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That isn't the problem I have with cold water.
Actually, when I have used the surgical tubing, it has not been bitter cold, though I have used a standard bungee cord in the conditions you describe. If you go with the bungee, find one that is either worn out or is very elastic. I would also recommend one that is very long. It will give you more stretch without getting a Richard Simmons sweatin to the oldies workout. :getdown: :getdown: :getdown:
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I never thought of that problem with the cold. I suppose a long length of bungee might work better in those conditions.
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I just read about the t-post idea, and was wondering how you can set up multiple ducks on one t-post, or would you need multiple t-post. Also do you push the t-post into the mud until it is submersed into the water?
I never have tried a jerk cord, but am interested in giving it a try. Also has anyone seen a picture of one actually set up?
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try this out, jerk string on crack. Works awesome!
If ya don't like being peppered, don't set up near my spread..!!!!!
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