How to make Duck Hunting theme Knife by BergKnifemaking In this how to video Dan Berg from www.Bergknifemaking.com shows how he made this custom Duck hunting field dressing knife. This blade is AEB-L stainless steel, has an angry duck blade etching and on of a kind marsh reed cast handles. This video gives an overview of the complete build. Type your paragraph here.
Texas Rigs are a great way to rig and manage duck decoys. They are basically a length or cable slightly longer than depth of water. Each has a loop on one end, a sinker on the other and a snap swivel that slides along the line. In this short how to video we show how to easily make Duck Decoy Texas Rigs using either wire clothesline or Heavy mono, snap swivels, aluminum crimps and fishing sinkers.
Easy DIY Neoprene Repair for wetsuits, dry suits and neoprene wadders. All you need is neoprene contact cement, aquaseal and some scrap neoprene to use as a patch. Cut patch to size. Three coats or neoprene cement to both the patch and item being repaired. Then press patch in place. How to video shows how to coat the area with aquaseal to make the area abrasion resistant.
This is our original economy PVC Blind. This how to video shows how to make a PVC foldable duck blind. The blind is easily transported and attached with out having to permanently mount brackets to the boat. Blind folds down and back so driver can see when boat is runing.
This short how-to video shows how to easily make a tiller arm extension for an outboard motor. We used a Yamaha 25 hp outboard to demonstrate but the same techniques can be used on outboard engines. Tiller extension arms can be made in a variety of lengths and are ideal to allow the operator to sit forward allowing for small boats and skiffs to plane faster. For this project you need a 12 inch pc of 1 1/2 PVC, pc of 1 1/4 PVC length to be determined by how long you want the extension arm. We used 18 inches. One 1 1/2 inch to 1 1/4 PVC adaptor, One 1 1/2 to 1 1/2 PVC coupler, PVC glue and some hockey tape for the grip.
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This is our new more sturdy design. How to easily make a Duck Blind with EMT Conduit PVC and Maker Pipe connections In this short how to video. Dan Berg from DIYeasycrafts shows how he made a lightweight foldable duck blind that is easily removable from the boat. He used EMT conduit PVC pipe and fittings from makerpipe.com.
How to make a Removable Duck Blind for a Carolina Skiff with EMT Conduit PVC and Maker Pipe connections In this short how to video. Dan Berg from DIYeasycrafts.com shows how he made a lightweight foldable duck blind that is easily removable from the boat. He used EMT conduit PVC pipe and fittings from makerpipe.com. We used flush mounted fishing rod holders mounted on the skiff and then designed a blind so the uprights would drop into each rod holder. Dan also shows how hinged the foldable panels and how he reinforced the pvc connections so they will hold up to years of used.
DIY DUCK HUNTING PROJECTS. Attention all duck hunters! DIY Easy Crafts has a range of DIY Duck Hunting Projects that are sure to take your hunting experience to the next level. Whether you're looking to build a foldable duck blind, make your own Texas decoy rigs or an easy outboard tiller arm extension, our website has everything you need to get started.
Each project comes with its own step-by-step how-to build video that makes the process easy and fun. Our hacks are designed to help you improve your hunting skills and enjoy your hunting trips even more. Plus, our projects are easy to make and require minimal supplies, so you won't have to break the bank to get started.
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DIY How to make a Push Pole Shallow Water Stick Anchor for small boats and skiffs First off let me give credit to my friend Joe S. He made one of these stick anchors for his skiff. I was so impressed that I made a couple for myself. I used a 10' x 3/4" fiberglass pole an aluminum tip, 3/4 irrigation T, Marine Tex epoxy, hockey tape and fiberglass resin to make this Push Pole shallow water stick anchor. Easy DIY project. Great for holding position while skinny water fishing and duck hunting.