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#11396922 - 02/06/16 06:32 PM Brush piles
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I think these will work. Going to add some horizontal stuff to them. I don't know why my pictures are always sideways.

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#11397033 - 02/06/16 07:38 PM Re: Brush piles [Re: 9094]
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I like it.
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#11397104 - 02/06/16 08:08 PM Re: Brush piles [Re: 9094]
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So you took the trees and connected them together w 2x4s?

Please sink these deep enough so that when the lakes drop, they are deep enough to not injure someone who is skiing or diving off a boat.

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#11397164 - 02/06/16 08:27 PM Re: Brush piles [Re: 9094]
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Looks good but you'll need 500 lbs to sink it not to mention trying to get it all out of the boat at once. Good luck

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#11397208 - 02/06/16 08:41 PM Re: Brush piles [Re: 9094]
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Lake level should go up.
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#11397230 - 02/06/16 08:53 PM Re: Brush piles [Re: chickenfried76]
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No they are nailedscrewed to a pallet which sits on bottom. The cross pieces are 1x2. I've sunk about 200 brush piles so don't worry about hitting them.

They are 4'x3' 4 trees each. 4 cinder blocks sink them.


Edited by 9094 (02/06/16 08:54 PM)

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#11397238 - 02/06/16 08:58 PM Re: Brush piles [Re: 9094]
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Those look great!
Coordinates for rotating the picture?
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#11397251 - 02/06/16 09:05 PM Re: Brush piles [Re: chickenfried76]
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Originally Posted By: chickenfried76
So you took the trees and connected them together w 2x4s?

Please sink these deep enough so that when the lakes drop, they are deep enough to not injure someone who is skiing or diving off a boat.


Really

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#11397315 - 02/06/16 09:40 PM Re: Brush piles [Re: 9094]
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what lake & gps locations lol, good luck.

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#11397368 - 02/06/16 10:09 PM Re: Brush piles [Re: Dubee]
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lol

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#11397491 - 02/07/16 04:02 AM Re: Brush piles [Re: 9094]
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Out of all these years on Hubbard now the truth comes out Mike, looks good I like how those are done. cheers
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#11397600 - 02/07/16 07:22 AM Re: Brush piles [Re: B.Hollingshead]
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Originally Posted By: B.Hollingshead
Out of all these years on Hubbard now the truth comes out Mike, looks good I like how those are done. cheers


Didn't need them when the grass was there. I hope some grows back this summer.
Plus these are just for crappie bolt

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#11397905 - 02/07/16 10:08 AM Re: Brush piles [Re: Dubee]
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Originally Posted By: Dubee
Originally Posted By: chickenfried76
So you took the trees and connected them together w 2x4s?

Please sink these deep enough so that when the lakes drop, they are deep enough to not injure someone who is skiing or diving off a boat.


Really


roflmao
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#11397926 - 02/07/16 10:19 AM Re: Brush piles [Re: 9094]
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Why the cross bars?

Seems like somewhere for the fish to break you off.
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#11397939 - 02/07/16 10:27 AM Re: Brush piles [Re: 5Redman8]
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Originally Posted By: 5Redman8
Why the cross bars?

Seems like somewhere for the fish to break you off.


First reason, the trees will come loose if just attached at the bottom.
Second bass like the horizontal stuff. I will be adding more horizontal to them.

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