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New brush tops #14089347 08/09/21 11:46 PM
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Since my boat is in the shop, and my new house by Conroe is delayed due to material shortages, I decided to finally make some brush tops from some old PEX and PVC I had laying around. This is my first design, but I'm open to suggestions if you have any ideas. I have 5 similar to the one in the picture ready to go, but may want to change up the design to make them more effective.

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Re: New brush tops [Re: mhall1986] #14089359 08/09/21 11:53 PM
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Instead of PVC for the main stem use a piece of 4x4 wood with holes drilled in it. Use a hardwood of some type. PVC limbs with a wood stem works better

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Looks good should work

Re: New brush tops [Re: mhall1986] #14090655 08/11/21 12:49 AM
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here are a few i've made and put in Granger and Lake LBJ

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Originally Posted by crapyetr
here are a few i've made and put in Granger and Lake LBJ

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Those look good, especially the second picture. That gave me some ideas for the next round. Being a plumber, I have a pretty much endless supply of scrap pipe and plan on loading some spots on Conroe. How long after you sank them are you catching fish on them? I was thinking of putting some fish food from the pond in the vertical trunks and cappi g them to let it seep out through the small holes in the side to draw bait fish quicker.

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i had a guide that turned out to become a friend so we put out a bunch in Granger...it takes a little longer being plastic, but within a week or so...baiting the tubes is an excellent idea...speed up the process...keep us posted...email me sum $$$ for the idea


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Re: New brush tops [Re: mhall1986] #14091516 08/11/21 07:25 PM
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If you sand the PVC or rough it up another way, it will be productive quicker. The rough spots will start growing moss and algae a lot faster than the slick spots.

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