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    Great video. I enjoyed watching it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Cecil View Post
    Great video. I enjoyed watching it.
    thanks man! i'll come back with a few more since i am going for more crappies this summer. It's a challenge for them but I think I can find the pattern and get on them. if not.. this bridge is always waiting for me LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamesdean View Post
    You could do what Mean Gene The Fishing Machine has done in a couple of his videos, and thats take a measurement between those I beams on that bridge. and put a 2x4 in there kinda tight so it wont move around and tie off to it...And nice videos...
    that's a cool idea but i don't want ppl to use what i make in there.. maybe i can figure out something else. Thanks man

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    you could make the board so it fits with out falling out on it's own, yet removable so you could remove it and take it with you when your done...Then no one's the wiser how you do it unless they come up on you when your fishing...
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    What about a shower curtain rod? Then you could adjust the length.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDave336 View Post
    What about a shower curtain rod? Then you could adjust the length.
    Was gonna try that too but it might be too long. i'll have to check the length, but i think it may work for some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamesdean View Post
    you could make the board so it fits with out falling out on it's own, yet removable so you could remove it and take it with you when your done...Then no one's the wiser how you do it unless they come up on you when your fishing...
    Yeah it's a good idea for sure. up until someone watches my video and do the same thing LOL...

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    Cool video. Makes me wish I was sitting under a bridge now.


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    Cheap aluminum bar clamp. Light weight and fast and removable....

    36 in. Aluminum Bar Clamp



    tie something to it that floats in case you drop it.

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    or a telescoping handle of some sort with rubber chair leg caps from lowes or home depot. 20-40" here.

    Rubbermaid FGQ74500YL00 HYGEN 20" - 40" Yellow Quick-Connect Telescoping Handle




    if you wanted to go between pillars. I like a bar clamp better as is gives you some clamping force to hold.


    just another option.....

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