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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith K View Post
    wood will float a long time.we dont need any more plastic in water.please.
    When done correctly plastic in the water is NOT pollution it's habitat!

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    if you choose to use oil or antifreeze jugs please thoroughly rinse them out 1st... also keep in mind that water pressure increases with depth.
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    Name:  20190211_134859.jpg
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Size:  309.7 KBI made 45 of these yesterday. I have a lake that has around 50 i put in. Has current and none have turned over.

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    Is this bamboo in the buckets? Thanks.

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Size:  309.7 KBI made 45 of these yesterday. I have a lake that has around 50 i put in. Has current and none have turned over.[/QUOTE]
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    bamboo has air pockets in the sections ….it will stand well on its own
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales
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    Yes, I made several "" stumps"" that were only 2ft for shallow water. We have huge draw downs on one of our local lakes. I love fishing bamboo. It is extremely forgiving. I have put out almost 100 in one lake and 15 or so in another. I have around 30 more to put in then in and just freshen up every couple of years.
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    not sure how long the jug would last. not the jug itself but tying it off to the small part of tree brush with the force it will pull, it might get loose. but i would use laundry jugs. they are thick, seal good and have a solid handle to tie off to.

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    cedar limbs, trees last a long time if you have any to trim or cut down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckhunter3635 View Post
    Name:  20190211_134859.jpg
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Size:  309.7 KBI made 45 of these yesterday. I have a lake that has around 50 i put in. Has current and none have turned over.
    looks perfect to me whois looking to put some out. when i first looked it looked just like the nurserys down he road with plants in all their post. Did u just tie a rope to a limb to drop them upright?
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    are those 10 gal buckets with only cement? wow
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