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    Default Oak stake buckets

    Got 39 buckets ready to drop. Excited to see if they will produce.Name:  20171216_122452.jpg
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    Those look nice.

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    Looks good they should do okay

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    Very nice!


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    those would Do Nicely about 600 yards south of the slough WEST of Coontown Landing on Sardis!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    They will priduce,look good

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    Excellent density ! Allow for setting in uneven slopes by attaching "X" rebar, PVC pipe thru each bottom to maximize their stability if snagged by a boat anchor, about 22-24" generally works well even on inclines such as the mouth of a former stream now submerged. Laid shallow to deep they will serve nicely ! Enjoy !

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    Those will flat work
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    Grayu
    Those are really nice...most people make the mistake of not filling the bucket and the density is just not there.
    Look at how you have them sitting on your property...that's a good pattern for the lake also! You want a close grouping that maximises the number of Crappie they can hold. Open areas in the middle of the grouping is fine, to allow movement from the interior.
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    Thinking about dropping 8 around the boat in each spot.

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