is ACTUALLY doing in real time. But it doesn't give tidal ranges. So I have been using Mike Lane's Rod N Reel tide table for th...
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re: Any Tripletail being caught around Lake Borgne ***Update - skullraker
Have not heard anything this year, but have tatooed them years ago. I agree that the best method is freelined live shrimp, no cork. They are a lil gunshy with the cork slapping when it lands. Also, if you see one on a pole or bouy marker, there is liable to be a few more on that same pole. After ...
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re: What’s the OB opinion: Best Hunting Rubber Boot for Louisiana - skullraker
Oh, one other Lacrosse prop: I have a pair of the Big Chief (tight ankle) hip boots that are older that the Grange. Believe I bought them in 1988, still going, no leaks. Of course I rarely wear them now as I have wimped out and mainly duck hunt from a Gatortail rig now. No boots required! Ha!...
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re: What’s the OB opinion: Best Hunting Rubber Boot for Louisiana - skullraker
True Story: I have a pair of un-insulated Lacrosse Grange boots that I bought in 1993; still wear them a lot. I also have some of the original made in USA Muck Wetland boots that I wear when it gets cold (<30). I have had the outer sole peel off the Mucks and had shoe repair put them back on. As I...
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re: Ravin crossbows - skullraker
Bottom line for me is that you will absolutely make a better shot with the X bow over a compound. There is a lot less to contend with on the X bow, less opportunity for something to go wrong. And to that end; I equate it to less non fatally wounded deer. Not to mention; I like filling my arsenal wi...
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re: Costa glasses- warranty question - skullraker
I had a similar situation prior to the Luxotica buyout. I had a silver frame Fantail with blue lenses, rubber falling off. Got a call that the silver frame no longer available, had to pick black, grey or tortoise frame. I called BS on that because they did not have an exact replacement. So he sai...
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re: Does a kayak make a good deer hauler - skullraker
Forget a kayak; get a pirouge. Not sure why kayaks are so damn popular; a pirouge is open and has way more room and carring capacity. And quite frankly; I can fish a lot easier fro pirouge than from "fishing kayak". Check out Bayou Fiberglass and Ron Chapman pirouges online. You an get one with a...
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re: Help Me Sling a Beetle Spin a Country Mile. - skullraker
I have a Zebco Micro 33 with 4# mono. It's on a 5.5' medium rod, nothing fancy. I have been putting the hurt on Goggleyes slinging the H&H Cajun micro spinners. I can cast it pretty far. If I need a lil more weight, I just go up one size on the jighead weight. Cain't bet those ole Pencil Sharpen...
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re: Crab Island Boat rental - skullraker
Thanks for the advice. Back to my thoughts of renting/borrowing from an individual; anybody got a name and contact? ...
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re: Crab Island Boat rental - skullraker
Will be there this coming Saturday through Wednesday. ...
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Crab Island Boat rental - skullraker
Can anybody recommend a company to rent a boat/pontoon from in Destin? Or if anyone knows if any private individuals would rent us a boat for a day. We have 12 of us all together; may need 2 rigs. Thanks. ...
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re: A/C not cooling house off. - skullraker
I see you had a leak detected in the condenser coil, very rare (usually the evaporator coil leaks). That being said, it will be very difficult to "repair" if the leak is in the section of the coil with fins. The water you see is overflow from your primary drain (inside evap unit). That drain line ...
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re: Where have the red fish gone? - skullraker
I have made the same observation in Delacroix this spring/summer. We usually could confidently rely on catching a limit of reds on every trip the past 2 summers, but this year, they are scarce in the normal haunts. Can't put finger on it; but I do see tons of these "tower boats" every time I go no...
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re: Best option to establish grass after tree - skullraker
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re: Best option to establish grass after tree - skullraker
[img]https://imgur.com/MSqUsCA[/img]...
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re: Best option to establish grass after tree - skullraker
OK, here's a shot at posting pics. [img]https://imgur.com/MSqUsCA[/img][img]https://imgur.com/VV3YB5a[/img][img]https://imgur.com/kkzqn5G[/img][img]https://imgur.com/y0OAzQa[/img]...
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