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Hey guys this does not mean that you only use livebait this is just for people who want to discuss tips and tactic for different kinds of live bait and rigs. I hope you enjoy it.

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Gear towards technological advancement, sacrificing lost arts 32 Replies

Started by Leo Nguyen. Last reply by carl hendrix May 2, 2016.

Aberdeen Hooks? Am I Too Old Fashioned? 11 Replies

Started by scott mcilrath. Last reply by Kelly Peterson Apr 25, 2016.

Good time to start up vermicompost bins/farms 25 Replies

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Comment by John Sheehan on February 5, 2016 at 7:50am

That's horrible Jim .Sorry to hear!

Comment by Leo Nguyen on February 4, 2016 at 6:22pm

Fortunately for you Carl, I do know the smell of the papermills. We have 6 recycling facility here, including papermills. Nasty crap that made me cry every time I was within 2 miles of them.

Comment by carl hendrix on February 4, 2016 at 6:11pm

John; and Leo;; funny thing is;; at some of the plants I had to work at;; the paper mills;; got a little information on those things !  the S M E L L of a paper plant is hordendious !! spreads out for miles around !!  and;; a little inside information;; look at your dollar bill;; think;; where do they get that paper from ?? as well as the ink ??  answer is;;; the counce paper mill;; right in the corner of alabama;; miss. and tn . !!     mc/nairy county;; home of buford pusser; of walking tall fame !!

Comment by Leo Nguyen on February 4, 2016 at 4:59pm

The funny thing about those little buggers are, they got sprayed with so much pesticides and herbicides, they became immune to quite a bit of the current day chemical store brands. We then specialize a chemical cocktail to kill these buggers, and they're adapting to the new cocktail, based on the old generation genetic adaptation to the old pesticides. We'll have superbugs pretty soon.

Comment by jim cosgrove on February 4, 2016 at 4:54pm

we have the asian beetle here.has killed at least 50 trees on my property.i had 8 ash trees over 100 years old that shaded my whole back yard.heart breaking.and all we do is keep inporting more and more crap and the little hitchhikers that come with.they estimate the asian beetles have killed a few BILLION trees.oh well got lots of firewood

Comment by Slip Sinker on February 4, 2016 at 2:35pm

struck the polical comment John... just a logical statement

Comment by John Sheehan on February 4, 2016 at 1:59pm

I am a bit concerned of breaking rules of political nature here ,but I was under the impression that a logging industry run by residents of the area would have the sense to manage better than a Federal land grabbing approach but I am not in a position to judge.

Comment by Leo Nguyen on February 4, 2016 at 1:38pm

Logging industries also cannot understand the biological dangers and balance, where they focused mainly on growing and harvesting. I worked with Dept of Forestry, as well as logging companies, where the two could not see eyes-to-eyes. Hell broke loose between these two, since one focused on preservation, while the other was profits. Me, I'm in the middle, pointing at the craps the downstream habitats and communities were suffering, where profits were dwarfed by the costs of the tax payers from 200 to 3000x more than what the companies made per year.

Comment by John Sheehan on February 4, 2016 at 1:29pm

I am not astute about this subject Leo but that was my 1st thought ! Perhaps my cynicism was heightened  because shortly before I read an article about how the logging industry was being threatened by mismanagement by the BLM .

Comment by Leo Nguyen on February 4, 2016 at 1:04pm

Biocontrol..the funny part about biocontrol is, benefit to one part, may be a problem in the later parts, if the predation species is not local to the local states. Chemicals will be..well..chemicals. Can you feel the burns?

 

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