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Snow Rig

Postby chipmunk » Wed Dec 26, 2012 1:58 pm

guys, my decoys are SILO SOCKS- economy pac- 10 doz 1 price. 20 doz fit in 1 silo sock decoy bag. KITES are JACK KITES and silo sock fliers.

my callers are - cheap home depot tool box, on/off toogle switch, 300-500 watt car amplifiers, radio shack 50 or 100 watt horn speakers, walmart RCA mp3 players, 2-12 volt EXIT SIGN batterys per caller( in case 1 goes dead) and AMAZON.com remote shut off switch.
you must put a jumper wire on the amp from the + terminal to the R or Remote terminal.

the caller that the speakers fit in the tool box are 50 watt.

also, if you check out HUNTINGSNOWS.COM there are many threads about this, that is where i got alot of info.

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Re: Snow Rig

Postby bayside » Wed Dec 26, 2012 2:12 pm

Lotsa snows flying along bayshore this morning. Vicinity of Dennis Creek. Not sure if new birds, but I have not seen this many transitting birds yet this year. Good luck to you snow hunters!
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Re: Snow Rig

Postby FFT » Wed Dec 26, 2012 3:02 pm

Thanks chip. Do I remember you saying it was a royal pain in the azz apllying the decals to the economy silos and if you were to do it again you would have gotten them done from the manufacture?
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Re: Snow Rig

Postby canderso » Wed Dec 26, 2012 4:57 pm

Chip- this for posting that info. Looks like I have a project to keep me busy in my "spare" time at work. Should have lots of that stuff around.

John- weather pending I am looking to come down to the bay on Saturday for a diver hunt. If the wind is really blowing, I MA come down and look to get into more sheltered water. Also depends if I get my replacement waders on Friday. I will try to give you a call tomorrow.
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Snow Rig

Postby dgram36 » Thu Dec 27, 2012 4:53 pm

FFT wrote:Thanks chip. Do I remember you saying it was a royal pain in the azz apllying the decals to the economy silos and if you were to do it again you would have gotten them done from the manufacture?


X2, I am thinking about purchasing the 10 dozen economy pack and just painting them myself. Did you find it difficult to do?
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Re: Snow Rig

Postby chipmunk » Thu Dec 27, 2012 5:20 pm

no not bad, the biggest pain in the ass was installing the stakes. it helps to heat the end then melt through the coroplast.

i used cheap homedepot black spray paint, and the only pink they had. the last batch i got had the bags attached aready.
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Re: Snow Rig

Postby chipmunk » Thu Dec 27, 2012 5:50 pm

oh, and i had 50' of speaker wire on each speaker
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Snow Rig

Postby dgram36 » Thu Dec 27, 2012 7:45 pm

chipmunk wrote:i used cheap homedepot black spray paint, and the only pink they had. the last batch i got had the bags attached aready.


Do you think black marker would work?
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Re: Snow Rig

Postby chipmunk » Fri Dec 28, 2012 5:57 pm

yes, but it takes too long, lay the bags out on the floor and hit the with 2 shots of spray paint.
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