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TPWD Sharelunker update #13198969 06/28/19 06:34 PM
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Some really cool science updates on the Sharelunkers. I love the idea of getting their entire broodstock to SAL offspring. Also that they are going to be stocking some 6inch SAL's into the new Bois d'Arc lake.

https://tpwd.texas.gov/newsmedia/re..._medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

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Re: TPWD Sharelunker update [Re: LakeForkGroupie] #13198981 06/28/19 06:41 PM
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Thanks for the link. Was a nice ďlunchtimeĒ read. thumb


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Good read . Wish it was something besides Toyota though.

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Good stuff! cheers




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Re: TPWD Sharelunker update [Re: W.BROWNING] #13199284 06/29/19 01:57 AM
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Originally Posted by W.BROWNING
Good read . Wish it was something besides Toyota though.


Yep. Damn shame that ZERO American vehicle companies wanted to help. Pretty sad when a Japanese person owns the WORLD RECORD for LARGEMOUTH BASS, caught(not snagged) in Japan, and a Japanese company takes more interest in helping Texas become THE big bass meca that it is. DARN RIGHT UMAMERICAN. Ainít it?

Just joking. Donít go getting all patriotic on me.

Ps....surely this petty remark isnít because you donít like a Tundra....we should be thrilled that a world wide leading company cares enough to sponsor a Texas program. I donít see chevy or ford stepping up to support it.



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Re: TPWD Sharelunker update [Re: LakeForkGroupie] #13199297 06/29/19 02:11 AM
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Thought everyone knew this.....


"The Tundraís engines are built at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama, Inc. in Huntsville, Ala., and transmissions are built at a production facility in North Carolina. Tundra is assembled at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, in San Antonio, Texas making it a truly American truck."


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Re: TPWD Sharelunker update [Re: Jeff From Iowa] #13199302 06/29/19 02:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Jeff From Iowa
Thought everyone knew this.....


"The Tundraís engines are built at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama, Inc. in Huntsville, Ala., and transmissions are built at a production facility in North Carolina. Tundra is assembled at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, in San Antonio, Texas making it a truly American truck."

I do. I own a 2015 Tundra TRDPro. In fact, we are a Toyota/Lexus family.


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Re: TPWD Sharelunker update [Re: LakeForkGroupie] #13199313 06/29/19 02:35 AM
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And the money goes to Japan. Lol

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Originally Posted by RANDYSGLIDE
And the money goes to Japan. Lol



The net profits anyways.


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Originally Posted by RANDYSGLIDE
And the money goes to Japan. Lol



Oh no jobs in TEXAS? North Carolina or Alabama?


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Not wanting to start a argument, but if they weren't built here or sold here the jobs would still be here cause people would buy the American trucks providing more jobs to build them. Anyone can spin things any way they want including myself. Yes the net profits to go over seas. It is cool they support share lunker.

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Wow, can it get sidetracked quick on here. Good forTPWD. ! Just be thankful somebody's supporting them..

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I agree with that for sure

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Originally Posted by RANDYSGLIDE
And the money goes to Japan. Lol


Chrysler has been sending money over for awhile now... there is no such thing as an "american" car anymore. it's a global market and parts come from everywhere.

just be glad that someone is backing the program that benefits all of us here in Texas.

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Per the link, the Jeep Cherokee is the most American car.Honda and Chevy lead the list down to #13 to the first Ford.

https://www.cars.com/articles/cars-coms-2019-american-made-index-whats-the-most-american-car-404547/

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