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#5663352 - 03/22/15 11:16 AM Here is a tip,,
BMowatt Online   content
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Want to put weight in water keel decoys?? This was done on my teal decoys.
I used a 4" piece of 3/8" steel rod. Took a pair of pliers and opened the end of the keel then drove the rod inside.
For larger keels use larger diameter rod.


Edited by BMowatt (03/22/15 11:17 AM)

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#5664143 - 03/22/15 07:05 PM Re: Here is a tip,, [Re: BMowatt]
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Squirt of silicon on both ends and a handful of sand works too.

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#5664897 - 03/23/15 08:28 AM Re: Here is a tip,, [Re: brazosboyt]
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Originally Posted By: brazosboyt
Squirt of silicon on both ends and a handful of sand works too.


That could be undone if need be, good suggestion.

Rebar is another good tip.

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#5665275 - 03/23/15 12:12 PM Re: Here is a tip,, [Re: BMowatt]
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I didn't like messing with caulking and waiting for it to dry. Rod can be pushed back out.

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