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Contributors to this thread:
Mule Power 10-Sep-23
Catscratch 10-Sep-23
Dale06 10-Sep-23
Lewis 10-Sep-23
greg simon 10-Sep-23
Rut Nut 10-Sep-23
DonVathome 10-Sep-23
Scoot 10-Sep-23
APauls 10-Sep-23
TMac 10-Sep-23
Boreal 10-Sep-23
Ben 10-Sep-23
ND String Puller 10-Sep-23
Straight Shooter 10-Sep-23
Patdel 10-Sep-23
Ambush 11-Sep-23
midwest 11-Sep-23
scentman 11-Sep-23
DanaC 11-Sep-23
Catscratch 11-Sep-23
From: Mule Power
10-Sep-23

Mule Power's Link

From: Catscratch
10-Sep-23
Hell yes!!! Nothing more to say.

From: Dale06
10-Sep-23
Way cool.

From: Lewis
10-Sep-23
Very cool ?? thanks for sharing Lewis

From: greg simon
10-Sep-23
I think I’ll just turn it myself every few minutes and save the trouble. Is pretty ingenious.

From: Rut Nut
10-Sep-23
That elk didn’t have a chance! ;-)

From: DonVathome
10-Sep-23
That is really clever! Thanks for posting it!

From: Scoot
10-Sep-23
That's sweet!

From: APauls
10-Sep-23
After your tag is notched and waiting for a flight out or something with a drink in hand I could see this being a great time.

From: TMac
10-Sep-23
Ingenious!

From: Boreal
10-Sep-23
Brilliant!

From: Ben
10-Sep-23
Not only inventive but, could you find a more beautiful area to have it in?

10-Sep-23
Apauls x2, if I was tagged out camping right there…that would be genius!

10-Sep-23
Awesome!

From: Patdel
10-Sep-23
Thats pretty slick!

From: Ambush
11-Sep-23
Tricky, but I'd have to have a lot of time on my hands to go to all that bother.

From: midwest
11-Sep-23
What?? Noooowayyy. Fks sake. ;-)

From: scentman
11-Sep-23
10 bucks says the dude has an engineering degree... my father in law was an engineer and would go to extremes to build a better mouse trap.

From: DanaC
11-Sep-23
"Tricky, but I'd have to have a lot of time on my hands to go to all that bother. "

I feel the same way about 'self' bows and wood arrows ;-)

From: Catscratch
11-Sep-23
I was thinking it would be a cool build for one of those days you just wanted to get your cook on and relax for a while. But then I started thinking about how long it's been since water "flowed" here and decided wind would be the better setup (always have some wind). Bet I don't build either but it's cool for sure and I envy the guy getting to sit there and listen to the creek talk to ya.

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