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    Default Brush Locations

    Planning to start dropping brush for winter time. Do you think the 2 spots are good location?

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    I'm no expert but that looks pretty darned good to me.

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    looks like a start to me , i like the point to the left of those on that cove with the super steep drop off on it .
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    What Ketchn said, and maybe on the slop a bit off the dead bottom...


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    Good choices, Iím w Ketchn make 3 piles.
    I like to place piles up/down the slope, gives the fish more water depths to use.


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    Thanks for your suggestions. I was given enough PVC to make 20 of these and I will soon be given a lot of mature bamboo, so I am hoping to make that area a good out of the wind Honey Whole. Name:  PVC Brush.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by trsteele View Post
    Thanks for your suggestions. I was given enough PVC to make 20 of these and I will soon be given a lot of mature bamboo, so I am hoping to make that area a good out of the wind Honey Whole. Name:  PVC Brush.jpg
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    How will you keep that from falling over once you put it in the water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClearCreek View Post
    How will you keep that from falling over once you put it in the water?

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    Bag of concrete in the bucket...

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    If I were a crappie I would in right away.Nice looking creation

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecoast View Post
    Bag of concrete in the bucket...

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    I figured there was weight in the bucket; I just thought it looked a little top heavy.


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