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DIY Duck Impoundment | Building a Duck Hole

Published Date:
Aug 2, 2019

Video Info:
DIY Duck Impoundment, Building a Duck Hole for duck hunting.

Credits:
Organization:, Mossy Oak


DIY Duck Hunting Sled

Published Date:
Nov 14, 2019

Video Info:
DIY Duck Hunting Sled. Floating sled for just 13 dollars.

Credits:
Organization:, E.D Outdoors


DIY Hunting Panel Blinds

Published Date:
Feb 3, 2018

Video Info:
Using cheap cow paneling, maiden grass, and zip ties here is how to make a panel blind for hunting!

Credits:
Organization:, Midwest Outdoors


HOW TO Make a DUCK CALL LANYARD

Published Date:
Aug 14, 2018

Video Info:
DIY video on making your own call lanyard for your duck and goose calls.

Credits:
Organization:, Mid Valley Mercenaries


How To DIY Optifade Timber Camo a Shotgun For 30 Bucks

Published Date:
Aug 14, 2018

Video Info:
In this episode I'll show you my take on Optifade Timber on my Shotgun. Duck season can't get here soon enough!

Credits:
Organization:, DIY Outdoorsman


DIY Duck Hunting Sled

Published Date:
Nov 14, 2019

Video Info:
DIY Duck Hunting Sled. Floating sled for just 13 dollars.

Credits:
Organization:, E.D Outdoors


DIY shotgun Camouflage with rubber bands. Duck hunting shadow grass Camo shotgun

Published Date:
Jan 2, 2015

Video Info:
I decided to paint my old Remington 1100 I got for Christmas when I was 8 years old. It shoots great but was a little rusty. I used Ultra Flat Krylon spray paint and two packs of rubber bands of different sizes. I started with a light color as the base coat. Let it dry and put on rubber bands, then the next color and repeat process and finished with base coat color to get a shadow grass Camo. Good duck gun and deer gun.

Credits:
Individual:, Tim White


Homemade Goose Pulsator DIY

Published Date:
Aug 18, 2019

Video Info:

  • Bilge Pump
  • 12V Battery
  • Spade Drill Bit
  • Marine Adhesive
  • Waterproof Butt Connectors
  • Heat Shrink Big Pack
  • 2 Pole Flat Connection
  • Conduit
  • PVC Cap
  • Power Cord
  • Thermal Flasher
  • In-Line Fuse
  • Female Connectors
  • Waterproof Box

Credits:
Organization:, IycMan Outdoors


DIY Wild Game Washer - Fish and Game Washing Bucket

Published Date:
Dec 5, 2019

Video Info:
Many years ago I stumbled across a Wild Game Washer which was basically a bucket you hook up to a water hose and throw your fish and game in to clean them. The Wild Game Washer was about 60 dollars so I moved in because it was cool but it just wasn't 70 dollars cool and wouldn't have risked leaving it sitting around at the marina or in the back of my truck.

Years later I was on a dove hunt and a friend had made a homemade fish and game washing bucket just like the wild game washer and it worked awesome. It got my gears turning so I set out to build my own homemade fish and game fishing bucket (or a homemade wild game washer). I played around with multiple designs and finally found one that works perfect, It works flawlessly every time and I've used these homemade wild game washers almost daily since then and they literally cost a few dollars to make and take less than 5 minutes. I've used my homemade wild game washers to clean dove, geese, sandhill crane and tons and tons of fish. If you're cleaning birds or waterfowl the game washing bucket works wonders to remove feathers (and blood) and if you're washing fish it will make quick work removing the blood and scales while filleting fish.

They work so well I usually have 4 or 5 of them on hand at any given time!

Today I'm walking you through how to make your very own homemade fish and game washing bucket. It's super easy, inexpensive and doesn't take long at all.

Supplies needed

  • 5 Gallon Bucket
  • PVC Hose Adapter
  • 1/2"" PVC Slip Cap
  • 1/2" PVC Slip Elbow
  • 1/2" PVC Pipe (One piece ~11" and one 1" piece)
  • #8 x 2" Stainless Screw
  • PVC Glue


Again these are super easy to make but if you're not handy you can buy a Wild Game Washer already manufactured here. .

Credits:
Organization:, Catfish Edge


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