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Track days have helped me improve my riding more than any other single activity. Here is a comparison of my first and second track day. by IgnanceIsBliss in motorcycles

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 0 points1 point  (0 children)

ah the old "if I hang off as far as humanely possible my knee will touch and that means I'm pretty much Marquez"

......I did it too lol. just stick to half a butt cheek off and "kiss the mirror "

THE LATE SHOW Featuring Guest Bernie Sanders Sees Highest Ratings in Two Months by User_Name13 in television

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 13 points14 points  (0 children)

so if you believe that and want to fix it you have to be poor or your opinion isn't worth listening too? wtf are you talking about

Got my first bow, looking for input and advice by TheeBeeDeeGee in bowhunting

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I recently started checking out OnX I heard a commercial for it on the MeatEater podcast. I have a couple of spots marked I want to check out and look for sign (also interested in shooting a pig) but the heat has me discouraged right now.

thanks for the recommendations

Got my first bow, looking for input and advice by TheeBeeDeeGee in bowhunting

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

thanks dude! Currently I can shoot like 2.5" groups at about 25 yards (shooting 3 at a time). The draw length seems to be pretty close, but I'm definitely going to take it by a local shop to have them look over it before the season.

I have been watching the DIY sportsman that guys channel is great. I already have rope rescue training so I'm confident I can build a system with the sit drag and ropes. I'm just not sure how shooting out of the saddle would be, but I guess it just takes practice.

thanks for the link about scouting. I'm hoping to start soon, but here in the deep south the woods are brutal this time of year . im gonna have to spray the bug spray and tick repellent and get out there.

what do you use for scent control?

Got my first bow, looking for input and advice by TheeBeeDeeGee in bowhunting

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee[S] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

i would honestly start working on shooting your bow and getting familiar with your set up. get a hunting license obviously and always remember be safe - you shouldnt need a boat; i do recommend a ground blind but whatever you feel best shooting out

I've been shooting in my backyard and been shooting OK groups af 25 yards. I'll check out more Dudley vids for sure

The area I'm hunting is public land on a river that is surrounded by private land so a boat is necessary to access most of it really. I hadn't even considered a ground blind I'll have to look into that.

Remember to put in your drain plug kids by Tony_Rigoni in boating

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 7 points8 points  (0 children)

if you dont follow this Instagram and you're a boater you're missing out

Taking out a personal loan for a boat? by NoInappropriateness7 in boating

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 0 points1 point  (0 children)

good point about the overages being saved for repower. If you can save 3 to 5 grand a year for maintenance you would definitely be in good shape

Trailering best practices by SkynetPal in boating

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 0 points1 point  (0 children)

spare tire for sure, but trust me having a spare hub can save your ass. Just make sure your bearings are freshly greased and your tires are in good shape

Taking out a personal loan for a boat? by NoInappropriateness7 in boating

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee -1 points0 points  (0 children)

I'd use my 401k before I'd take out a personal loan but that's just me. I'd also look used since boats depreciate so much and SO many people buy them and never use them and just end up selling.

Taking out a personal loan for a boat? by NoInappropriateness7 in boating

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 0 points1 point  (0 children)

ays factor in 10% of the boats new purchase price strictly for maintenance purposes. If the boat costs $50K new then you will need at least $5K to spend yearly on maintenance. You'll also need money to run the boat above this amount. If you're buying a used boat for $20K that costs $50K new, you'll still need to devote $5K annually to maintenance

I definitely agree you need to save and plan for maintenance but if its newer boat with a modern outboard you may need like $1k to $2k a year and that's over estimating. Our annual service on twin Verados was less than $1k, and if you change oil and lower unit oil yourself (easy) you save a shit load

First hunt by danielswims in Hunting

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 0 points1 point  (0 children)

a first aid kit, don't buy a premade one just Google a good list and buy pieces individually. download the local area in Google maps in case you lose signal you can still navigate. water filter

9wt reel by crowconor in flyfishing

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I'm really liking my lamson liquid on my 9wt.

New to fly fishing by ykon5 in flyfishing

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I've got 30 lb braid on my 9wt. I'm new to fly fishing too, but from what I've read you just have to make sure you keep tension while you wind it on since the braid can easily get bound up

Kayaking in a boat's wake by dickfromaccounting in interestingasfuck

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 1 point2 points  (0 children)

financing is okto an extent. Would you finanace a car for 20 years? A boat depreciates way worse than a car, and you dont even use it half as much

Kayaking in a boat's wake by dickfromaccounting in interestingasfuck

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I mean, I don't want to be that guy....but if you have to finance a lake boat for 20 years to afford it you don't need a fucking boat.

Chasing Colorado Browns by mrstabile in flyfishing

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 2 points3 points  (0 children)

the wife and I had planned a trip to rocky mnt national park this summer to do a guided trip but it doesn't look like it's going to work out. this picture makes me so jealous dude

Had a blast fishing western NC with Watauga River Fly Shop by TheeBeeDeeGee in flyfishing

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

This was my second guided trip with Watauga River Fly shop. The wife got a few as well https://imgur.com/JyLbKET.jpg

Finally caught a red! by [deleted] in flyfishing

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I caught him on a 20

Finally caught a red! by [deleted] in flyfishing

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 0 points1 point  (0 children)

thanks. I like it so far. way better than the plastic redington that came with my crosswater outfit.

Caught a few of these tiny trout, some of my first fish on the fly rod. by Whathedip in flyfishing

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I just spent some time catching tiny wild browns in western NC on a 3wt. It was fun fishing small mountain streams

Finally caught a red! by [deleted] in flyfishing

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 0 points1 point  (0 children)

makes sense I'll have to remember that one

Finally caught a red! by [deleted] in flyfishing

[–]TheeBeeDeeGee 0 points1 point  (0 children)

well I'm jealous of your summer temps haha. sweating my face off this morning