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Found these on Fork, what are they? #14425189 07/20/22 01:47 PM
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Guess they would normally be 6ft deep? Maybe the drain-plugs? cry

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Re: Found these on Fork, what are they? [Re: LittleGazoo] #14425196 07/20/22 01:49 PM
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Probably for noodling catfish.



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Re: Found these on Fork, what are they? [Re: LittleGazoo] #14425208 07/20/22 01:57 PM
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Saw a couple big wooden boxes in Horner Branch this spring Figured that's what they were for

Re: Found these on Fork, what are they? [Re: LittleGazoo] #14425316 07/20/22 03:41 PM
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years ago,guys used to sink 30 gal. barrels for catfish in Miss. river oxbow lakes…..I poked a snapping turtle once with a stick and he bit that stick in two ….seeing that cured any desire I had to stick my hand in a hole under water….

Re: Found these on Fork, what are they? [Re: LittleGazoo] #14425343 07/20/22 04:12 PM
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A place for big bass to spawn

Re: Found these on Fork, what are they? [Re: LittleGazoo] #14425412 07/20/22 05:14 PM
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Spawn location, crappie den, catfish den, what ever it, those are cool.

Re: Found these on Fork, what are they? [Re: LittleGazoo] #14425503 07/20/22 06:56 PM
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projects by the Lake Fork Sportsmans Assoc. to enhance spawning. Now exposed because of the low lake level.


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Re: Found these on Fork, what are they? [Re: LittleGazoo] #14425525 07/20/22 07:31 PM
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those are....places to save waypoints..... grin


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Re: Found these on Fork, what are they? [Re: LittleGazoo] #14425533 07/20/22 07:34 PM
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Man made structure..


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just structure sunk for bigguns to hide in

Re: Found these on Fork, what are they? [Re: LittleGazoo] #14425639 07/20/22 09:08 PM
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Pat Mayse Lake up near Paris has boxes about the same size but they are wood if I remember right. Same deal.Noodlers.


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Re: Found these on Fork, what are they? [Re: LittleGazoo] #14425819 07/21/22 12:11 AM
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Tires with concrete in the center to weight them down.

Re: Found these on Fork, what are they? [Re: LittleGazoo] #14426674 07/21/22 09:18 PM
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#1- get off my spot…
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This will tell how old some of y’all are: remember Dr. Loren Hill? AKA “The Bass Scientist”? Not to be confused w/Doug Hannon AKA “The Bass Professor”. He’s the entrepreneur who sold the bass world PH monitors and the Color-C-Lector to drag around in your boat to scientifically catch more bass. He also sold those Fish-N-Trees to put out as structure. About 4’ tall with a weighted base and PVC branches. Basically tiny PVC Christmas trees. If memory serves(and it often doesn’t) they were like $45 each. Convincing(marketing) fishermen to spent dumb money is not a new phenomenon! Those look like a homemade “Bubba” version of Dr. Hill’s “structure”. Anyone but me remember these?

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