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    I keep Canadian nightcrawlers alive for months...

    I keep Canadian nightcrawlers alive for months too in the same box. I keep them in the upper refrigerator door which is a little warmer than the other places in the refrigerator.
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    I like the 2# pound Crystal Fireline ice.

    I like the 2# pound Crystal Fireline ice.
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    Yeah, I forgot to mention that you should season...

    Yeah, I forgot to mention that you should season them with your favorite rub first. Then wrap in foil and slow cook them. Also instead of the broiler, I throw them on the grill for about 10 min. a...
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    Works good, got this off the Internet: Half...

    Works good, got this off the Internet:

    Half an hour before you want to begin cooking the ribs, preheat the oven to 225 degrees F and remove the ribs from the refrigerator to warm up.
    Wrap the...
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    The last hour before sunset is when they really...

    The last hour before sunset is when they really turn on.
  6. A mini version of those would be awesome for...

    A mini version of those would be awesome for Bluegills.
  7. Thread: Worm Food

    by Techno2000
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    My homemade mix is: 1/4cup each of chicken layer...

    My homemade mix is: 1/4cup each of chicken layer mash, 1/4cup Black Kow, 1/4cup coffee grounds, I add also 1Tbs sugar and 1tps ground oyster shells. I put all this in a small food processor and turn...
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    Can't you just use it backward and tie the line...

    Can't you just use it backward and tie the line to the opposite end, and have the assist hook be the trailer hook?
  9. Thread: Jig weight

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    The lighter the Jig, the lighter the line must be...

    The lighter the Jig, the lighter the line must be to cast it effectively. For example, you will get no casting distance trying to cast a 1/64oz jig with 6# mono.
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    Amazon.com...

    Amazon.com
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    You could always use a loop knot on a plain...

    You could always use a loop knot on a plain hook,that would give the minnow more movement.
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    I have some of those "FeatherLight" rods they are...

    I have some of those "FeatherLight" rods they are made out of fiberglass and are a little bit heavier than a typical UltraLight rod.
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    Fill halfway up with mono, then braid,put both on...

    Fill halfway up with mono, then braid,put both on as tight as possible so they wont dig in.
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    Yes, you can find it, but they're so many other...

    Yes, you can find it, but they're so many other seafood dishes that dominate around here. I just started hearing about shrimp and grits a few years ago.
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    422292 If ya'll looking for a good frozen food...

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    If ya'll looking for a good frozen food enchilada these are great.
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    I love grits, but down here in New Orleans dishes...

    I love grits, but down here in New Orleans dishes like shrimp and grits are not even on the radar.
  17. Thread: Green carp

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    Down here in South Louisiana the old-timers used...

    Down here in South Louisiana the old-timers used to call them green trout.
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    If I'm new to a spot and see other people fishing...

    If I'm new to a spot and see other people fishing I always ask if they know of any other places to fish. That has led to some real good bank fishing spots I didn't know about.
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    Shakespeare Micro Series rod with 6# braid.

    Shakespeare Micro Series rod with 6# braid.
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    Yeah, usually people pay extra for something...

    Yeah, usually people pay extra for something because it's more durable,but that's not the case for these high end rods.
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    Yep, Hubig’s Pies, they say they will be back in...

    Yep, Hubig’s Pies, they say they will be back in business real soon...we will see if that happens.
  22. Thread: Turtle jigs

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    Just bought a card of black/chartreuse...Paypal...

    Just bought a card of black/chartreuse...Paypal makes it too easy...Lol
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    I just use a couple of Surgeon's loops for my...

    I just use a couple of Surgeon's loops for my tandem rigs. Just thread on two jigs at the same time. Tie the bottom jig first with the loop knot, then slide the second jig where you want it, and tie...
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    Wapsi makes a no-collar 1/48 oz Jig Wapsi Super...

    Wapsi makes a no-collar 1/48 oz Jig Wapsi Super Jig Head | FishUSA
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    I would go with 6# braid, it probably has the...

    I would go with 6# braid, it probably has the same strength of 12# mono. I had the same braid on my reels for years.
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    Just cut off a piece of 18 inches 10# mono. ...

    Just cut off a piece of 18 inches 10# mono. Next, wrap this piece of 10 lb. mono around your main line on the fishing rod where you want the knot to be (your main fishing line has to be taut on...
  27. A wire keeper is much better, the plastic will...

    A wire keeper is much better, the plastic will pull apart before it slips down the jig.
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    2# it's a spoon, the hook is always trailing. The...

    2# it's a spoon, the hook is always trailing. The picture is kinda confusing.
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    Well, I use Berkley fireline crystal ice 2# It's...

    Well, I use Berkley fireline crystal ice 2# It's white, and have no problems seeing it, and tying knots with it.
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    You might want to try a 2# braid, it will have...

    You might want to try a 2# braid, it will have much more strength than 2# mono.
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