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July 30, 2008

Floating Gazebo

Huyh

From the website:

    Floating Gazebo

    Fishing just got easier for Bubba!

    I was going to build the Gazebo on the edge of my dock down by the lake, but I thought I might just as well build the deck with floats on it and then I can take it out fishing too.

    The deck has a 15,000-pound capacity and is 18 feet x 18 feet with 12 plastic foam-filled dock floats that are 4 feet x 4 feet by 18 inches high, and the Gazebo is a 10-foot diameter hexagon with a table and chairs inside.

    Under the table is my trolling motor so I can take it out to my favorite fishing hole.

    The trolling motor is wirelessly remote-controlled so I can be fishing outside and operate the motor.

    On top of the table I have a Lowrance Fish Finder with depth-sounding sonar and temperature gauge.

    I have two electric winches with 40-pound anchors and I've also built in a water pump so I can clean the fish right on the spot.

    Now I can relax and fish while my wife can sit and relax....

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[via Ray Earhart, in response to my July 26, 2008 "Call for things of interest." So much great stuff came in that I won't have to do much at all for the next couple weeks except pick and choose what to put up here.]

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My husband emailed the link to this and I just wanted to know if you're in AK? I recognize a black spruce when I see it! lol. That's an awesome dock - you're making me want to buy a house on a lake now just to have one. Super cool!

Posted by: Amber | Aug 1, 2008 12:46:27 AM

Want. Want now. Very cool.

Posted by: JMT | Jul 30, 2008 8:13:02 PM

Does the Coast Guard swing during high winds?

Posted by: Kay | Jul 30, 2008 6:43:33 PM

Nice.

Posted by: Nick | Jul 30, 2008 2:45:42 PM

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