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Artificial PVC crappie stakebeds


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By peepaw - Posted on 23 June 2011

Who won the stakeout stakebeds at the tournament? Did you guys get a chance to check them out? Take a look and tell me what you think. These will grow algae fast and never rot away. Flexable limbs allow fish to move freely through the cover as well as your hook. No holes or places top get hung up and snag.

Take a look and order some to create your go-to spot. Remember, all crappie101 members receive 10% discount on all orders.

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Sounds good Ray, here is a pic of them:

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What type of material are the stack beds made out of. Is it wood are plastic?
Thanks Liptwister

Don Denison

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Our stakes are all pvc plastic that will last forever.

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Ray's picture

You will see some of both. Most driven stake beds are wood but there is a recent trend of using PVC and plastics.

Ray

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Tracy Humber won the drawing and he said they were really easy to put out. I put 2 out as well and I have never put anything out that went so painlessly. They show up on 2d good but on side imaging they are a little hard to see, which is a good thing now days. I will keep you guys posted on how they do. I put them in a good spot where I have caught a good number of crappiei in the past.

Ray

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