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anyone have any suggestions for a good extension pole to carry around for retrieving discs?

I am about to get a golden retriever, but there are 1 or 2 courses around where I can see how having a pole might be a bit better for retrieving discs in the creek.

thanks.

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Walmart or Sports Authority...15 -20 dollars for an 18 foot retractable ball retriever....remove the end and fit a lag hook into it.
I use a hiking stick that is expandable.
You want to carry a pole around with you during golf? Stick to the fairways. Poles are for dancers. ; )

I saw people in FLA. carrying around poles to retrieve. Personally I think they make you look like a barney.
"Poles are for Dancers" lmao
throw the Dragon ...... always floats ....... always blows back to shore
Thanks.
But throwing a dragon is proboly why you were in the water in the first place! lol
u never know which way it may go
shock corded tent pole from a worn out tent. I keep one in my car and it doesn't take up hardly any room
I know what a tent pole is, but what is a "shock corded" tent pole, Big Daddy?
The fiber glass poles are attached with an elastic cord...Dome style tent poles.

good idea...but the golf ball retrievers are longer.....the one they sell at wally world is 18'
...doubt you'll find that length without adding more sections to the corded tent pole deal....Hmmmmmm!!!

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