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  • skybust
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    Originally posted by jcorwin4278 View Post
    Good news! i am getting my barrels done tomorrow, Thanks Steve. So that is one hugh thing done for this year, just 999,999 more to go . But hey, at least I am having fun doing it.
    Thast what its all about brother

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  • jcorwin4278
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    Good news! i am getting my barrels done tomorrow, Thanks Steve. So that is one hugh thing done for this year, just 999,999 more to go . But hey, at least I am having fun doing it.

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  • Grizzly Man
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    Glad to see I'm not the only one who's dragging this year.

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  • pike_palace
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    Heck I don't even have a spot picked out yet... I'm wayy behind the 8 ball.

    That's ok. I'll git er done in time.

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  • jcorwin4278
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    I guess I'm way behind the curve. I havent even bought everything yet. I have a lot of work to do before I hunt. So now that its warmer outside I will be kicking it into high gear and start putting it all together.

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  • skybust
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    Alaskanoutdoorsman you dont need much else as T stated above. Ill pop another 55 gallons of popcorn and then call it good until I need more.

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  • AlaskanOutdoorsman
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    Self-contained burn pots are done, bulk bait (non-popcorn) is in the freezer or on the shelf, and my kettle corn and cotton candy machine is all ready. All I'm waiting on is my order of "flavor" for the cotton candy machine. Tuesday I'll weld up my bait drums and then all I'll have left is to make kettle corn (on a future weekend) and pull my boat out of the garage.

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  • blasterak
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    I usually just get a good amount of bait stocked up. For my start bait I like to put the sweetest stuff I got. I have cakes, cupcakes, pastries, etc. in my freezer now for my start bait. Than after that I use primarily popcorn. I'll pop probably 10 trash bags right now and than just pop the rest when I need it.

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  • fishingyoda
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    How much

    How much bait do you normally stock up? I have about 7 drums of popcorn and am baiting 2 locations I'm hoping to get another 50pound bag and pop it.

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  • tjm
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    Originally posted by AlaskanOutdoorsman View Post
    I have the socket, but nothing else.
    the only other tools that are needed are a couple open ends, a couple sockets, a phillips, a little grease, and gear oil if you spill....

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  • AlaskanOutdoorsman
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    Originally posted by skybust View Post
    spent all day poping popcorn tomarrow I will pull the impeller out of the SJX and have ss sleave put in and then Im ready will just have to wait for the river to open
    Do you have the tools for the job? I have to pull and install my new high skew myself and I have the socket, but nothing else.

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  • skybust
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    Just got done poped four 45 gallon trash cans full of popcorn and shot the bow some

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  • blasterak
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    Cool! I've been working on organizing my bait the last few days. I bought so much leftover Xmas candy at Target and I am finally getting to unwrapping and organizing them. Next up is welding and modifying my old bait barrel and my new barrel. Great idea to get that popcorn piled up now!

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  • skybust
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    where do you get cap nip oil

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  • baitem907
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    I use cat nip oil. I'm sure the dried stuff will work too.
    Some bears carry the same recessive gene cats do. Cat nip is actually fun to hunt on.... exciting to say the least.
    "Ohhhhh I just love me some of this tree" Rolling, rubbing and some can become agitated

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