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Portable Spear Shacks

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I was wondering if any of you fellow spear fisherman have any good ideas/pictures of your spear shacks. I'm looking for a spear shack that is easy to haul and easy to set up.

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if you want light, go with 2X6 runners with a 2X4 frame for the bottom. use 2X2 for the sides or 1X3's. use 1/4 plywood for the outside, painter of course, make one side or end somewhat higher and you have pitch. 4X6 is a easy size to move by hand. one thing you could place some metal on the runners so they side better. good luck!! Mike89

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That's a great portable for spearing. I have built a few of these over the years and they are durable, inexpensive and very comfortable.

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Here is one more of it up.

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I would spend the money on a black tarp though, this way is not dark enough. I even tried to paint the tarp with left over black paint, It all peeled off!

I got the instructions off the Michegan dark house assn's web site.

It is very comfy, My son-in-law and I took it out for its maiden voyage and it was ok.

Later,

Kenny

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