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  1. 2 points
    Jim Almquist

    Bourbon and Whiskey

    If you can find them for a reasonable price a Oliva Master Blend 3 is a nice smoke that dose not need a lot of rest. A Crown Heads Jericho Hill or Arturo Fuente Hemingway are also a nice smokes that should not need much rest. If you can pick up a fiver from JRs or Famous and keep them in Tupperware with a 65% Boveda Pack you can let them rest until you want to smoke. The prices on line are better then most shops, and most shops keep there cigars a little too wet for smoking right away. All of these are more of the medium type smokes so they are a little easier to take on when you don't smoke often.
  2. 2 points
    Walleyehooker

    Running Carbides And Wearbars

    If you have them why wouldn't you just put them on now. I would
  3. 1 point
    Jim Almquist

    Bourbon and Whiskey

    Another thing is to wait till it gets warmer. Need the temp to be at least 60 before the flavors will taste right. Any colder and the cigar will taste lousy and it dose not matter what cigar you choose.
  4. 1 point
    Wanderer

    Running Carbides And Wearbars

    Put em on and enjoy a better ride for the rest of the season. That’s what ya got em for.
  5. 1 point
    Wanderer

    Foam Rollers

    Sure, I’ll sell it to ya for a quarter after I’m done rolling myself on it every which way imaginable. Original cost is $20-25 so I’m not too worried about depreciation. Plus anything that helps get the knots and tension out of my back will be a good friend for a long time. I like my masseuse too but at $60/hr I think our LTR is doomed.
  6. 1 point
    leech~~

    Foam Rollers

    Looks like one of them new fangled deals that I'll see in a garage sale is a few years along with Ab blasters, aerobic step, yogo mats, stair steppers, treadmills and stationary bikes! But I hope it works for ya.
  7. 1 point
    Jeremy airjer W

    Interesting Issue

    When its wonky its usually a ground issue. Have you looked to see if your tail/brake lights are working correctly?
  8. 1 point
    nofishfisherman

    Bourbon and Whiskey

    You have no idea! We started the night with wagyu steaks on the grill, moved to the whiskey tasting, and then capped it off with cigars and another couple pours from our favorite bottles. It was a good night. We're working on setting up another one with a tasting of another type of liquor.
  9. 1 point
    nofishfisherman

    Bourbon and Whiskey

    I actually don't know a ton about them either. I'm only an occasional cigar smoker. However, my wife travels to Cuba occasionally so I have her pick me up some Monte Cristo #2 and then whatever else her contacts there recommend. The Monte Cristos are fantastic and go well with bourbon or the 7 year aged Havana Club rum I have. My humidor only has at most maybe 10 cigars in it but usually they are all cuban unless someone gifts me something else.
  10. 1 point
    Wanderer

    Bourbon and Whiskey

    That’s a good question. Once every couple years I get a craving too but couldn’t tell you a dang thing beyond make sure it’s not dry. You could describe the taste you’re looking for to someone at a decent smoke shop and they could help you out - kinda like picking a wine. Otherwise get a pack of Backwoods Smokes to get by on the cheap. As long as we’re going back a bit off topic I wanna see if if anyone else has tried beers from Kona Brewery - my new favorite. The Sampler pack is a good start. My least favorite is Castaway IPA but I deal with it so I can get to Firerock, Big Wave and Longboard. Each fits a different mood so I like to have the option. And the last single flavor I tried was Pipeline; a porter with Kona coffee. It calls for a goblet or at least a wine glass in pinch to get the best out of it but so worth it for what I consider a “regular” priced beer.
  11. 1 point
    MN BassFisher

    Lotw Canadian Slabs!

    For our final day of fishing on our stay at Flag Island Resort we went back into the Canadian side of LOTW to target giant Crappies through the ice. We caught good numbers of Crappies along with some real Slabs, throw in a 26" Walleye and Day 3 did not disappoint! It was tough to leave Flag Island but I will be back up there again soon fishing off the grid and taking in the beautiful sights and sounds.
  12. 1 point
    nofishfisherman

    Bourbon and Whiskey

    We did of course drink each one but we did foresee the issue of getting drunk so we tried to remain moderately sober throughout the process. Each sample was a splash in a glass, not 25 separate shots. I would say we were all in pretty good shape throughout the tasting and could remain reasonable objective throughout without the liquor doing all the talking. After the tasting was over is when the wheels sort of fell off of things. Thats when we headed outside for cigars and a couple more drinks that were a touch larger than a splash in a glass.
  13. 1 point
    nofishfisherman

    Bourbon and Whiskey

    My daily drinker lately has been Rebel Yell Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Last summer I had some buddies over to the house and we all brought whatever whiskey/bourbons we had and we did a taste test. We ended up with 25 different bottles to try and we collectively ranked them in order from first to worst. We all agreed that Rebel Yell stacked up really well against the more expensive $50-75 bottles. I think we had it ranked 3rd or 4th overall which is pretty solid for a $15 bourbon. I've actually found it as cheap as $9.99 at Trader Joes for awhile but they just increased the price to $14.99.
  14. 1 point
    smurfy

    Just Food and Drink

    Good thing I'm only mediocre!!
  15. 0 points
    AlwaysFishing23

    Running Carbides And Wearbars

    So a few weeks back I was looking at my Carbides/ wearbars they were worn down to nothing. Only thing left were the mounting bolts to the skis. Ealier in the year I noticed they were getting worn down and as far I know those were the originals. As I’ve put almost 1k miles on the sled since we bought a few years back it was in need of replacement. I checked around with a few salvage shops but none of them had any carbides. Thing is my sled ( Polaris touring) is a two piece wear bar. So I just bit the bullet and spent the over $50 a piece on the new carbides ( 4”). So my question is with the sledding season coming to a close would it be alight if I just ran with the little bolts studs that are left and install the new bars next fall and start fresh? Only downside I can see is it’s bit jumpy on the trail and it can get darty and be little to hard to turn beucase there’s nothing to really dig in on the skis. I don’t do much crossing of roads so there shouldn’t be much if any damage done to the steel skis. Thinking I should be alright but wanted to get others opinions. Thanks!


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