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  1. Longgun
    08-10-2015 09:19 AM - permalink
    Rob, i just bumped those chokes down to 50$ if youre interested.
  2. lucdavis
    01-12-2015 10:23 AM - permalink
    Hey Rob... I don't have your number anymore, makes you hard to get ahold of! If you want to share it... anyway, you put up a post about a local store with snow cover hoodies... I sent him a message and haven't heard back, now I can't find the link...
  3. fish-n-fool
    10-30-2013 01:55 PM - permalink
    Congrats! on the nice deer
  4. fish-n-fool
    10-15-2013 07:06 PM - permalink
    cool,good luck on the deer hunt hope you get it done early.
  5. Fowlmouth
    10-15-2013 04:19 PM - permalink
    It's been hit or miss out on Turpin. You just have to be in the right place and where the birds want to be. We shot 21 Saturday, yesterday was slow. I'm deer hunting this weekend so I'm not sure if I will get out, depends if I can punch the deer tag quickly. Good luck!
  6. fish-n-fool
    10-15-2013 02:32 PM - permalink
    not far unless they are doing the same and dragging over. itgets so thick and deep 50 feet before the dam that we have to pull the boats through it. Nice hole right there to right in front of the dam on the right side/center, it's deep. you look like your enjoying the turpin you doing as well as last year?
  7. Fowlmouth
    10-14-2013 06:22 PM - permalink
    WOW! That's crazy. I have seen a lot of boats going down the channel. Where they all going?
  8. fish-n-fool
    10-14-2013 02:50 PM - permalink
    Thats what the pictures were of. Clogged back to the first island now going to try to get it opened this next weekend I am recruiting a few boats with winches we are going to tear the main clog up with anchors and winches. hopefully I can let you know some good news after the weekend. someone had been working on the middle prior to the opener and dug allot out the hard way with a shovel. we are going to use that to are advantage and rip that section up with the winch then hopefully hook a couple into the left side and pull the whole pile out and float it down to the bay where the tight s turn is at about 50 yrds down. we will see I guess.
    this is a before shot.
  9. Fowlmouth
    09-23-2013 08:55 AM - permalink
    Yes that # still works. I got the texts, but I don't get pictures on that phone. Sorry I didn't reply, I just hadn't checked that phone. Did you get all the way down the canal? Or were you blocked off from all the crap in the water?
  10. fish-n-fool
    09-23-2013 08:37 AM - permalink
    Sorry for no reply until now I usually would get a notification when I got a message on here and it doesn't show I got a reply?
    How was your youth hunt? I saw your post about the phrag swallowing up your hunting spot. the **** sucks man.
    The channel is locked up tight from about 300yrds down from that small island you have to motor around its 250yrds long then open up again, then another big blockage in that tight area. the phrag has totally grown in the small channel from the pond to the flat also. I'm going down with the brush cutter sometime this week. as soon as I get my new frame put together.
    also is this # still good? 801-979-6875 I have sent pictures and text to it with no reply.

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