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Protecting Against Gravity Feeder Thieves #7452628 03/07/19 02:13 PM
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What do you do to stop this from happening to your protein feeders? I've probably missed plenty of posts on this, but thanks for any help.



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Re: Protecting Against Gravity Feeder Thieves [Re: bassfishinglawyer] #7452684 03/07/19 02:49 PM
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I got medieval with them on my Boss Buck. You'll see them sold as Shark Teeth or something like that. You can get them at Home Depot for a couple dollars, they are used to join two sections of board. I later added another section behind what you see.
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Re: Protecting Against Gravity Feeder Thieves [Re: CharlieCTx] #7452720 03/07/19 03:19 PM
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Originally Posted by CharlieCTx
I got medieval with them on my Boss Buck. You'll see them sold as Shark Teeth or something like that. You can get them at Home Depot for a couple dollars, they are used to join two sections of board. I later added another section behind what you see.


Wow. I have a Boss Buck - never seen that before but what a great idea. Going to have to stop by Home Depot this weekend to grab some.

Re: Protecting Against Gravity Feeder Thieves [Re: bassfishinglawyer] #7452860 03/07/19 05:34 PM
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In my experience you'll have zero coon issues (or very little other than curiosity) at a gravity protein feeder if you keep ONLY protein in it. Keep corn out and the majority of that problem is solved

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Re: Protecting Against Gravity Feeder Thieves [Re: bassfishinglawyer] #7452867 03/07/19 05:40 PM
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Carpet tack strips siliconed to the legs of feeder solved out problems...one on opposite sides of legs... very cheap and effective

Re: Protecting Against Gravity Feeder Thieves [Re: bassfishinglawyer] #7453495 03/08/19 01:43 PM
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Thanks for the ideas guys!!

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