You are hereBlogs / Ray's blog / Crappie PVC Trees

Crappie PVC Trees

Ray's picture

By Ray - Posted on 06 February 2012

Tyler and I made some PVC tress this weekend. We decided to make some nice size ones. Man these things have a lot of hours in them.

peepaw's picture

Man do those look stellar! Great job now just get em' in fast! The time spent will pay off for many years as well as your GRANDKIDS fishing over them. PVC rocks!

"Help Reclaim fish habitat with reclaimed artificial
fish attractors" by
10% off to all members
code: crapp101

Ray's picture

Thanks Peepaw. I got them sunk and it took about 20 minutes each to assemble on the water and sink. That is not near as fast as the ones I got from you and a ton more work but I needed some tall deep water cover and this I think will fit the bill. The trees you have take me less than 5 minutes to deploy. I am ready to go get some crappiei off those very soon.


Big Papa's picture

Getting ready for the CM classic I see. Just let me know if you need help in checking them for Crappie.

Thanks for stopping by We are the site dedicated to crappie fishingi. We bring you tips and techniques from crappie country's top pros and the everyday fisherman not to mention the most complete information on crappie lakes from all around the country.

Bookmark Us

Bookmark Website 
Bookmark Page 

Follow Us

Find on TwitterFind on FacebookFind on YouTubeFind on Flickr

Platinum Sponsor

Current Moon

Recommend this page

Who's online

There are currently 0 users and 41 guests online.

Physical features and shapes of the bottom of lakes, rivers, or impoundments, especially those that influence fish behavior. Some examples of structure are humps, depressions, sandbars, ledges, and drop-offs. Some examples that are not structure: a stump, tree, or brush pile (these are cover).

Search Glossary