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    water in ponds around are the lowest that I have ever seen, so I thought this might be a prime time to make some structure for them. I have been thinking about small cedar trees with cement coffee can on the bottom to hold them down? does anyone have some suggestions?

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    I drove a couple tposts and used bailing wire to hook them to the trees. Osage orange will last longer than cedar.Name:  IMG_1117.jpg
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    That looks like a great place to loose some flies.
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    large stalk real bamboo in concrete buckets gets my vote , less loss of tackle and lasts a good while .
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    Georgia cubes with modifications. The modifications are build them with "legs" so they are up off the bottom a foot or so and have "hoops" that form "rainbows" above the structures.

    To make it easier to handle the cubes when placed from a boat don't attached the weights (usually a couple pieces of 6 inch pvc filled with concrete) until you are ready to let them sink, then use big heavy duty zip ties and secure the weights to the bottom bar of the cube.

    Crappie (and other fish) will use these structures and you will not lose jigs on these like you do cedar trees.

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