wingnutty wrote:How did you attach the landscape netting to the boat? I mean, I see that it is under the bungies, but it looks like the fabric is also attached to the boat itself? If not, i'd be worried that it would deteriorate quickly as that stuff rips pretty easily, especially if the dog tries to climb on it.
vette04915 wrote:where you get your grass? and how long are your grass peice that you put on your boat?it looks like you used one zipties bunch
Bigroo wrote:Those look fantastic I want one so bad I can't stand it. Let us know how well they work in open water, I want to use one of these to run the river and hunt the creeks and backwaters off of the river and hunt the main river when everything else is frozen. Are you going to run trolling motors, outboards or mud motors?
pgquackstacker wrote:Maybe you guys can hunt together and touch barrels.
Redbeard wrote: I simply side step the charging dog and swiftly deliver a judo chop to the back of the neck, temporarily disabling the dog. I then apply a rear naked choke until the dog falls asleep.
ssnfa wrote:vette04915 wrote:where you get your grass? and how long are your grass peice that you put on your boat?it looks like you used one zipties bunch
We used Avery and Cabelas Fall Flight grass. To be honest I think it is the exact same stuff. It is wrapped and package identically!!!
bmoy1920 wrote:LOVE Giada!! I would love to use my pass on her!
ErieCutEmOutfitters wrote:Buy the landscape netting at any big box store. The last two momarshes I've grassed have been 30lbs each and probably another 2-5lbs throught each season touching up spots. Jstern prices just went up cause the secret is out
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