House and Habitat build thread:

Discussion in 'Property Tours' started by catscratch, Aug 3, 2016.

  1. catscratch

    catscratch Well-Known Member

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    10's are fast... 9's are really fast... 8's are crazy fast! What compression will you end up running? Doing any work on the heads (yourself)?

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    14:1 compression. Heads and intake are CNC ported to 400 CFM intake, offset shaft rockers, titanium intake and exhaust valves, beehive springs, titanium retainers...
     
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    Took the boy on his Christmas present today; stripers on Texoma. Either one of our's first trip to the lake. Lots of fun![​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    Those things fight like crazy...used to catch them in the lower Illinois river with my Papaw. Man I miss him...

    I bet your boys loved that trip!
     
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    Thankyou.:cool:
     
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    You eat those things too? I don't know anything about them.
     
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    I've fished the upper for sandbass many times and the lake for crappie... but never the lower. I bet they do fight like crazy in that current! You could go back with your grandkid and relive some memories...
    Only got to take the older kid but he did love it! Lots of fun.

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    First time catching them, but yes they will get eaten. We didn't keep many as the limit on big one's is only 2 apiece. Most that we caught were longer than that... not a bad problem to have when you have to throw back 40+ fish because they were too big.

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    Did you get into any blues or was it too cold?You caught some nice ones
     
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    No blues. Blues were the original fish he wanted to go after but as we shopped for a guide he shifted to stripers. Have you been down there after blues? I would really like to spend a day catching big cats! In fact I was a little disappointed we chose a stripers instead of blues.

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    I post those just for you! I have some more of last week's ice I should put on here...
     

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