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Crappie Fishing Cover I made cheap

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By Anonymous - Posted on 28 September 2010

Well since we are talking crappiei cover, here is one I made after looking at Charlie's big ole PVC tree. PVC is very expensive so I substituted wood for the limbs. I bet this works great.

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Longhunter's picture

Nice. That should work either standing up or lying down....

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LovetheThump's picture

Hi Sticksteer,

What size and length pvc is that?...Also, are you using anything to secure the wood stakes in the pvc?....It looks really good..


peepaw's picture

Sweet. I like the variation in stick length as well as the price! Mossback nothin"

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JakeTribble's picture

This design will definitely work and is inexpensive.. We have a 25 yr old lake that has just been partially drained for the installation of a new spillway overflow pipe. We are planning on adding more structure, and this is a great idea.. Thanks for the picture and the idea...

Woods's picture

Sticksteer that is some good looking cover at a low price. woods

Ray's picture

Man sticksteer that thing looks awesome.. So you going to place it standing or laying down on the picture? That would be a hard decision for me. It seems sometimes crappiei like stuff laying down better than standing up..


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A man-made stretch of rocks or material of a hard composition that usually extends above and below the shoreline, often found near dams of big impoundments.

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