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Tube tubb for water hunters .

Mark kus

Well-known member
These look slick I built something similar mines made out of a dishwashing rack.
 

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Mark kus

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Just a bit pricey for me $149, made mine from PVC pipe and fittings, crab net and swimming noodles.
I know I just put it out there I made mine from a commercial dishwashing tray just added foam around the edge done in 10 min
Mark
 

silvercoinboy

Active member
I saw that the The Hoover Boys are testing one out in their latest YouTube video
 

silvercoinboy

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OldBeechnut

Well-known member
Very well built but way to small, if your a full time water hunter you need something that will take two or three scoops. Dishwashing rack or Bread tray, pool noodles, lite weight, cheap. I love the Hoover Boys but there not what I would consider regular water hunters..

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Mark kus

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Took me 10 minutes to make out of a dishwashing rack works perfectly
Mark
 

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