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Bamboo Concrete Wire Condo


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By LovetheThump - Posted on 31 May 2010

Hi, Here is the bamboo condos we dropped at the most recent drop...Darryl Morris came up with this idea...The concrete wire cost around $6 at Lowes....Concrete blocks are around $1.50 and boo was free... We use around 12-13 bamboo stalks and sort of weave it through the wire...Would not recommend putting to many stalks more than 45 degrees...The bamboo will want to rise up....You can also you string to tie the bamboo in to even secure it more.. We dropped five of them...Plan on having another habitat drop soon and drop about 10 more..They blow up on the depth finder..

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Set these in the fall and you can duck hunt at the same time. well done!!

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