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Keiththom

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    Cedar Hill
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    Anything outdoors. Falconer, Herper, fishing, hunting, photography, columnist for American Falconry Magazine.

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  1. How do you know it's from a snake bite? Just wondering.
  2. The Nu Canoe Frontier 12 looks very stable. I'm not sure how maneuverable it would be? And it's EXPENSIVE. $1600 plus
  3. Ha Ha! I might not have that issue. I'm a petite 195 lbs.
  4. I'm looking for a really nice fishing kayak for pleasure riding and small-mouth fishing. Mostly small ozark rivers, Meramac / current / jacks fork. I typically carry camera gear so I'd like something pretty stable. (It will be carried in dry bags, but stability is still a plus). I have lots of boats, but know nothing about kayaks. Looks like sit on top models are the way to go. The wife needs one as well. She doesn't fish but we room for things like camping gear is a plus, even for her. Thanks!
  5. There's lots of nice spots around Eminence / Current River / Jacks Fork. But I can see it turning into another Branson some day.
  6. Definitely looks like I need to check out the Jacks Fork !
  7. I don't think a 90 hp etec jet would be legal in most places on the current river. They have a 40 hp restriction.
  8. You are probably correct. So a 90 etec would not be legal where they restrict it to 40 hp "at the prop."
  9. What would a 90 Etec Jet measure at the jet? Many rivers have restrictions and go by "Horsepower measurements are the industry standard as measured at the propeller shaft." Does anyone know where I can find that information? I always assumed it measured 40 at the jet? But maybe not.
  10. Meramac state park up to Steelville is my usual hangout. And yes it's nice. I'm retiring soon and I'm looking for a "home in the woods with nice fishing and good scenery." St Louis is getting too close to me. And yes, it seems like the best places have been ruined by hordes of people and jet boats.
  11. That's funny! Actually, the upper Big is very nice.
  12. This may not fit in this forum but I didn't know where else to put it. Question: In you own opinion, what would you consider to be the most scenic river / stretch of river in this state? Hopefully with a nice population of smallmouth. I've heard some name the black river and I've never been on it? Just wondering what others thought. I've floated and fished quite a few of our streams, but haven't done them all.
  13. Is there a boat ramp at Washington state park. A friend says there is and the website says there is. I've motored up to the park many times and have never seen it. I was supposed to put in there this weekend.
  14. It's been many, many years since I've pulled in a Walleye. And I fish the meramac a lot for smallies. What's a good method, if someone wanted to target these fish? Or at least have a reasonably decent chance at pulling one in.
  15. Unfortunately, Tonto suffered an early death due to a rattlesnake bite.
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