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anyone have plans for a dog stand? #2685566 10/23/11 01:59 PM
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I want to make a dog stand for hunting knee to waist deep water. has anyone made one? I dont want spend a couple hundred for the factory made ones, it doesnt seem worth that much to me.



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Re: anyone have plans for a dog stand? [Re: ishootspoonies] #2685652 10/23/11 03:01 PM
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On the cheap, I use a camo folding table from academy.


Re: anyone have plans for a dog stand? [Re: kdub] #2685676 10/23/11 03:13 PM
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Re: anyone have plans for a dog stand? [Re: QuackerJacks] #2685685 10/23/11 03:19 PM
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^^^^ is that one it kdub? if it is sturdy enough, im gonna go buy it.



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I like spoonie, his humor is dryer than my duck lease.
Re: anyone have plans for a dog stand? [Re: ishootspoonies] #2685703 10/23/11 03:35 PM
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That looks like it would work, but if it's a bigger dog 80lbs or more would the table legs hold?




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That's it. My dog weighs close to 70 and it holds him fine. It can be unstable if you can't dig it in deep enough, I think some pointed pvc attached to the legs would solve that pretty cheaply.


Re: anyone have plans for a dog stand? [Re: kdub] #2685791 10/23/11 04:21 PM
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awesome man. thanks



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I like spoonie, his humor is dryer than my duck lease.
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......this and be done. Your welcome.



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Those topwater stands are too rich for my blood Wonder.


Re: anyone have plans for a dog stand? [Re: kdub] #2686091 10/23/11 07:33 PM
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2x2 piece of 3/4 inch plywood, 2" PVC 90 degree T cut at an angle to put the legs at an outward angle, 8 bolts to bolt the 1/2 T's to the plywood, 4 legs cut at whatever length you want (drill holes every 6" so the legs fill with water so it won't float and a piece of outdoor carpet and you are done.

I built one last year and it worked great.



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Originally Posted By: Judd
2x2 piece of 3/4 inch plywood, 2" PVC 90 degree T cut at an angle to put the legs at an outward angle, 8 bolts to bolt the 1/2 T's to the plywood, 4 legs cut at whatever length you want (drill holes every 6" so the legs fill with water so it won't float and a piece of outdoor carpet and you are done.

I built one last year and it worked great.


Glad my you find my design to your liking. Been using it for over 10 years. Anyone that builds one will throw rocks at the spensive pooch stands.

click on below link for complete materials needed and instructions.


Dog stand plans



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Thank you Homey...I saw it on another forum that we don't mention here so I didn't wink

Yes, it is a great stand and I have let 2 buddies use it for their dogs and they both wanted one.

It ain't light and you don't really wanna pack it a long way but for boat or utv hauling to and from it is perfect.



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thanks guys. thats what i was looking for.



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I like spoonie, his humor is dryer than my duck lease.
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Originally Posted By: Homey da Clown


Glad my you find my design to your liking. Been using it for over 10 years. Anyone that builds one will throw rocks at the spensive pooch stands.

click on below link for complete materials needed and instructions.


Dog stand plans


.......good plans and a good stand for the do-it-yourselfer up



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I used a $7 rubbermade bucket from Walmart and a couple of old cans of spray paint. Make sure to drill some holes so the air comes out when you put it in the water.







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Originally Posted By: Homey da Clown
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2x2 piece of 3/4 inch plywood, 2" PVC 90 degree T cut at an angle to put the legs at an outward angle, 8 bolts to bolt the 1/2 T's to the plywood, 4 legs cut at whatever length you want (drill holes every 6" so the legs fill with water so it won't float and a piece of outdoor carpet and you are done.

I built one last year and it worked great.


Glad my you find my design to your liking. Been using it for over 10 years. Anyone that builds one will throw rocks at the spensive pooch stands.

click on below link for complete materials needed and instructions.


Dog stand plans

The last pic in there shows the legs angling out, I think that is key for stability. I could not be bother making my own, sport stand below..
















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Thanks to Homey Da Clowns for the plans.... Surprisingly quick and easy!!!!



Added some camo material on top of an old piece of carpet. Done in about an hour.



Dutch seems to like it......





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