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    Notso Gentlemen,

    As a public service to those in need of my sage advice, please refrain from carjacking this thread. We will arrange a private campsite at Kerr Scott next weekend so that you may work out your differences.

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    I love the payments on my 96 Tacoma 393,000 miles and still going.

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    Where is this going when Jackson starts making trucks?
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    congratulations Tom on the Toyota I had 3 before I got the Dodge, (1995 330,000). I really enjoyed all 3 of them. The mileage on the Dodge is not as good as the Tacoma but it been well used and worked hard in its life.

    I know I have been warned about car-jacking the thread. But the Good Doctor may have started us down this direction with the fine compliments payed to his Tahoe. (I have had the pleasure of traveling to Wilson Creek in the Tahoe and several short trips around the New)

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    I'll take my Tundra any day of the week. Like SOT said...I like it and that's what matters!

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    The most knowledgeable doc H small mouth spawn in the spring like L.M. bass are they as aggressive feeders when they come off the bed ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by froggy waters View Post
    The most knowledgeable doc H small mouth spawn in the spring like L.M. bass are they as aggressive feeders when they come off the bed ?
    Dear Mr. Froggy,

    They are generally not. The post spawn is a difficult time to catch these wonderful fish. Like Dr. H, they are plumb wore out from both surviving the winter and reproducing. Dr. H has a few tips for the benefit of others as I know you are already aware of the challenge presented.

    First of all, the fish don't all spawn at once, so there are fish on the beds, fish who have spawned and fish on the feed. Darker stained waters are best during the post spawn. They hold in the heat better during chilly nights. The males will usually hang around in the vicinity of the beds and the post spawn female will be tight against the closest cover to the bed.

    Slow fished jigs and lizards are the best bet in these conditions. I like chartreuse, chartreuse and chartreuse. If you don't succeed, hey, you went fishing....a success in itself. If you do catch smallies during this period you've accomplished something!

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    Thank you for the advice I must take my medicine and go for them tomorrow if the weather holds out
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    Dr H what bird or birds do marabou feathers come from?
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    1. The Marabou Stork, Leptoptilos crumeniferus, is a large wading bird with an unsual appearance, commonly found in tropical areas of Africa. (2, 3). Marabous have a long tan beak, long legs, a white chest of feathers and wings covered with dark grey or black feathers.

      Not to cut off Dr. H, whom I am sure can add to this, but here is a start.
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    The Old coot Dr H must be sleeping long hours now. He told me on another thread to come here, so as to not take over someone else' thread.

    Wake up Dr coot. oops. I meant Dr H.

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    Are visits to see Dr H via red x events covered by my insurance HMO /ppo? Should I submit to aflac for reimbursement?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RouseD View Post
    Dr H what bird or birds do marabou feathers come from?
    My apologies for the delay in responding. The Dr. has been taking care of some family business for the last few days. I know you have been losing sleep waiting for my response.

    The maribou jig, perhaps as legendary as the bucktail in its fish catching ability, does NOT derive its name from the stork as young Gremlin surmised. In fact, the stork derived its name from the jig. Mary Boo was an Indian princess who married the famous English explorer Capt. George 'Flipper' Byrd, hence becoming known as Mary Boo Byrd. She discovered that tightly weaving her hair around a hook with a few strands behind the barb and dying it with yellow and green created an outstanding lure for many species. This occurred during a fishing trip with her husband while she was 8 months pregnant which is why the stork was named after her. The stork, like the lure and like Mary Boo just a month later....delivered.

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    Rhonda ...wheres my waders!

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    I believe it, but I still keep my boots handy.
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