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Stakes for coroplast silos

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  1. Billy Bob

    Billy Bob Elite Refuge Member

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    For those who asked for my patterns. I also have hen, drake, feeder and sleeper wigeon for anyone interested.

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  2. negooseman

    negooseman Elite Refuge Member

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    The stakes that sillosocks use would probably be your easiest stake to use. Heat the tip up and push them thru your decoy, then flip the decoy and tap(I use a cutting board to hit the stake against) the hook part into the coroplast so it's even with the edge of the decoy, and then run some gorilla glue over the hook end of the stake(you could also glue the stake where it comes out too. Haven't had 1 come apart yet and some are 4 seasons or so old.
     
  3. Billy Bob

    Billy Bob Elite Refuge Member

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    Wigeon patterns and a cackler
     

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  4. Daniel Fisher

    Daniel Fisher New Member

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    When I made my honker decoys, I tried to cut so the ribs wern't running up and down. I just used as metal H-wire frames like they put for sale signs or election signs on. I used a drill and a small bit to get them started. They're harder to get in that way but they don't come out to easily either. Good luck
     

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