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    Quote Originally Posted by scrat View Post
    I used about 10-12 pieces. This was fishing pole size ( between a quarter to fifty cent piece size base) was about 12-16' tall. I may should have called it fishing cane instead of bamboo. I would cut it in half when I need to put in the shallower water but still using all the 10-12 whole ones cut into in each bundle. The really good thing about this is it is growing right beside my lake and the park ranger told me I could use all I wanted.
    Thanks, I have access to some so I’m going to give it a try.
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    I would like to see pictures of this, do you have to use the copper pipe . I think this would be easy to transport and not leave a big mess in your boat.

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    Mother nature is relentless in destroying all the plastic ties and holes in sandbags, and before long, your weight is gone. I too have tried to think of a weight and tie down systen that will last for at least a couple years. Still thinking !!!!

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    I use the same sandbags they use to control flooding. They are made of woven polypropylene and will last nearly for ever. I get them for cheap.
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    This is bamboo I put out in January. I used 1 cinderblock on mine. I'm pretty happy with it and can't wait for some summer crappie to pile up on it.
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    Nice image and brush pile.
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