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    Has anyone ever tried using metal fence post (green post for a barbed wire fence) for structure? I rebuilt a fence and have several post I was thinking about concreting in a bucket...

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    Before you do it, stop and think about what that could do to the bottom of your or someone else’s boat.
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    Good point.. clearly these would need to go in deep water 20-25ft..
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    I’m just wondering, they are naturally going to rust and don’t think any Alvie would grow on them. That’s what would draw some small baitfish thus drawing in some bigger fish. I never tried it, the idea of it sounds good just know how well they would produce.
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    I just have a pile of them and didnt see any post referencing the material. Its either stick them in a bucket and sink or haul them to the junkyard.

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    use them as legs thru the bottom of plastic buckets...
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    Thats what i was thinking of doing.. concreting them in plastic buckets and using them as metal trees.. might tear up my fishing line or like cray suggested they might just rust and never grow any algae. I will probably do a few buckets and sink them deep and see what happens.

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    possibly good winter sets...

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    Yeah.. here in east texas I find lots of crappie on my 20ft of water piles in the thick of summer too..

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    Do we really want to turn our lakes into JUNK yard????????///next we will be sinking old cars....sorry not tryin to be rude just eco friendly

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