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    4 Weeks Ago
    Limbrat replied to a thread Official Guns Thread in The Rec Room
    Pretty unique design Mellow. Does the short rib affect your sight picture with the barrel extensions? Although I'm not as big a bird hunter as I used to be, the 870 is the only scattergun I've hunted with for several years. Choke tubes have been a game changer as far as shotguns go.
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    4 Weeks Ago
    Big or small, we cut 'em all. Nice job Ryan.
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    Limbrat replied to a thread Official Guns Thread in The Rec Room
    Do you have a chronograph Jim? I'm curious how you're working that load up without any data. My advice would be to let your buddy shoot first.;) Buddy those top ten are hilarious!
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    12-15-2017
    Limbrat replied to a thread How'd it go today? in Odds and Ends
    Not fun for sure but recent advances in dentistry are amazing. I had a crown that had fallen off re-cemented last week, the gums had grown nearly over the stump and had to be lazered off. I would not make a good cannibal. The odor and taste was pretty foul. The Dentist (whom my Dental Hygienist daughter works for) said he could have used the scalpel but with the laser there is no blood.
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    12-15-2017
    Limbrat replied to a thread How'd it go today? in Odds and Ends
    Tough day for sure Brian. Yep. I got pulled one night last week with a tail light out (my operator smashed it with a limb). I had three rifles on the the passenger seat which started a hunting conversation. The deputy said it was just a courtesy stop make sure I knew the light was out, no warning, didn't even tell me to get it fixed.
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    12-14-2017
    Limbrat replied to a thread Leaving gear aloft. in Climbing Forum
    Jump right in Zane, welcome sir!
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    12-14-2017
    Outstanding work Reg, it's amazing how long it took those tops to land.
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    12-14-2017
    The other nine? Man you've got a quiver full.
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    12-14-2017
    You need some fresh grouper, snapper or tuna my friend. Certain species of shark are okay if handled and prepared right, but to me it still has a little twang to it that is hard to describe. Sharks MUST be killed, gutted and immersed in slush IMMEDIATELY to be fit for the table. I've never eaten a shark liver, but they are enormous. Shark liver oil is supposed to have some pretty good health benefits so maybe I'll play like the killer whales and try some raw. Or not.
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    12-14-2017
    Limbrat replied to a thread Songs I Like in MBTV
    That High-Vis piano man is kicking Cory! One of my all time favorites. Mark Lowry is a funny dude with a great voice. He also wrote the lyrics. https://youtu.be/bXmfkFoX-PE
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    12-14-2017
    15 is a big one. Growing up, driving soon, boys on the brain but hopefully and always Daddy's girl. My Princess just got engaged.
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    12-13-2017
    No, I hadn't heard about it Cory. I've said before that I'm no big fan of sharks. The population of every species in the Gulf where I fish are at all time highs for my lifetime. Being a fisherman, of course I don't like them eating a fair percentage of the fish I hook or destroying my cast nets. They cost local shrimpers a tremendous amount of money and time because of their propensity to bite through shrimp trawls as they are being towed. They could be called coastal coyotes or the pine beetles of the sea, however, if I decide to dispatch one, I try and make it as quick as possible. Even though I kill and eat both fish and game, I have great respect for most species. At the risk of opening a can of worms I'll say, on the other side of the coin, I have mixed emotions because it seems that many species are being valued at or above human life.
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    12-13-2017
    That's pretty brutal. A lot of different species here but thankfully nothing that painful. One species, the cannonball jellyfish, is harvested commercially for sale to the Japanese. Never tried one myself but some years they can be so thick it's unbelievable. I can rub them on my face with no reaction, but I've heard of some people that feel a mild sting.
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    12-12-2017
    Limbrat replied to a thread Leaving gear aloft. in Climbing Forum
    Plenty of squirrels here but in my hunting stands I sometimes leave a line for extended periods without any chewage. As far as work, in live pines that I haven't finished at day's end, I'll pull in a piece of mule tape to keep from sapping up a throw line.
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    12-11-2017
    Limbrat replied to a thread Woodworking in The Rec Room
    Very impressive Bob!
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    12-09-2017
    Limbrat replied to a thread TreeStuff inventory? in Gear Forum
    :lol:
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    12-09-2017
    Limbrat replied to a thread Official Guns Thread in The Rec Room
    That's funny Bob, I just ordered some IMI 9mm ammo yesterday. Had never heard of it, but it had very good reviews. I think I read that it was made in Israel.
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    12-07-2017
    :lol: Nasty things are like a cross cut saw and being as careful as I can, still usually get bled by 'em.
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    11-29-2017
    If you've got a throw bag and throw line, you've got a plumb bob, Bob.
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    11-27-2017
    It's mighty refreshing to see someone as humble and hungry as you are Robert. You're right on, the book and dvd study is vital, but there's a lot of book smart folks that are field stupid. Doing the work, seeing how different species hinge, putting rigging practices to work, climbing, running saws, most of the confidence and skill comes from field experience.
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    11-25-2017
    Great way of looking at it Spydie and very well put.
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    11-24-2017
    Limbrat replied to a thread HUNTING 2017 in The Rec Room
    Oh my! Heck of a mulie.
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    11-24-2017
    Nice Brian! What'd you cut the riser with?
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    11-24-2017
    It's all relative Robert. Markets are different all over the country. Work in the city is generally more costly than that in the country. For someone in another part of the country to tell you what to charge for a tree in North Mississippi wouldn't be realistic. Your best bet would be to talk to local arborists to get a general feel for your area. And then there's the human factor in all that too. We do a lot of freebies and low bids for widows and vets. Whatever you and the customer find fair and agreeable is great. Of course you need to make a profit. Along with that, doing quality work, having a good reputation and being able to sleep well means a lot.
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    11-24-2017
    Limbrat replied to a thread TreeStuff inventory? in Gear Forum
    It was good while it lasted. I sure hate to see a good outfit bought out and trashed. Time will tell but Sherrill is probably cutting his own throat.
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    11-22-2017
    :thumbup:
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    11-20-2017
    One tough dude!
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    11-20-2017
    Thanks Sean, I'll check mine out.
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    11-14-2017
    Yep. Get on a hot muffler with a pair of grip gloves and you can't get 'em off fast enough:onfire:
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    11-13-2017
    Limbrat replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    Motivating the bottom rung to climb up is much more beneficial to them and their society than encouraging them to stay where they are.
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Florida cracker, raised on a farm in central Florida. Daddy was an ironworker/welder for NASA at Cape Canaveral along with running the farm. I bailed out of central Florida when the Disney boom hit. Been on the NW Gulf coast for over 35 years. Raised two fine kids, been married to the same wonderful woman for 30 years. Retired Duke Energy Lineman. Have commercial fished and along with tree work, also currently guide fisherman, alligator and hog hunters.
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