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    Default Who's it gonna be?

    Which one of y'all will be the first one to get an Oyster cooler?? Looks like a great concept.


    https://oystercooler.com/?gclid=Cj0K...oaAk2yEALw_wcB
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    It would be a great raffle item for a fund raiser.
    "Rivers and the inhabitants of the watery elements are for wise men to contemplate and for fools to pass by without consideration" -Izaak Walton

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    It isn't featured in Garden and Gun? Hard pass...

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    I'll go be poor somewhere else.....

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    No t-shirts? I'm out, how will people know I have one? Besides, I like heavy. I don't see some strangling looking flatbill whipping my yeti out of my truck and dashing off.

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    For sure Ralph. Lazy assed thieves won't touch a Yeti...

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    At least the Ad has a cool vehicle in it, not so much the dirty hippies.
    Yeah, but do you consider a dog to be a filthy animal? I wouldn't go so far as to call a dog filthy but they're definitely dirty. But, a dog's got personality. Personality goes a long way.


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    I had a Heaven Hill salesman give me a white bigass yeti 15 years ago, probably longer. I'd never heard of them. I threw it in my truck bed, and he questioned about it getting stolen. It's in it's third truck.

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    I don't have stickers, shirts, or any of that.. I can take a back glass pic without shame.. I don't own a pair of Costas either. Almost feel the need to point at someone with green teeth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tha Dick View Post
    I'll go be poor somewhere else.....
    Me too, $500 will buy a lot of ice.
    \"If they don\'t hatch, they don\'t fly south\"

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    I like it...but not $500.

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    Yeti 65. I need the next one down. This thing is .10" too wide to fit under the seats. Anybody wants to trade, holler...

    (If Tater bans me for not putting this in the Trading Post, holler at 2th. He knows my number)

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    I would have to see it work without ice to believe it works since everyone that gets in my boat or on our pontoon does not shut a damn cooler half the time

    Stick with my Yeti’s Really can not complain with them.


    Wife bought me a 75 qt about 15 yrs ago(Pre Yuppie infatuation with them ) when they first came out. Sucker been to hell and back and still is great
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    I owned a Yeti for about a week, until I gave the heavy sunuvabitch away.


    In the world I live in, I'm never more than a few hours away from a bag of ice. A decent Igloo or Coleman works just fine.

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    BEER PROOF, NOT BEAR PROOF

    Aluminum is ideal for keeping beers cold, but less so at fighting bears. Which is why we have a return policy that’s almost as cool as our technology. If a part breaks, we replace it. If a Tempo gets mauled by a bear, return it and we’ll melt its remains and make a new one.

    Neat concept, but not neat enough for me to run out and buy one.

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    I will keep my Ozark Trail and bet money it holds ice as long as a yuppie yeti. Got it at walmart last year on clearance for 59 bucks
    Gettin old is for pussies! AND MY NEW TRUE people say like Capt. Tom >>>>>>>>>/
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