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  1. Saw one in the yard yesterday, the blue/gray color. First one I have seen in 7 or 8 years. We called them spradnatters when I was growing up. When they get tired of you messing with them they will rollover onto their back as if they are dead.
  2. If you don't mind a trip to fort smith, Steve at fiberglass specialist, inc. is as good as anyone with fiberglass.
  3. Some say that it's caused from them feeding on crawdads.
  4. Went over to tennkiller Sunday afternoon and caught some largemouths that were wearing bright red lipstick.
  5. Their durability makes them cheaper. Pro staff discounts also help.
  6. I think that when the fish are finicky the keitech is better, due to it being softer,has a better scent, and a slightly better action. I also have more confidence in getting a bite with it. After I have found some fish I will almost always switch to the speed shad because of durability and price.
  7. I'm pretty sure these are smallmouths.
  8. Vernon, allow us to help you with your snake phobia. Here is a harmless little worm snake to get you started, notice how it's protecting the rose from all those bugs.
  9. It could be worse, you could have these things to contend with.
  10. I have a few questions about the two yellow wires. Do they run from the stator to rectifier? You stated one time that they were unhooked from rectifier and another the two yellow stator wires were unhooked and the engine ran both times. How much trouble would it be to replace these two wires? Could they be grounding out somewhere?
  11. I've read this whole thread and looked at all the pictures. I don't understand why all the fuss. All I've seen are bream, black perch, and pumpkinseed.
  12. 1farmer

    2019 Garden Thread

    This is a picture of a volunteer peach that my uncle sent me yesterday.
  13. 1farmer

    2019 Garden Thread

    Slug infested verbena's. They would really look good if the slugs would quit eating the blooms.
  14. 1farmer

    2019 Garden Thread

    Last of the lilies, these will bloom throughout the summer and into the fall.
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