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Tying to Bridge pilons #13366295 12/09/19 04:16 PM
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Does anyone have a quick way to get a rope around the pilons?


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Re: Tying to Bridge pilons [Re: Sirjet] #13366338 12/09/19 04:49 PM
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I think I heard of someone using a Hula Hoop.


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Re: Tying to Bridge pilons [Re: Sirjet] #13366367 12/09/19 05:24 PM
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Wanted to mention that the new two mile bridge over Tawakoni has steel encased pilings. So, all you need is a good magnet.

Re: Tying to Bridge pilons [Re: Nathan at Fork] #13366425 12/09/19 06:19 PM
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I use a small float on a rope swing it around pillar and use a six foot aluminum pole with a hook to catch the rope!!!!


I would agree with you , but then we would both be WRONG !!!!!
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Really???????????
Well that is one of the places that I was planning on going soon. So I can get a good Magnet. Awesome.


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Re: Tying to Bridge pilons [Re: Sirjet] #13366435 12/09/19 06:29 PM
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I also do the rope method. But I just ordered 2 200 lbs Magnets just for Lake Tawakoni.


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Re: Tying to Bridge pilons [Re: Sirjet] #13366660 12/09/19 09:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Sirjet
I also do the rope method. But I just ordered 2 200 lbs Magnets just for Lake Tawakoni.


200lbs might be a little too much. I use one 60lb magnet and it works fine. Put those 200lb magnets on the pillars. You might not get back your magnet. Lol

Re: Tying to Bridge pilons [Re: Sirjet] #13366703 12/09/19 10:11 PM
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Really they are 149 lbs pull force. they are not that expensive. I will try these and adjust accordingly. Thanks for the Heads up though iluvfishin


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Re: Tying to Bridge pilons [Re: Sirjet] #13366996 12/10/19 02:19 AM
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I got ya Jet. Throw your rope up as high as you can. Then paddle as fast as you can on the right side only. Lol

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What’s worked for me is tying a 1 oz weight to the end of the line. With the right hand swing it around and catch the rope on the end of the pole in my left hand. I haven’t needed anything else.

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THANK YOU guys for discussing this!!! I've been wondering how to accomplish this for some time now smile . Lots of ideas!


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I Like that Epic


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Re: Tying to Bridge pilons [Re: Sirjet] #13368033 12/10/19 09:46 PM
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It is nice and easy at the Bridges on Lake Lewisville. they have a 1/2 lip on that I just clip a D ring onto.


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Re: Tying to Bridge pilons [Re: Sirjet] #13371659 12/13/19 08:03 PM
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Well i got my 150 lbs mini Earth Magnet. I think It will work nice on the pilons that have metal casings. Like tawakoni.


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Re: Tying to Bridge pilons [Re: Sirjet] #13374618 12/16/19 08:56 PM
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Sir another thing to keep in mind when fishing next to pylons is your kayak getting damaged from hitting the pylons. If the wind and boat activity isn't bad it's usually not an issue but with some wave/wind action it can scratch up a yak in a hurry. Just 10 minutes or so of your yak pounding against a concrete pylon can be frustrating. I've seen several "bumper systems" installed on kayaks. The best one I've seen a guy used a piece of 1/2" pvc pipe and mounted it to each side of his kayak using pvc pipe mounts. He fastened the pipe mounts to his kayak with screws. If you wanted to do this once to see if it would help before you went running screws into your yak you could get away with using Gorilla Tape to hold the pvc pipe on just for one trip. Food for thought.


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