Best thing you built for waterfowling

Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by Kevin Burroughs, Feb 10, 2018.

  1. freefall

    freefall Elite Refuge Member

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    The additions to my boat blind. It helps me hide so I can skybust birds at 80 yards on the Delta.....:sp:grvn:l
     
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  2. Ravenanme

    Ravenanme Elite Refuge Member

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    Naturally the trailer is hooked to the Quad when I get to where I want to be and I load 4 to 6 bags of decoys on to the trailer ! There are times when
    I need to drag the boat ( with a load of decoys ) to the X along the river or waterway so , it worked great . I have had other Ideas so I sold this set up
    to a fella and his sons ( hoping they will enjoy it as much as I have ) as , it has allowed me to have all that I needed ( with me ) in some remote areas
    that were really hard to get to.......on private property !
    Did you checkout the T stand on the back of the Quad ? I could haul (2) 12 packs of FB's Ducks hanging , a 24 pack of Goose shells in front on the back
    rack , with my chair and blind bag , across the front rack a portable blind with the dog on top made it easy for long runs into the back country when
    hunting alone !
     
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  3. Calikev

    Calikev Elite Refuge Member

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    Many years ago I made a dog stand from a shower chair and that design has been replicated many times by others out there. That and my homemade tule stool are probably the items that have had the most longevity. I also built a custom aluminum cradle for my packframe years ago that I used for many years on my bike that worked awesome. I switched to a tub set up on the bike so decided to have one custom built at a fab shop instead of laboring myself to build one.

    Kevin
     
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  4. Big Daddy Gaddy

    Big Daddy Gaddy Elite Refuge Member

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    A reputation.
     
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  5. Brottboss

    Brottboss Elite Refuge Member

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    Gotta admit that the rack that holds my cart/decoys and ice chest which slips into my 2" hitch has been a great addition. Leaves the entire back of the truck for a comfy bed.
     
  6. dwhauss

    dwhauss Senior Refuge Member

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    Good or bad?
     
  7. theduckguru

    theduckguru Elite Refuge Member

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    A lot of stuff, all of which I didn’t need and have since got rid of.
     
  8. callinfowl

    callinfowl Kalifornia Forum

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    The auto flush dock crapper would be tops on my list.:tu:tu:tu
     
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  9. fishdog

    fishdog Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Where have you been??
     
  10. dwhauss

    dwhauss Senior Refuge Member

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    I can guess at this one, but since I don;t know him personally, just what he presents on this forum, kind of wondering how he see's this one. I would guess bad.
     

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