Night Sights for Glock 19
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Just purchased a new Glock 19 and was wondering if anyone knows a place in or near New Orleans to have night sights installed. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for the suggestion. I will check them out on Tuesday.
This is just another scare tactic, and by the way Healthcare was passed by a majority vote. Not smoke and mirrors. A child can tell you that 219 is more than 212!
I have 2 Hobie Mirage Drive kayaks and love them. Louisiana is perfect for fishing from a kayak as there is lots of fishable marsh close to launches. I mostly fish St. Bernard Parish. Places like Hopedale, Shell Beach, Delacroix and Reggio. Never had a problem with a gator but have come across a few while out on trips.
Like Chef said there I nothing like getting dragged around in a kayak by a Bull Red! If you ever want to get out and try it with me I go about twice a week, and your welcome to join. Plan on fishing tomorrow morning before the bad weather comes down on the weekend.
I fish out of that area pretty often and there is a lot of good bank fishing and surf fishing. The majority of what you will catch is going to be Reds and Black Drum. It is possible to catch Speckled trout, flounder, and even Gar in a few spots. I mostly fish out of kayaks in that area and I have an extra one. If you ever want to come along one day, I can show you some of the ares I hit. All along the Road of Hyw 1 between Moran's Motel and Grand Isle is good. Elmers Island is also a good spot to do some surf fishing. Shoot me a msg if you are interested.
All in all everyone has their own preference but I agree with Rev that a flatstalker has very limited use. A nice sit on top kayak will give you a lot more fishing options and depending on the one you get, you will still be able to stand in it. I am also a member of BCKFC and like everyone has said there is a lot of information on there, and lots of helpful people. I, along with others have an extra kayak and if you ever want to come along and try either of mine you are welcome to.
Some nice looking Reds there. Those 2 trout look like outcasts on the end.
I know this may sound weird but mayonnaise is a great way to remove tar and oil. Long story but try it, it works well.
First off welcome to the world of kayak fishing. Every person will have their own opinion of what type of kayak is better. Probably the main thing to consider would be what type of fishing you will be doing the most. A sit in is ok for calm water, but in rough water there is no way for water to get out if any were to get in. With a sit on top you have scupper holes that will allow for the water to get out. I would suggest doing your research before making a decision. Look at consumer reviews to see what owners are saying about their yaks. Joining one of the local kayak fishing clubs would definitely be a good idea as well, those guys have a ton of knowledge about the sport and always willing to help. Hope this is helpful you can PM me if you need any more information.
SpeckT I couldn't agree with you more. This seems more like a scare tactic than anything else. If a change this drastic was actually going on some credible news station would be reporting it. For no one that has read the proposal that has been put forth I suggest you do, so you can make an informed judgement for yourself. http://www.whitehouse.gov/assets/documents/09_17_09_Interim_Report_of_Task_Force_FINAL2.pdf
If you haven't read the actual report and proposition here it is. Probably a good idea to read it for yourself before making judgements based on other people's (Rush) opinions. http://www.whitehouse.gov/assets/documents/09_17_09_Interim_Report_of_Task_Force_FINAL2.pdfThis is also a response to the United we fish rally. I think a lot of people are misinformed and being taking advantage of. No one is gonna take my rods or my guns but I can agree that fish populations are declining and something has to be done to provide possibilities to fish for future generations. Just my opinion and no disrespect to anyone.http://www.noaanews.noaa.gov/stories2010/20100224_schwaab.html
The water at Geohagen's was also very muddy and I didn't see any bait at all.
I also fish out of a kayak and there are a lot of Kayak Fishing Clubs around that can help with a lot of info. Check out Bayou Coast Kayak Fishing Club, thats the one I decided to join.
As for Geohahgen's Canal, I fished there yesterday from 7am to 2pm and did't land anything. One bite and that was it.
I am gonna try Grand Isle later in the week. Shoot me an email if you want to come along.
Look into one of the Hobie Mirage Drives. They are handsfree kayaks that allow you to peddle with your feet. I have a Hobie Pro Angler and it is very stable. It can also carry 600 lbs of cargo. They come in numerous colors and there is even a camouflage kit for hunting.http://www.hobiecat.com/fishing/models_proangler.htmlhttp://www.kayakfishingstuff.com/drupal/node/251
Which is the man made canal you talked about that intersects the Bayous (#1).
West Marine has a sale on GPS systems and fishfinders. You can get a Garmin Oregon, Colorado, or Map 76csx for 299.99.
What kind of fish are those hanging in the second picture?
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