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2 mins ago, MikeMc said:

Really? Is it worth the effort for a 9 dollar bag of lump? I don't think so. 

 Is using a $500 rod and reel really worth catching $3 worth of fish

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Just now, redfishkiller said:

 Is using a $500 rod and reel really worth catching $3 worth of fish

 

I didn't build either the rod or the reel. Your analogy sucks. 

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3 mins ago, MikeMc said:

 

I didn't build either the rod or the reel. Your analogy sucks. 

Do you make your own matches?

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9 mins ago, MikeMc said:

HOw long does it take to make your own charcoal? 

I dont know, haven't tried it yet

6 mins ago, charloots said:

Do you make your own matches?

He just keeps a little magic fire going all the time, if it goes out he thinks he has to wait for the next lighting strike

 

6 mins ago, ChumSlickJon said:

He's not making kingsford brickets.  Don't be dumb, Mike.  

Well he is an idiot....

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14 mins ago, redfishkiller said:

 Is using a $500 rod and reel really worth catching $3 worth of fish

You can do it with an oil drum. Find a narrow, flat shovel and cut a door out of the drum the same size, right above the ground. Then you need a piece of wire mesh or a grid with holes the size of the charcoal you want. Drill some holes at the height you want, insert screws for the mesh to rest on inside the drum. Load it up with wood, light it and shovel the limps out of the door as they fall through.

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1 min ago, Jdeadman66 said:

Instead of solving the roach problem let’s abandon that and make charcoal!

There water bugs!!!

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