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re: Ishmael Sopsher will likely be a day one starter at LSU - TheDrunkenTigah
Shut it down boys, CP3LSU25’s instincts are telling him in April that it’s over....
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re: Formal complaint to state calls EBR COA 'organized crime operation' - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]I don’t understand how they continue to get away with the things they do. I have zero confidence they’ll be stopped. [/quote] It's gone from mind-boggling to just plain expected at this point. Their entire defense every time is essentially the George Costanza "was that wrong? should I not ...
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re: Ishmael Sopsher will likely be a day one starter at LSU - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote] Listen man, I want these kids to be Tigers. But at the end of the day, these kids and their families know what's going on. [/quote] So what about family members saying it’s LSU? :popcorn:...
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re: Shreveport CCA Banquet Tonight 4/26 - TheDrunkenTigah
Hell no. I went fishing in a private pond last weekend and didn’t catch shite. I have no idea how but not a doubt in my mind them sombitches are involved. ...
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re: Ishmael Sopsher will likely be a day one starter at LSU - TheDrunkenTigah
This board is ate up with the vagina....
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re: Whitetail Institute Mineral versus mixing your own - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote] Is that the same thing as trace mineral salt?[/quote] Stock salt is just plain salt with no additives that’s used for mixing with livestock minerals, versus something that would be used for de-icing. I want to say it was about $3.50/ 50lb sack when I bought this spring. Trace mineral salt...
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re: Whitetail Institute Mineral versus mixing your own - TheDrunkenTigah
I have no idea what the frick you're talking about, but you seem kinda special so I'm just gonna slowly back away without making direct eye contact. :cheers:...
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re: Whitetail Institute Mineral versus mixing your own - TheDrunkenTigah
So even though trophy rock pays QDMA to use that logo, the author still wouldn’t endorse the product, quotes multiple studies about supplements having no significant impact, and spells it out in plain English that habitat and management are more important. Solid conspiracy you’ve uncovered here....
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re: Whitetail Institute Mineral versus mixing your own - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote] Yeah I agree. I actually read that QDMA article this morning. My main goal of doing this is to get an inventory of the deer in the area. [/quote] Couple bags of di-cal and trace, and mix it 3-1 with stock salt. It’s cheap as hell, and is easy to find. High salt ratio will draw them ...
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re: Whitetail Institute Mineral versus mixing your own - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote] You may ask "Buster, the article you posted instructs me to put minerals out. Why would QDMA tell me to waste my money?". Because QDMA partners with companies such as Trophy Rock, who tricks gullible hunters into paying big bucks for nearly pure salt. [/quote] The QDMA article you qu...
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re: Whitetail Institute Mineral versus mixing your own - TheDrunkenTigah
I’ve mixed my own out of what you said. Read the labels and it’s not hard to make the same blend yourself. Don’t forget to add salt. Deer don’t like the taste of pure mineral mix and are only licking it for the salt. FWIW, there’s been several studies done that show mineral supplements don’t do ...
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re: State Largemouth Bass Record Chart - TheDrunkenTigah
Florida strain is also more prevalent down south. A pure northern strain bass over 8lbs is a giant. ...
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re: State Largemouth Bass Record Chart - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote] the fish from Georgia[/quote] [img]http://a.espncdn.com/winnercomm/outdoors/bassmaster/i/P2v_BMM_0606_PerrysBass1.jpg[/img]...
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re: State Largemouth Bass Record Chart - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]I thought the current LA state record bass was from the LSU lakes?[/quote] Top 10, but has been broken many times over, mostly by Caney. ...
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re: Meat Processing Equipment Recommendations - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]I have a small grinder but it takes a while to do more than a couple of lbs of meat.[/quote] It's not equipment per se, but the best favor you can do for yourself is find a place to work where you have room. A kitchen's worth of counterspace gets taken up quick with tubs, cutting boards, e...
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re: Gill/Purse Seine Nets in Mississippi waters are impacting Speckled Trout fishery in Miss - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote] CCA is a joke. To chicken shite to take a stance.[/quote] Spoken like a true armchair activist. ...
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re: Gill/Purse Seine Nets in Mississippi waters are impacting Speckled Trout fishery in Miss - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote]I'm sure the CCA will jump on this issue like they did the waterway issue. Wait never mind the CCA let this happen too because its been going on for years in Miss.[/quote] Who do you think got gill nets banned in LA? The amount of hate CCA gets simply because they can’t please everyone all...
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re: Fishing biloxi - TheDrunkenTigah
MS established a lot of artificial reefs with the debris from Katrina and some other projects. Specks are very hit or miss but there’s usually some drum, reds, and founder around. I’m on my phone but mdwf has a map and the coords for all reefs on their website. ...
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re: The $300.00 Baitcaster - TheDrunkenTigah
[quote] Who the heck spends $300.00 on a reel[/quote] People who fish a lot and want very specific things in a reel. Most of mine are in the 150-200 range, but I’ve held an Aldebaran and it’s noticeably lighter and smoother. If I fished more or for a living I wouldn’t even flinch at getting a cou...
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re: Mystery tackle box, lucky tackle subscribers - TheDrunkenTigah
I got mystery tackle box as a gift for a few months. It was fun to get them but overall I didn’t find myself using the stuff. It’s hard to put together a box that’s applicable to any one area. My money was better spent just buying the stuff I actually wanted. ...
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