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Bobby Bass

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Thought I would start a string for useless little tips. I like using the handi pack meal trays ( ham and swiss)for organizing and separating parts when I take things apart that I never get back together again. At least I keep the different projects separated! grin.gif

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Mix a little sawdust with thin Super Glue, makes a great wood filler for small spots, but ya GOTTA WORK FAST. shocked.gifshocked.gif

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Adding a little water to sheet rock compound makes the job a lot easier then using it straight out of the tub.

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Found a 5 gallon bucket cover assy at S.W. which converts your bucket to a screw down lid that seals with an oring. Finally a water tight minnow bucket that can survive a sled trip across the big pond, or makes a good dry box.

Aluminum flat stock you can now buy at most hdwr stores can be easily bent and drilled to form a new or second mount for your fishfinder or other electronics. Rust proof.

Instead of throwing out those plastic gas cans when the spout breaks, use a hand saw to saw it in half. Makes a nice container for pouring gas into from augers, chain saws, weed whackers at the end of the season. Use a funnel with a screen, pour the gas into your vehicle.

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Keep a New wax ring for your toilet in the shop for putting in those longer screws into wood if you a bunch to do just load them up ine the ring and pull thm as you need them.

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    • By the smaller size of the trees around it may be a Bob Cat. 
    • looks like one to me. on son inlaws trailcam. date not right. probably may or june. 
    • and a good hanging it was
    • There is no reason he should still be alive! I liked Maggie’s way of dealing with things...good ol’ fashion hanging!
    • Okogie and KBD are both healthy, but sit due to Thibs having his head in a dark place. I sure hope they get some playing time tonight. Looking at the minutes given to Butler, Rose, and Tolliver, I doubt they'll play for awhile.    Bummer, since they both had a good preseason. I can see Okogie developing into Butler 2.0 so why not play him while he can learn from 1.0?
    • Near that same area, I watched a guy from Pennsyvania hit a huge muley buck totally demolishing his truck.  His hunt was definetly ruined.  Consider yourself lucky. Good luck on the rest of your trip and continue keeping us up to date. 
    • It wouldn't be an elk hunting trip if something didn't break.  At least you got the vehicle damage out of the way early and made it to your hunting area.  Should be smooth sailing from here.     Don't forget to let your insurance company know of the accident.  
    • Bummer on the deer- that's a major hazard on these trips. I've been very lucky after several close calls (knock on wood) going out west.    Sounds great so far otherwise. Good luck and have a blast!
    • Nobody knows ice better than an Eskimo. Don't try to slip a foreign language into the conversation to muddy the water. 
    • We arrived to camp around noon. Got my first mulie buck around 2am just east miles city. Will need 2 new doors and a new service door on the trailer. We survived with minimal damage and continued on after getting the buck off the freeway. We dropped our gear and headed right out to start scouting! Made it to the first area I wanted to check and found a 5x5 with 18 cows and a spike. We backed out quickly and hopefully they will remain close for Saturday morning. We are headed back out in the morning to check a few other spots and then come back into town to enjoy a wonderful wild game feed put on by the city. My son is having the time of his life. Can’t believe the amount of wildlife he’s seen so far. Heading to bed after a long night and day of driving. Hopefully tomorrow brings more areas of opportunity.
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