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Seabass77

High Tech Question

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Does anyone have a good method they could share for keeping your buckets from sticking together? I like to bring a couple of 5 gallon buckets with me for sitting, bait, misc but it's always a pain trying to seperate them on the ice. They don't want to come apart.

Any advice is appreciated.

- Joe

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I assume you mean 2x4 at the bottom of one buckets to keep them the one from sinking all the way to the bottom of the other one?

Of course, many a time I would have liked to beat the [PoorWordUsage] out of the buckets with a 2x4 while trying to get them apart!

Thanks for your help.

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I do the same as Marmot- I just throw something small in the bottom of the buckets to keep them from locking together. 2x4 works great
Scoot

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Lots of times when buckets stick together, it's because they were wet, and when you try to pull 'em apart, the water seals 'em together (e.g. suction). If your bucket doesn't need to hold water, drill a small hole in the bottom of it. Should make getting them apart much easier unless they really got jammed together hard.

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Matt

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