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By Ray - Posted on 23 August 2010

Ok on the last one I gave a really good hint if you are computer literate. Not so on this one. This is a side image with no enhancements. The first person the guess what this is gets a crappie101.com cap. Let the guessing begin.

 

Update: This is my PVC tree I built a while back and posted pictures of. The tree is 6 feet tall and has 8 foot limbs. It surprises me at times how small a very good piece of structure shows up in deep water.

 

DTG is the winner and will get a crappie101.com cap for his input.

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xgamehoss's picture

To me, it looks like a trolling motor vertically-oriented with limbs attached to it as a fish attractor. But, then again, I have only owned a fish-finder for a year and it is ancient. Really basic greyscale with the fish images that look like a kindergartener drew.

danny malone's picture

Ray my guess is a sail boat.

DTG's picture

A pvc tree with fish suspended above it

FISH ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Simpson Jigs
Phillips 66
Oxygenator/U2 Pro Formula

HookedFishingLuke's picture

Looks like porcupine fish attractors to me!

Ray's picture

Pretty good guess.. Next..

Ray

Big Papa's picture

Old anchors???

Ray's picture

Thanks for the guess Big Papa. You will be surprised when I reveal what it is in the morning. I want everyone to have a chance to test their SI viewing.

Ray

T. Todd's picture

Looks like an old antenna off a house. hahaha

T. Todd

Ray's picture

Another pretty interesting guess. Answer to come in the morning.

Ray

DTG's picture

5 gal buckets cut and suspended off a pvc tree

FISH ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Simpson Jigs
Phillips 66
Oxygenator/U2 Pro Formula

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A tree or log that has fallen into the water. Also known as 'falldown'.

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