LiquidA45 wrote:I like this, might copy it but I need to use something weighted instead of a pole I think. I want a jerk string for a certain slough I hunt but I think it is too deep to wade in and stick a pole in the ground. I would like to make one where I could toss it out and pull it back in without having to get into the water.
Botiz630 wrote:How much does an apostrophe cost down south? Must be quite a bit, based on how sparingly you use them.
Freezer wrote:Ace hardware has a thin nylon elastic cord you can buy by the foot. It's white so I paint it brown. It's a lot softer and easier to pull. I hunt a shallow marsh and anchor it with a brown fiberglass tent pole. The less tension you have to pull against the less weight you need on the anchor.
A young man last year posted a bobbing feeder duck using a crutch. It makes a good stake for the jerk string and the bobbing decoy is on the top. The leg is also adjustable for water depth.
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