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What to ties crappie brush piles with

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By mattd - Posted on 28 January 2011

I am building some crappiei brush piles and was wondering what you guys used to tie what kind of weight to them?

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Hey matt. I use double wrapped nylon rope and the large concrete blocks. Usually one block per brush with the brush being about 10 feet long. Make sure you tie the block to the center of the brush and as close to the trunk as possible.


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