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Old 10-31-2019, 11:19 AM   #1
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Old 10-31-2019, 02:25 PM   #2
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Seriously, did you just learn this? Why do you think all the old Coca Cola coolers are rusted out? From adding salt to the ice.
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Thanks for posting. Yeah, a lot of us old crotchety salts already knew this but there are some youngsters that I'm sure can benefit by watching.
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Thanks for posting. Yeah, a lot of us old crotchety salts already knew this but there are some youngsters that I'm sure can benefit by watching.
He had a previous video. It was mind blowing. He said to use a spoon to eat gumbo.
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Just dumps this on us and other forums and you never get a reply
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The lip smack after every sentence was annoying.
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Waste of time never leave fish in standing water gut, rinse and cover with ice. As soon as caught. Keep drain out of ice chest so melting water drains out.
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Slushing em is the only way to go, from mullet to tuna. I add pool salt and seawater. My drinking water bottles will be almost completely frozen if the mixture is right and I have a little wave action.
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Slushing em is the only way to go, from mullet to tuna. I add pool salt and seawater. My drinking water bottles will be almost completely frozen if the mixture is right and I have a little wave action.
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