Best thing you built for waterfowling

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  1. Kevin Burroughs

    Kevin Burroughs Elite Refuge Member

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    D78C5031-F1B1-47A8-B66E-ECCE56AB75F9.jpeg D78C5031-F1B1-47A8-B66E-ECCE56AB75F9.jpeg Over the years we have all built, made stuff for hunting. Some of them are great and some not so much. I built this little trailer for pulling behind my quads. 3 x 4 x by 3 feet deep. Little rack for hauling the pram an it holds 6 dozen dekes in bags real well. Wheel spacers and ATV tires so it doesn’t leave ruts
     
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    free_gaff Senior Refuge Member

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    my bank account :D
     
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    fishdog Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    I'd tell you but then I'd have to....
     
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    Hybrid layout boat.
     
  5. California Flyway

    California Flyway Elite Refuge Member

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    Completed numerous upgrades on my 2004 Polaris HO 500 ATV.
     
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    Winchester 1897 Elite Refuge Member

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    A dozen wood diver decoys.
     
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  8. Kevin Burroughs

    Kevin Burroughs Elite Refuge Member

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    I like it. I built a big one for hauling goose decoys and brush for blinds. I'm not allowed on a couple of my ranches with a truck after the first rain because it tears up the roads. That looks road legal.
     
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    Fullchokemojo New Member

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    100_1190.JPG 100_1189.JPG 4 Homemade blind covers. Copied a few designs, mostly Gibson only these are lighter and spring loaded. Best part is I used a bunch of stuff I had in the garage. 3/4" PVC pipe & fittings, 1/2 conduit, electrical tape, garden fencing, each one threads onto 2 concrete stakes.
    Only thing I bought for the project were the springs.
     
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    CA Birdman Elite Refuge Member

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    Welding tubing to my quad rack so I can slide in 1/2" steel pipes and then it supports an extra jet sled off the back of the quad. Use it or hauling brush, full body decoys or jerk string decoys. Way better at being mud guard than mud flaps.
     

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