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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-31-2013, 12:57 AM Thread Starter
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what kind do you recommend........

Logos, super stakes, berkshire, duck bills, wolffangs, or something else.

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Re: what kind do you recommend........

rebar
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Re: what kind do you recommend........

Rebar and cables to tie off to tree's.
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Re: what kind do you recommend........

Rebar for canines and berkshires or duckbills for dog proof traps.

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Re: what kind do you recommend........

MB chain stakes are the most versital, lite weight, strongest staking system for canines. The only down fall is they can be a bugger to pull in rocky soil. Cable tie offs for coon.

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Re: what kind do you recommend........

berkshires on 1/8" cable.
1/8 cable tye off for dp's.

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Re: what kind do you recommend........

duck bills

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Re: what kind do you recommend........

Berkshire HD's with 12" of 3/32. Pop them out in the spring. I may destroy a dozen in a season out of 60 to 70 in the ground.I have some that are 5/6 years old not bad for a 1$ investment.

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Re: what kind do you recommend........

I have been using hi desert spears they are about the same as the wolffangs.

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Re: what kind do you recommend........

anything but rebar....

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