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    Got 4 trees loaded and ready to be baptized in the morning. I tied Gatorade bottles to the tops hoping they will semi stand up. Iím gonna aim for 10-15 fow. Name:  IMG_0013.jpg
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    Don't know how dead they are but the deader they are the more weight/harder to keep sunk they are. I always shoot for sinking fresh cut stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrNip View Post
    Don't know how dead they are but the deader they are the more weight/harder to keep sunk they are. I always shoot for sinking fresh cut stuff.
    Man i don't know if there has ever been a truer statement!! I got two of them to sink, but the other two just kinda floated. I never realized how much weight it took to sink them things.
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    Yup and probably not last as long as fresh cut.
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    Looks like it made a nice mess of the boat also. Hope it works for ya!

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    I prefer hardwood , Christmas trees don't last very long . but beats nothing . We never add anything to float . Big zip ties and old concrete blocks make it easy .

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    Use osage orange in winter when leaves are off .It's heavy and lasts under water for decades maybe longer.
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