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#12293934 - 06/14/17 01:21 PM Brush Pile placement?
Yamonne Offline
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Registered: 07/13/12
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Loc: Dallas
What is a good area to drop a brush pile? Next to a creek channel? At the bottom of a drop off? Thinking about dropping one next week but don't know what kind of area to drop it in. Thanks in advance!

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#12294195 - 06/14/17 03:15 PM Re: Brush Pile placement? [Re: Yamonne]
bush hog Offline
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I've had my best luck on brush piles that are right on the edge of a drop off or a point.

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#12294209 - 06/14/17 03:20 PM Re: Brush Pile placement? [Re: Yamonne]
MurraynTx Offline
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What bush hog said. Also have learned over the years putting the limbs down horizontal works better than letting them stand up!

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#12294236 - 06/14/17 03:38 PM Re: Brush Pile placement? [Re: MurraynTx]
red snappa Offline
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Originally Posted By: MurraynTx
What bush hog said. Also have learned over the years putting the limbs down horizontal works better than letting them stand up!


These guys are spot on! If you have side scan and can lay your brush horizontal overhanging the drop off, they will come!
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#12294309 - 06/14/17 04:14 PM Re: Brush Pile placement? [Re: Yamonne]
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or on a big flat where there's nothing near it.
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#12294452 - 06/14/17 05:29 PM Re: Brush Pile placement? [Re: Yamonne]
DFW-fisherman Offline
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Location has already been discussed above; now send us the gps coordinates so we can confirm you did it like they said, ok. thumb

I'm just offering to help, you know. grin

roflmao


Edited by DFW-fisherman (06/14/17 05:30 PM)

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#12294465 - 06/14/17 05:37 PM Re: Brush Pile placement? [Re: Yamonne]
Keith Speer Offline
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My 2 cents..........
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#12294481 - 06/14/17 05:47 PM Re: Brush Pile placement? [Re: Keith Speer]
SheCrappieKilla Offline
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Originally Posted By: Keith Speer
My 2 cents..........


Keith, now that's accurate placement.

Keith knows!!!!!

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#12294519 - 06/14/17 06:23 PM Re: Brush Pile placement? [Re: ERNEST PATY]
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Originally Posted By: ERNEST PATY
or on a big flat where there's nothing near it.



X2

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#12294733 - 06/14/17 08:17 PM Re: Brush Pile placement? [Re: SheCrappieKilla]
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Originally Posted By: SheCrappieKilla
Originally Posted By: Keith Speer
My 2 cents..........


Keith, now that's accurate placement.

Keith knows!!!!!


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#12301884 - 06/19/17 09:06 PM Re: Brush Pile placement? [Re: DFW-fisherman]
Yamonne Offline
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Originally Posted By: DFW-fisherman
Location has already been discussed above; now send us the gps coordinates so we can confirm you did it like they said, ok. thumb

I'm just offering to help, you know. grin

roflmao


Now I'm sure we could work something out. Maybe trade a spot for a spot wink

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#12302397 - 06/20/17 09:25 AM Re: Brush Pile placement? [Re: Yamonne]
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Building brushpiles is like a sickness. Once you get it you can't stop.

Almost anyplace will work. I like to find a place out of the south wind that's not near anything else like timber. Along the dam riprap is excellent. Bare points are good. . If you can find old concrete foundations (Lewisville is full of them) drop on or beside them.

All our lakes are built on old farm land so old house foundations, cellars, steps are there waiting for you to find.

Brush piles are like graphs, BIGGER IS BETTER.

Now you know where to find mine.


Edited by ERNEST PATY (06/20/17 09:27 AM)
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#12303047 - 06/20/17 04:00 PM Re: Brush Pile placement? [Re: Yamonne]
DFW-fisherman Offline
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Originally Posted By: JuniorPro22
Originally Posted By: DFW-fisherman
Location has already been discussed above; now send us the gps coordinates so we can confirm you did it like they said, ok. thumb

I'm just offering to help, you know. grin

roflmao


Now I'm sure we could work something out. Maybe trade a spot for a spot wink


I think we can work something out! PM to follow. bouncy

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