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Bamboo crappie beds


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By Ray - Posted on 09 July 2010

Tyler and I have a load of work to do. We will now cut these up to length, bundle them and make stake beds. Should be about 1000 stakes when cut up. Man that is going to be some hot work. I am glad I have a good young helper.

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Yep, what lake and GPS point, we'll try to keep the big ones caught out of your way.

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Ray,
Please show them on side scan when you get them in the water, along with the GPS position haha. Yea that's gonna be some hot work!!!

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