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Portable running water #8349540 08/12/21 08:00 PM
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Here is a quick and relatively cheap way to get some running water in the field.

I bought this 3 gallon sprayer from Amazon.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002YNSAGW?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_title

Then I bought this kitchen sprayer as well from Amazon.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07HSWKL6G?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_title

The kitchen sprayer comes with attachments and a hose clamp, cut the hose on the sprayer at the wond and use the correct attachment to attach the two hoses. You will have 7ft of hose.

It works great for cleaning dove or game in the field, cleaning your hands off, giving the dog a shot of water, add ice to the container for cold water to cool a dog off, you can use it to take a shower while camping, lots of uses for it while out in the field. It has decent pressure and 3 gallons last longer than you'd think.

All in all about $70 and 5 minutes to put it together.

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Re: Portable running water [Re: 2flyfish4] #8349573 08/12/21 08:34 PM
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Nice!


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Good idea!


Re: Portable running water [Re: 2flyfish4] #8349776 08/12/21 11:44 PM
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Cool beans!

Re: Portable running water [Re: 2flyfish4] #8350629 08/13/21 07:07 PM
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Check this thing out
https://www.amazon.com/Bang4buck-Portable-Electric-Pressure-Powerful/dp/B071YNCXQ6/

I don't have running water at the lease. Could solve a lot of problems.


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I use a 15 gallon tank with 12volt wand sprayer from Tractor Supply. Think it was less than $100

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Like that

Re: Portable running water [Re: LarryCopper] #8351281 08/14/21 07:24 AM
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That'll work. I used something similar a few years ago when I was on the Javelina Ranch in Jim Hogg County. Had several 55 gal barrels down there and would haul 25 gallons of water down every weekend to put in. I just rigged up a 12V water pump with some garden hose & a regular sprayer. Already had the battery so it didn't cost much at all for the set up. Put out plenty of pressure for cleaning critters & dishes.

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
That'll work. I used something similar a few years ago when I was on the Javelina Ranch in Jim Hogg County. Had several 55 gal barrels down there and would haul 25 gallons of water down every weekend to put in. I just rigged up a 12V water pump with some garden hose & a regular sprayer. Already had the battery so it didn't cost much at all for the set up. Put out plenty of pressure for cleaning critters & dishes.



Kinda what I have jerry rigged on a smaller scale with both of my campers using 12 volt pumps. Neither of my two leases have running water. I do like the pump strayer setup idea for a road trip. So it could also double as a shower for me, I would probably try a metal pump can so I could easily warm the water on a coleman stove first.

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
That'll work. I used something similar a few years ago when I was on the Javelina Ranch in Jim Hogg County. Had several 55 gal barrels down there and would haul 25 gallons of water down every weekend to put in. I just rigged up a 12V water pump with some garden hose & a regular sprayer. Already had the battery so it didn't cost much at all for the set up. Put out plenty of pressure for cleaning critters & dishes.



Kinda what I have jerry rigged on a smaller scale with both of my campers using 12 volt pumps. Neither of my two leases have running water. I do like the pump strayer setup idea for a road trip. So it could also double as a shower for me, I would probably try a metal pump can so I could easily warm the water on a coleman stove first.



That's a good idea. up

Re: Portable running water [Re: 2flyfish4] #8351940 08/15/21 02:15 AM
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Square Blue 7 gallon jug, with a spot, Set it on the tailgate, turn spout on\off. Been working for me for years.


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