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  1. Hudson River
    Deciding to make a homemade bait tank instead of using a bucket where i have to keep changing the water, or the metal cage type where the herring get beat up when a boat or a barge goes by. Also they dont have much room to move, then I have to tie them to something so they dont float away. So...
  2. North Carolina - Interior
    Custom made 35 gallon bait tank, 500 gph pump with aeration, complete filtration system. $150, 704-864-1039. In Gastonia, NC.
  3. Boaters Forum
    I was looking at using this for 3-4 bunker at a time. I do not do alot of bait fishing and have limited deck space, but would like to be able to try it when the timing is right. Do you think 8-9 gallons of water, an air pump and this cooler could sustain 3-4 bunker for a couple of hours? I was...
  4. Hudson River
    How do you guys secure the PVC fittings to the barrels? The pvc cement doesn't seem to work.
  5. Plugs and Plug Building
    I'm in the process of figuring out the how-to for making a tracer lathe. For the lathe's drive I'm thinking sewing machine motor with foot switch rigged with a 4.6:1 reduction drive (belted pulley). This should give me a variable speed with 1,000 RPM tops with more torque(?). The tracer will use...
  6. Plugs and Plug Building
    OK as promised I'll give some photo's of my homemade plug lathe/rod wrapper, she's not pretty but it will get the job done until you get a "real" lathe... the bed is 3/4" plywood, the fixed rail is 3/4" maple (pine will do) the headstock is 3/4 maple and the removable tail stock is 2" pine...
  7. The Striper Forum
    i've been needing one but haven't had an extar $30.00 to spend on one so i decided to make one. i bought a $6. polyester t-shirt from the dollar store, ran 12 guage steel wire through the bottom seam to hold it open, then sewed the sleeves shut with fishing line and apoxy. i made the seams on...
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